Customer Notice: COVID-19

City of Derry Airport at all times holds the well-being, safety and security of our passengers and staff as the number one priority.

As we all face the difficult challenge of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, be rest assured that our airport is following the very latest Public Health Guidelines.

City of Derry Airport has adopted several additional measures to protect anyone passing through our facility via the provision of increased frequency of preventive cleaning on all contact surfaces, the minimisation of contact between staff members and additional considerations have been made for staff identified in a higher risk category. This ensures a safe journey for all through the airport and assures you of our commitment to your well-being, safety and security.

Our thoughts are with those who have been affected by this unprecedented event and we send our sincere appreciation to the healthcare workers and government bodies working on the front line while we also do our upmost to ensure safe passage through our airport.

We appreciate that travel may not be your first thought at this time but we would like to reiterate that the safety of our passengers and staff is our number one priority and we thank you kindly for your continued support.

Steve Frazer
Airport Manager

For all the latest updates in Northern Ireland, visit the NI Direct website: nidirect.gov.uk/coronavirus

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Welcome to City of Derry Airport

City of Derry Airport provides direct flights to London, ManchesterGlasgow, Edinburgh and Liverpool, as well as interline connections to the UAE, Australia and America via Manchester and Glasgow.

City of Derry Airport is conveniently located seven miles northeast of Derry/Londonderry and serves as the main gateway for the entire North West of Ireland. The airport is situated a short drive from renowned World Heritage sites such as the beautiful Causeway Coastal Route across the north coast of Ireland and the Giant’s Causeway, as well as being located a few miles from County Donegal, an area of renowned outstanding natural beauty and the starting point to the famous Wild Atlantic Way touring route along the west coast of Ireland.