A Review of Bristol Airport

The fifth-largest commercial airfield in the United Kingdom, Bristol Airport (BRS) serves the city as well as southwest England. With one runway, the airport handles an estimated 6.7 million passengers per year. Located approximately 13 kilometers south of Bristol City Centre, the airport does not operate any jetways. Aircraft are parked on the apron. Passengers walk to and from their airplanes, or they are ferried by a shuttle bus. Bristol is served by several low-cost carriers, including easyJet, Flybe, Ryanair and Thomas Cook Airlines. Passengers can travel to popular destinations throughout Europe like Amsterdam, Barcelona and Paris as well as Corfu, Grand Canaria and Tenerife.

A320 Vueling taxis to terminal

Shopping and Dining at the Airport

The terminal features a wide assortment of wonderful shops, restaurants and other amenities. Retailers offer a variety of products like health and beauty items, fashion accessories and the latest electronics. You can also pickup last-minute essentials, the latest news and bestselling books to make your trip more pleasant. The duty free shop features fragrances, cosmetics and spirits. Take advantage of the buy and collect on return service, which eliminates the hassle and additional fees of carrying excess baggage. While waiting for your flight, enjoy coffee and a snack, fast food, a full meal or a quick drink in the airport’s cafes, bistros and bars.

In-Terminal Amenities

Other on-site amenities include baggage wrapping, porter and trolley services as well as a luggage weighing station to help ensure that your bags are within your weight allowance. Family-friendly facilities include a play area and diaper-changing stations throughout the terminal. Passengers can book space in the airport’s executive lounge, which has shower facilities and complimentary meals. You can stay connected with friends or the office with up to 60 minutes of complimentary Wi-Fi service.

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Traveling To and From the Airport

Situated on the A38, Bristol Airport can be reached by car from the M5 by using Junction 18 when approaching from the north and Junction 22 when traveling from the south. The Bristol Airport Flyer bus service connects the Bristol Bus Station and Bristol Temple Meads railway station with the airport. The best and most convenient way to avoid airport traffic and high parking fees is to hire an airport taxi for travel to and from the facility. In addition to being dropped off in front of the terminal on departure, a taxi enables you to grab your bag after a long flight and relax without the stress of finding your car and driving home.

 

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