Late Deals From Bournemouth
Bournemouth Airport serves around 600,000 passengers every year. The airport continues to grow and now offers flights to 36 destinations.
Bournemouth Airport originally opened as a RAF Hum in 1941 and still gets referred to as Hum Airport. In 1948 Bournemouth airport became the main terminal for international flights until Heathrow opened in 1949. With the increase of low cost flights Bournemouth Airport is going through a very success period.
Bournemouth Airport is well-connected, with excellent road links that put the airport within a few hour’s drive for millions of people. The airport can be easily reached by the M25 and the A338 where the airport is signposted. For rail access to Bournemouth Airport use Bournemouth Station located at the Travel Interchange. It’s also very easy to access the airport by bus, Bournemouth Airport Shuttle runs between Bournemouth town centre and the airport once an hour.