Belfast International Airport

Since it was reopened as a civil airport in 1963 Belfast International has evolved to become Northern Ireland's busiest airport, and the second busiest in Ireland. In the last five decades passenger numbers have been steadily increasing and now stand at over 5m, departing to and arriving from

key holiday destinations in the UK, Europe, and America. In 2010 the airport's terminal infrastructure was completed, including a new circulation core, preparing the airport for more growth in the future.

Prior to the major improvements made to the airport in 2010 Belfast International turned to Rezcomm to set up a system that would support its travel service throughout the changes it was undergoing and beyond. Rezcomm began working with the airport in 2008 to enable customers to book their flights through its website. With the addition of new routes it was essential that flights to existing destinations could be easily booked while promoting the new ones that were becoming available. In addition to this Belfast International required functionality on its homepage that would allow passengers both arriving and departing to hire a car before they arrived at their destination. Implementation of this was one of the key benefits that Rezcomm delivered and one that will continue to benefit its passengers for years to come.