UK Airports

These are the most used airports in the UK, every year over 200 million passengers arrive at or depart from these airports to travel to places near and far, worldwide.

You can make a car hire booking directly at any of the airports listed below, you’ll also find some other details on the following pages about the airport facilities at each location, which gives information about airport lounges, shopping facilities, restaurants and the length of time you get for free Wi-Fi access.

1. Heathrow Airport (LHR)
2. Gatwick Airport (LGW)
3. Manchester Airport (MAN)
4. Stansted Airport (STN)
5. Luton Airport (LTN)
6. Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
7. Birmingham Airport (BHX)
8. Glasgow Airport (GLA)
9. Bristol Airport (BRS)
10. Newcastle Airport (NCL)

These are other UK airports for domestic, European and international flights, and whilst some of those listed may be smaller than well known airports, their flight facilities and services are good, and they offer the traveller an alternative away from bigger and busier airports, and they all have good travel and motorway links to other destinations.

Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)
Belfast City (George Best) Airport (BHD)
Belfast International Airport (BFS)
Blackpool Airport (BLK)
Bournemouth Airport (BOH)
Cardiff Airport (CWL)
Derry Airport (LDY)
Doncaster Sheffield (Robin Hood) Airport (DSA)
Durham Tees Valley Airport (MME)
East Midlands Airport (EMA)
Exeter Airport (EXT)
Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK)
Guernsey Airport (GCI)
Humberside Airport (HUY)
Inverness Airport (INV)
Isle of Man (Ronaldsway) Airport (IOM)
Jersey Airport (JER)
Leeds Airport (LBA)
Liverpool (John Lennon) Airport (LPL)
London City Airport (LCY)
Newquay Airport (NQY)
Norwich Airport (NWI)
Southampton Airport (SOU)
Southend Airport (SEN)