Bristol Airport (BRS)
Bristol International Airport (BRS) is a private limited company, owned by Macquarie Airports under the holding company, South West Airports Limited (SWAL). Perhaps this is unsurprising given its origins, in 1927, as a club for flying enthusiasts. Today, Bristol International Airport handles over 6 million passengers a year. It is expected to handle around 12 million by 2030.
Despite its relatively pared down comforts as an international airport, Bristol International Airport has regularly featured highly on travellers' message boards. “A much more pleasant experience than LHR or LGW, and would definitely do it again..” and “peaceful civilised experience..” are two of many favourable comments on using this airport.
Bristol International Airport is located about eight miles south of the city centre on the A38, Taunton road. However, most travellers find just turning up at the airport is expensive, so let APH find a lower cost alternative for you. By pre-booking your parking with us you could make quite substantial savings.
For long term holiday parking APH offer Bristol Silver Zone which is just minutes from the airport. For shorter trips away book Bristol Long Stay parking or Premier Parking. Bristol Airport also has a Meet & Greet service available, for those who want the ultimate in convenient parking.
Bristol is home to stunning architecture and many lively festivals. Its rich past takes in pirates and haunted houses as well as aviation history: Concorde was built and tested in nearby Filton. Why not stay in one of Bristol's wide range of hotels and discover its delights?
To avoid peak traffic crowds, let APH reserve a place for you in the Servisair Lounge. Facilities include TV, telephones, fax and email, with complimentary newspapers, magazines, bar and snacks.
Bristol International Airport
Airport Code: BRS
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