Late Deals From Bristol
With a slogan ‘Amazing journeys start here’ Bristol Airport handles over 6 million passengers each year making this airport the ninth busiest airport in the UK.
Bristol Airport opened in 1930 and at the time it became the third civil airport in the United Kingdom. In 1955 it was bought by the Bristol Corporation and was renamed Bristol Lulsgate. In the 1960’s the airport had a nip and tuck, which saw a new control tower built and the runway lengthened. In the eighties further work was carried out and the airport grew. From 1997 to 2010 the airport was known as Bristol International Airport and from March 2010 the airport was rebranded as Bristol Airport.
Bristol Airport is located approximately 8 miles south of Bristol city centre with access north or south via the M5 and east to west via the M4. National Express operates coaches from the South West and South Wales into Bristol Bus Station where you can connect with the Bristol Airport Flyer. Trains will run to the nearest train station which is Bristol Temple Meads, here you can connect to the terminal with the Bristol Airport Flyer.