City of Derry Airport
The City of Derry Airport is an airport located 7 mi northeast of Derry, Northern Ireland. It is located on the south bank of Lough Foyle, 8 miles from the city center, and the Airport code is LDY. The airport has its origins in World War II. In 1941 RAF Eglinton. On March 1994; the name of the airport was officially changed from Londonderry Eglinton to the City of Derry Airport by Derry City Council. Airlines that operate out of the Airport include Ryanair and Thomson Airways, etc. These airlines operate flights to Faro, Lanzarote, Spain and other destined places.
The airport has car parks, building terminal, and Halls. Scottish products were also available including Tunnock’s Milk Chocolate, Walkers shortbread and etc. Smoking is not permitted within the terminal.
The runways at the Airport can handle most commercial airlines; check- in desks and lounges and other facilities are also available in the airport.
Passengers can travel to Taxi, car rentals and Bus or Rail services. Taxis wait right outside the terminal; its price approximate range of £10; while car rentals cost £3 per hour. Bus and Rail are available for request. Please make sure that you book your airport taxi in advance – these are always of the highest demands, taxi drivers never pick up passengers without valid bookings confirmations.