Bristol Airport (IATA code: BRS, ICAO code: EGGD) is located at Lulsgate Bottom, North Somerset. This commercial airport serves the city and surrounding areas. It is situated 7 nautical Miles (13km, 8.1 mi) southwest Bristol city center. It was built on the site of a former RAF aircraftfield and opened in 1957 as Bristol Airport (Lulsgate), replacing Bristol Airport. From 1997 to 2010, the airport was called Bristol International Airport. A majority stake in the airport was transferred to FirstGroup. The airport was then sold to a joint venture by Macquarie Bank, among others, in 2001. In September 2014, Ontario Teachers’ Retirement Plan acquired Macquarie to be the sole owner.
Bristol Intl. Airport is the only one that can serve it. Airport (BRS).
If you’re staying in central Bristol, it’s wise to organise how you’ll get into the city before you arrive. The downtown area is approximately 11 kilometres from Bristol Airport.
There are two major airports connecting Bristol with the rest of Europe. Bristol Airport is located approximately 11 kilometres from central London, while CWL is approximately 56 kilometres. You'll be better able to choose where to go once you've checked prices and determined where your accommodation is.
Bristol is served by 14 airlines from over 90 airports worldwide.
Ryanair and EasyJet fly the most to Bristol. Can Pastilla hosts the largest number of flights, with Ryanair providing the most services.
There are 540 direct flights every week so you will be landing in Bristol before it is time for you to ask, "Are you there yet?"
High demand is for flights to Bristol from Can Pastilla, Son Baulo and Dublin airports.
Which airport you fly from will determine how much entertainment you get in your flight. Average flight time between Dublin and Bristol is 1 hour. It usually takes 2 hours and 24-minutes to get from Can Pastilla to Son Baulo.
You can save money on your holiday to Bristol by listening! Don't wait until the last minute to book your trip, says any experienced traveler. Prices rise most often just before the departure date. Look online for other options and compare them. Flying into one of the airports closest to your destination may offer you a better deal. Last but not least, remember that the early bird gets the worm. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the cost of airfares and keep your credit card handy in case you see a great deal. The best deals are rarely available for long.
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