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Over 90,000 passengers are expected to use Bristol Airport over the Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 24 May – Monday 27 May inclusive).
The number of routes served by bmi regional from Bristol has swelled to six, just months after the launch of the airline’s inaugural flight from the Airport.
Bristol Airport is teaming up with Destination Bristol and Bath Tourism Plus to promote the region’s attractions to airlines at the Routes Europe event in Budapest next week (12-14 May).
On Tuesday 30 April 2013, Ryanair commenced a new route to Szczecin in Poland from Bristol Airport. Passengers on the first flight were welcomed at check-in with an eye-catching word search board linking Bristol Airport, Ryanair and Szczecin.
More passengers fly from Bristol to Scotland than from any other UK airport outside London, according to Civil Aviation Authority data*.
A fund set up to benefit the local community around Bristol Airport has donated over £88,900 to a variety of projects and initiatives, in its first 12 months.
Bristol Airport has demonstrated its commitment to welcoming visitors to the South West and Wales by becoming the first Airport in Britain to gain WorldHost Recognised Business status.
Frankfurt becomes the latest German city on Bristol Airport’s destination map today (2 April 2013) when bmi regional commences a new six-times a week service to the city.
Robert Sinclair, Chief Executive Officer at Bristol Airport, said: “We welcome the First Minister’s confirmation today that Cardiff Airport will be managed at arm’s length and on a commercial basis...
Robert Sinclair, Chief Executive Officer at Bristol Airport, said: “As the leading airport serving South West England and South Wales, Bristol Airport already handles nearly six million passengers a year travelling to more than 100 direct destinations...
Bristol Airport has welcomed the long-awaited publication of the Government’s Aviation Policy Framework but expressed disappointment that it does not provide clearer and more tangible support for airports to deliver growth and investment, particularly in the regions.
The organisation behind one of Bristol’s oldest twinning links has welcomed the impact a new flight from the region’s airport will have on its activities.
A new bus service between Bristol Airport and Bath has been welcomed by the organisation representing businesses in the city.
bmi regional, the UK’s most punctual airline, today announced the launch of three new European routes from Bristol Airport. The airline is continuing to expand its European network, with the launch of flights from Bristol to Munich, Milan and Hannover.
Inaugural flight marks airline’s continued network expansion into mainland Europe. bmi regional, the UK’s most punctual airline, will today (Monday, February 11th) welcome a delegation of business leaders from across South West and South Wales on the inaugural flight of the new Bristol to Hamburg route.
Bristol Airport has got 2013 off to a flying start for a local charity by announcing that over the last year it has raised £20,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Bristol Airport’s link with award winning European hub, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is set to be strengthened this spring when Dutch airline, KLM, introduces additional capacity on its four-times daily service between Bristol and Amsterdam Schiphol.
Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport have risen for the third successive year. The number of people passing through the terminal was up 2.8 per cent compared to the previous year, making Bristol the only airport in the UK’s top ten to see growth each year since the end of 2009.*
Greyhound coach services, which currently operate between Swansea and Cardiff, are to be extended from 11 March to provide a direct luxury coach service to and from Swansea, Cardiff, Newport and Bristol Airport.
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