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Bristol Airport has welcomed the opportunity to present further evidence on the detrimental effects of devolving Air Passenger Duty (APD) as part of a review of potential options to mitigate the impact on regional airports.
Bristol Airport is welcoming the introduction of a new National Express service.
A fund set up to benefit the community around Bristol Airport has donated over £258,000 to 66 local projects since it was established three years ago.
bmi regional is launching three new routes to Paris, Düsseldorf and Nantes, bringing the number of routes served by bmi regional from Bristol to eight, alongside Aberdeen, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Milan.
Highway improvement works are due to start next week near Bristol Airport. The £1.1m works are being funded by the airport as part of a planning agreement with North Somerset Council.
Aviation Minister, Robert Goodwill MP, visited Bristol Airport today (Thursday 12 February) to view the latest developments to the terminal, including construction of an £8.6m eastern terminal extension set for completion this summer.
Passengers flying into Bristol Airport during Winter’s darker evenings, may notice new signage on the façade of the building. Bristol Airport’s logo has been created into a new energy efficient sign and provides a shining welcome to passengers.
Hilton Worldwide has reached an agreement with modular building provider CIMC to develop the first hotel at Bristol Airport under its economy Hampton by Hilton brand.
A total of 6.3 million passengers used Bristol Airport last year, surpassing the previous annual record set in 2008. This represents a 3.45 per cent increase year on year, and a fifth consecutive year of growth for the South West’s largest airport.
Bristol Airport has topped flight punctuality league tables published today (6 January), with an on-time performance rating of 94.4 per cent making it the world’s best.
Bristol Airport has taken delivery of a new electric vehicle for use by its in-house Information Technology (IT) team. The Nissan e-NV200 is the first 100 per cent electric powered vehicle on the 176 hectare site, and has been purchased with support from TravelWest.
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