Getting Here...It is easy and convenient to travel to and from Northern Ireland. There are direct flights from many European cities. All three Northern Ireland airports are linked with Derry-Londonderry with comprehensive direct coach connections.
There are 3 airports that serve most major UK cities. Belfast is served by 2 airports, Belfast International and Belfast City (George Best) airport and Derry~Londonderry is served by City of Derry Airport.
Flights are also available to Dublin direct from most major cities Europe and the US, through New York, London or Dubai, and almost any other city in the world. You may find Skyscanner a great help for finding the best routes at the best prices. Hipmunk also offer some fantastic options for finding great flights.
Travelling to Derry-Londonderry by car takes around one and a half hour from Belfast and around three hours from Dublin. A car hire service is available at all airports.
|By Bus: Airporter Bus|
|There will be an Airporter direct coach service available to and from the three Northern Ireland Airports to Derry-Londonderry. You can book online at www.airporter.co.uk/ebn and use the unique delegate code EBN2013 to get a 25% online discount. You’ll find the Airporter bus stop just outside the doors of the Belfast City Airport (BHD) and the Belfast International Airport (BFS) at a clearly marked bus stop.
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Derry-Londonderry is served by a rail connection to Belfast via the scenic north coast route.
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Delegates should note that Northern Ireland, where the conference is located, is part of the United Kingdom and uses the Sterling (UK pound) currency.
The Republic of Ireland uses the Euro currency.