Bristol Airport caters for approaching 7 million passengers each year. It’s the ideal destination if you’re planning on visiting anywhere in the West Country, which has so many places of outstanding natural beauty all the way down to the furthest parts of Devon and Cornwall. Bristol is also near the border with Wales, and there are good travel and road networks all around, making travel easy.
Bristol Airport Car Hire
By using the booking form below, you can get a free quote or book your car directly with any of the car hire suppliers that service this airport. It’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Bristol Airport car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and many more.
Travel Distances From Bristol
Bristol to Cardiff, Wales Via M4 – 47 miles
Bristol to Newport, Wales Via M4 – 34 miles
Bristol to Bath Via A368 – 20 miles
Bristol to Gloucester Via M5 – 49 miles
Bristol to Exeter Via M5 – 68 miles
Bristol to Swindon Via M4 – 47 miles
Bristol to Salisbury Via A36 – 59 miles
Bristol to Southampton Via A36 – 82 miles
Bristol to Torquay Via M5 – 87 miles
Bristol to Truro Via M5 and A30 – 156 miles
Bristol Airport has a good range of facilities for the traveller, there’s plenty to do to while away the time before your flight.
Internet & Wi-Fi Access
Bristol Airport provides you with 1/2 an hour of free Wi-Fi access, you then have to pay if you want further access. To connect, simply pick BRS Airport Wi-Fi from your list of available networks and connect. The airport also has internet desks available for getting online, these are located both before and after going through security.
Bristol Airport has a nice range of food outlets where you can eat, if you’re after something quick, pop in to Burger King, and if you have children with you, I’m sure they’ll be very thankful. If you fancy something a little more upmarket than a burger, try the Brunel Bar and Kitchen, they have a great menu offering a wide selection of meals and they also have a menu especially for children. There are numerous places like Costa Coffee where you can get a nice selection of cappuccino’s and espresso’s, along with sandwiches and snacks.
Bristol Airport has the Aspire Lounge for you to relax in, or perhaps you need some quiet time to catch up on some work before a meeting. The Lounge is located in the departures area after you’ve gone through security. It’s suitable for both business and pleasure travellers and included in your booking are TV, free Wi-Fi, snacks and drinks, you have use of the Lounge for up to a maximum of 3 hours before your flight.
You have all the usual stores at Bristol Airport, you can pick up a new camera or tablet at Dixons Travel. Go to Accessorize and get your bags, shoes, jewellery and beachwear. Pop in to JD Sports to find something sporty and casual to wear on your holiday, or there’s Superdrug for all your last minute sun creams, sunglasses and mosquito repellent, and WH Smith for magazines, newspapers, books, sweets and snacks. There are ATMs for your convenience in the airport.