Bristol Airport language microsites
Please choose your language:
Plus flight & shopping deals?
Bristol Airport is preparing for a busy week in the run up to Christmas, with up to 100,000 passengers expected to pass through terminal in the week leading up to the big day (18-24 December).
A new initiative designed to reward Bristol Airport staff who go ‘the extra mile’ has been launched.
Helvetic Airways has announced it will launch a new route between Bristol and Zurich from 5 December 2011.
Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport topped 610,000 last month, the busiest September on record.
Leading regional airline offers choice of three summer routes with up to 40 flights a week including the return of popular daily service to Belfast City.
Over 600,000 passengers have used Bristol Airport’s Flyer bus in the last year – the highest ever number of public transport journeys to and from the Airport in a rolling twelve month period.
Over 150 international students will arrive at Bristol Airport over the weekend (Friday 30 September until Sunday 2 October) before commencing courses at the University of Bristol.
easyJet, the largest operator at Bristol Airport, has today launched a new service from Bristol to Naples bringing its total number of destinations accessible from the South West to 43.
A team from Bristol Airport will be climbing Snowdon on Saturday 24 September 2011 to help raise funds for the Airport’s nominated charity, Springboard Opportunity Group.
Eastern Airways is introducing even greater choice of services to benefit business and leisure travellers with more flights from Bristol Airport to Aberdeen and Leeds Bradford.
Bristol Airport has been nominated for one of the travel industry’s most prestigious awards for the second year running.
Travellers heading off on their summer holidays are being encouraged to sign up to Bristol Airport’s new look Rewards programme to make savings on their trip.
Bristol Airport, Flybe and Causeway Coast and Glens recently hosted a visit to Belfast City to showcase Belfast and the surrounding area to some of Bristol, Bath and the south west regional travel agents.
Leading queue management and digital signage solutions provider, Tensator, has deployed three of its next-generation Virtual Assistants at Bristol Airport.
Ryanair celebrated a significant landmark for links between Poland and the South West today (21 July) as the airline carried the 500,000th passenger on its Polish routes from Bristol Airport.
You can now keep up to date with news and information from Bristol Airport by following us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/officialbrs.
Research carried out by YouGov on behalf of Bristol Airport has revealed that more British holidaymakers missed their own bed..
A team of volunteers from across Bristol Airport will help get the summer off to a flying start for holiday-makers tomorrow (15th July).
easyJet is set to enjoy an ‘Indian summer’ at Bristol Airport by putting an additional 10,000 seats on sale in September.
Bristol Airport has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard after taking action to measure, manage and reduce its carbon emissions by nearly 4 per cent.
Bristol Airport is preparing for an influx of passengers en route to the Glastonbury Festival this week (22-26 June).
Britain is a nation of worriers, even when we are relaxing on our holidays, according to research carried out by YouGov for Bristol Airport.
Ryanair, the world’s favourite airline, today (2 June) welcomed its 260 millionth passenger on its flights to/from the UK.
Bristol Airport has marked the 75th anniversary of Aer Lingus today (27 May) by presenting the Irish airline with a commemorative Bristol blue glass gift.
Bristol Airport is reminding travellers to allow enough time to check in and get through security this summer.
Channel Islands based airline, Blue Islands, launched a new service between Bristol and Jersey today (23 May).
Bristol Airport is confident that new destinations are in the pipeline following its successful attendance at Routes Europe (8-10 May).
Blue Islands airline today announced the launch of a twice-daily morning and evening service between Bristol and Jersey starting on Monday 23rd May.
Bristol business and tourism received a welcome boost today as the first Aer Lingus Regional flight to Dublin, operated by Aer Arann, took to the skies from Bristol airport.
Ryanair reached a major landmark today (Monday 14 March 2011) when the airline carried its six millionth passenger from Bristol Airport.
Bristol Airport has joined forces with the leading names in the UK travel and tourism industry in a campaign calling for a fair tax on flying.
A delegation from Bristol showcased the city at a major American travel exhibition last month.
Motorists are being warned to add some extra time to their journeys to Bristol Airport as the investment in roads continues in North Somerset.
Holiday giant Thomson has announced that flights to West African hotspot, Cape Verde, will be available next winter from Bristol Airport.
Passengers using Flybe’s service from Bristol to Belfast City can now benefit from an even speedier journey thanks to a joint promotion between the airline and the South West’s largest airport.
A display featuring archive film and photos of Bristol Airport dating back as far as its opening in 1930 has been unveiled.
easyJet, Europe’s leading low-fares airline, today announced that it is launching its 2011 recruitment drive and is seeking an additional 65 new staff to support easyJet’s ongoing passenger growth at Bristol Airport.
Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport rose in 2010, with volumes up 1.8 per cent compared to 2009. Bristol was one of only two of the UK’s top 10 airports to grow in 2010.
On-site car parks given Park Mark seal of approval.
A wind turbine has been successfully installed at Bristol Airport. The vertical axis turbine is part of a pilot project to trial the use of renewable energy on the Airport site, and it began harnessing wind power earlier this month.
Local Road Works in the Bristol Area
© Copyright Bristol Airport 2015