Late Deals From Exeter
This airport sees around 700,000 passengers pass through its doors each year. Thanks to its location and good connections from the M5, Exeter Airport is a good alternative to Bristol.
The airfield had originated as a grass field for club flying before being constructed in 1937 and formally opened on 30 July 1938 as Exeter Airport at a cost of about £20,000. During World War ll Exeter Airport was used to to fly ‘Hurricanes’ to defend the south west coast. Over time this airport has seen steady growth and expansion and seen popularity soar.
Exeter Airport is located just 4 miles east of the city of Exeter with easy access from Junction 29 on the M5. A regular bus service runs from Exeter city centre. There is no railway station at the airport and the nearest train stations are Pinhoe and Exeter St Davids train stations. A bus link runs from here and takes you to the airport.