Belfast Cosmo Parking

This off-site car park is conveniently situated opposite the airport meaning that transfers on the courtesy shuttle take only 2 minutes. Transfers run on demand. The car park benefits from security fencing, CCTV and patrols. Keys should be left with the operator. If your car won’t start after your trip you can expect a free jump-start from the car park operator who also sells petrol and oil at cost. A full valet service can be booked. The car park is shut on Christmas Day.



From the East: Take the A57 west towards the airport. At the Killead roundabout head straight over and continue towards the airport. Drive past the airport entrance. Cosmo is located 150 metres further along on the right-hand side.

From the North or South: Take the A26 until the Killead roundabout, take the exit sign-posted for the airport onto the A57. Drive past the airport entrance. Cosmo is located 150 metres further along on the right hand side.

From Antrim and the North: Cosmo is siutated on the left-hand side opposite the airport exit.

On arrival at the car park, customers should check-in at the car park reception. Transfers to and from the airport operate on a request basis by courtesy bus taking just 2 minutes. For a transfer from the airport, you should call the freephone number given to you by Cosmo on arrival. A shuttle bus will then pick you up outside the terminal. On return to the car park, go to reception to collect your car keys. Your car will be ready for collection outside reception.

Car Park Contact Tel: 02894 422 777.


Arrival procedure

On arrival at Cosmo parking Belfast airport, you should park outside the reception and check-in at the desk. Hand in your printed booking confirmation (or quote your booking reference) and your car keys. There's no need to park your car as it will be parked for you whilst you are transferred to the airport.


Departure procedure

To arrange your transfer back from Belfast airport, simply call the freephone number provided on your arrival and you will be told where to wait for collection. When you arrive at Cosmo Parking simply head to reception and collect your keys, your car will be waiting in the reception area on your return.



Security features at Belfast Cosmo car park include CCTV, regular site patrols and perimeter fencing.



Cosmo Parking indemnifies customers for damage resulting from any proven act of negligence on part of its servants/agents. Parking is at owner's own risk.




Disabled facilities

Full valeting service. Value petrol and oils are available at cost. There is also a free jump start service.


Additional information

Please be aware that to use Cosmo Parking all customers must be flying from Belfast International Airport. No arrivals or departures can be booked for Christmas Day as the car park is closed and will open again at 08:00 hours on 26 December.

If your actual stay is longer than your booked stay, you will be charged extra upon your departure at the car park's standard daily rate. No refund will be issued for part used stays and any additional time will be charged at the local gate rate.

Lorries, vans and trailers are not permitted.


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Belfast Cosmo Parking
181 Airport Road
Belfast International Airport
BT29 4DW

Distance to airport

Cosmo is conveniently located opposite the airport and takes just 2-3 minutes to transfer to the terminal.

Transfers from airport

Regular free transfers run on request to and from the airport 24-hours a day. Transfers take just two minutes.

Belfast Cosmo Parking reviews

Our average review score for Belfast Cosmo Parking is 4.7 from 98 reviews.

"Great service Cosmos thank you"

March 7, 2017

"Cosmo has always been a very courteous and reliable firm and the perfect place to leave a car whilst on holiday,
Very quick to deliver to and collect from the airport terminal."

March 6, 2017

"Service was perfect no problems whatsoever. Will certainly be availing of this service again ????"

January 5, 2017


December 21, 2016

"Excellent service and polite..."

December 9, 2016