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Travelling to BPAS

Information on travelling to BPAS from Irish airports

It is best to wait 24 hours before travelling home after your treatment. If you must travel just make sure you know how to access emergency services at your destination in case of a complication. Please be aware if you are having the abortion pill up to 10 weeks and choose to travel soon after taking the second medication (misoprostol) that you may start to have cramps and bleed heavily whilst travelling.

Please book your BPAS appointment before you book your flights. If you have booked for consulation and treatment on the same day, you should expect to remain at the clinic all day (possibly well into late evening). Please allow plenty of time to travel to the airport or ferry after your treatment. 

We can give you advice on where to stay, just ask when you call us.

If you are experiencing financial hardship, you may wish to contact The Abortion Support Network (ASN) before you book your flights and treatment.

Travel to BPAS from Northern Ireland

Click here for information on flying from Belfast International and Belfast City Airports

Travel to BPAS from the Republic of Ireland

Click here for information on flying from Dublin Airport

Click here for information on flying from Cork Airport

Click here for information on flying from Knock Airport

Click here for information on flying from Shannon Airport to BPAS