J3372 : flybe advertisement, Belfast (November 2015)

taken 4 years ago, near to Beal Feirste, Belfast County Borough, Shankill, Windsor and Stranmillis, Northern Ireland

flybe advertisement, Belfast (November 2015)
flybe advertisement, Belfast (November 2015)
flybe advertising on this “Street Talk” telephone at Elmwood Avenue J3372 : Telephone boxes, Belfast (13). The airline is expanding many services in the 2016 timetable. The City Airport website records “Flybe, the largest operator at George Best Belfast City Airport, has today (10th November 2015) put on sale its 2016 Summer Schedule featuring 15 routes with a choice of up to 622 flights a week to an extensive range of UK destinations. Increased frequency is a highlight of the newly expanded schedule with up to 5 daily flights to Liverpool, 6 flights per day to Edinburgh and Glasgow, a new daily service to Inverness, and the city of Aberdeen served by 2 flights each day. Flybe’s 2016 Summer schedule also features the return of weekly holiday flights to Newquay”.
Aircraft etc photographs, Belfast City Airport :: J3775
Originally opened in 1937 when it was built as part of the Short Brothers and Harland Limited aircraft factory. The present airport opened to scheduled passenger flights in 1983 as Belfast Harbour Airport. The terminal buildings were temporary ones – later extended and improved. The present terminal, close to the Sydenham bypass, opened in 2001.

Aer Lingus operates to London Heathrow.
British Airways to London Heathrow.
Flybe to Aberdeen, Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter and Newquay, Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, London City, Manchester, Doncaster/Sheffield and Southampton.
KLM to Amsterdam.
Loganair to Carlisle.

The airport is also used by a variety of operators for business and medical flights.

This link is to the official City Airport website LinkExternal link.

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The photographs submitted by me appear as a matter of neutral record only. I appreciate that many find the airport’s presence unacceptable. I have no connection with the airport or any group opposed to it.

I cannot enter into correspondence or supply photographs for any purpose.
Telephone boxes, Northern Ireland
A series of photographs showing some of the public telephone boxes in Northern Ireland. With the widespread ownership of mobiles the use of the public phone had declined. I have a notion that they will become like railways – still some left but most closed.

Note added 16 February 2019 - some BT boxes will be replaced by InLink kiosks.
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Sunday, 22 November, 2015   (more nearby)
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Sunday, 22 November, 2015
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Business, Retail, Services  Air transport 
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Belfast 
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Advertisement 
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Irish: geotagged! J 334 726 [100m precision]
WGS84: 54:35.0592N 5:56.2152W
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Irish: geotagged! J 334 726
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