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Bristol Airport Information
Bristol Airport - serving the south-west
Bristol airport is a busy travel hub serving the south-west and it offers flights to destinations such as the Greek Islands, Mexico, Finland, the Channel Islands, Italy and the USA.
In the last year alone, some 773,704 passengers passed through its doors to depart or arrive on a business or leisure trip.
Where is Bristol Airport?
Accessible from the north and south via the M5 and the south and south Wales on the M4, Bristol Airport is situated just eight miles outside of the city centre.
Travellers who have a long journey to or from the airport and want to avoid a last-minute rush to the travel hub can book a stay at the Bristol Town and Country Lodge hotel at Bristol Airport. The hotel can include-airport-parking and will extend your break by an extra night.
airport-car-parking at Bristol Airport
If you decide to drive to Bristol Airport then there is a range of airport car parks to choose from.
Those who choose to park in the Long Stay Car Park, Bristol Park & Fly and the Silver Zone Car Park will be able to catch a free transfer to the terminal building knowing their cars are in a safe location.
How to get to Bristol Airport
An express link coach service operates between the city centre and Bristol Airport for passengers who do not wish to drive to the travel hub. With a transfer time from Bristol Railway Station ( Temple Meads) to Bristol Airport of 30 minutes, the Airport International Flyer Express Link will connect travellers arriving by rail.
National Express also offers coach services to Bristol Bus Station which is connected to the International Flyer link.
Inside the terminal at Bristol Airport
Newly-decorated in modern, natural materials, the Servisair Executive Cabot Lounge at Bristol Airport is open to both international and domestic travellers. Available to book online through FHR, passengers will be able to benefit from complimentary snacks and drinks, newspapers, television and internet access.
Those looking to hit the shops in the terminal will be able to pick up some last-minute gifts at WorldDutyFree and travel essentials from WHSmith, Superdrug and Claire's.
Whether you want to sit down for a meal or just grab a light bite and a coffee before your flight, there are plenty of eateries to choose from at Bristol Airport.
For award-winning wine, champagne or caviar, the Seafood bar might tickle your fancy. Offering table service and a range of hot food, there is Dexters restaurant and for a meal on the go, passengers may choose to dine at the Soho Coffee Co, Burger King, Starbucks or Ritazza.
And while waiting for your flight to be called, why not take a look at some of the art and community projects on display in Bristol Airport as part of the Sense of Place initiative. These areas are designed to help travellers relax and be stimulated by their surroundings.