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As an experienced translation services company, Panorama Languages offers also in Belfast native translators of all European and Asian languages with many years of experience and guaranteed quality. Our translators in Belfast offer certified, technical, medical and legal translations into English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Croatian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Maltese, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Farsi, Dari, Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Malay, Turkish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and translation services into for many other languages. You can find our translation agency at over 100 locations, including Sheffield, Leeds, London, Leicester or Brussels.

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In close vicinity to the shipyard, East Belfast features the expansive factory halls of the aircraft manufacturer Short Brothers, established in 1909, which initially made its name producing the S.25 Sunderland flying boat used in the Second World War. From the 1960s, it specialised in producing civilian and military transport aircraft, writing aviation history with the production of the ‘Short Belfast’, the third-largest propeller-driven transport aircraft in the world. The factory was sold to the Bombardier company in 1989. In 1979 the De Lorean Motor Company (DMC) built a factory in the Belfast suburbs of Dunmurry; the company, belonging to the American sports car manufacturer John De Lorean, became insolvent in 1982. This is where the legendary De Lorean DMC-12 was produced until 1983. Belfast is also home to two television broadcasters, BBC Northern Ireland and the private broadcaster UTV; the most important newspapers are The Irish News and The Belfast Telegraph.