BBC News - Clodagh Rice

The owner of Belfast International Airport is investing £100m in a five-year expansion plan which will include a new security building and solar farm.

The plan's first phase is under way.

It includes construction of a new £25m security building with screening technology that means passengers will no longer have to remove liquids or electronics from luggage.

It is due to be up and running by June 2024.

Full Report


Not a member?
Take a look at our member benefits