Bristol Airport Arrivals (BRS)

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Flight Arrivals at Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport serves the city of Bristol and the region of North Somerset as well as Devon and the former county of Avon. Many residents of South Wales prefer using the airport of Bristol to their own at Cardiff. The airport is just an 8 mile distance from central Bristol and links via motorways to the north and south of the country.

Last year Bristol's gateway handled more than 8.1 million passengers. The passenger terminal is relatively new, having been built in spring 1999 and inaugurated in March 2000. Bristol arrivals do not leave their aircraft via jet ways, but either walk across to their arrivals zones or are taken there by buses, however, the aim is to do away with this type of boarding and a 450 meter long walkway is already in existence that allows passengers direct access from the terminal to 8 pre-boarding zones.

Arrivals at Bristol Airport have onward travel destinations at their disposal which cover Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in France, Innsbruck and Vienna in Austria, Brussels in Belgium and Zurich in Switzerland among many others. In the UK there are city destinations like Glasgow, Edinburgh and Leeds-Bradford or the Channel Islands like Jersey and Guernsey for example.

The airport has good transport links with the rest of the country offering motorway links and car rental, trains, taxis, coaches and buses like the Airport Flyer Express link.

There are several car rental providers with rental stations at the airport and with so much to see in Devon and Cornwall, Somerset and South Wales, hiring a car from suppliers like Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar and Hertz is a convenient and cost effective way of getting about. City destinations like Bristol and Bath, Weston-Super-Mare, Cardiff, Newport and Swansea can easily be visited by public transport, using trains and National Express coach travel, but the beautiful beaches in South Wales, Cornwall and Devon or the wonderful rural landscapes of Somerset are best explored by car.

Bristol Airport arrivals wishing to travel via the main train station in the city should board the Airport Flyer Express, which leaves every 10 minutes throughout the day for Bristol Temple Mead railway station. The Airport Flyer Express also takes passengers to the main bus terminal in Bristol city center, which offers onward coach travel to the rest of the country as well as city buses covering Bristol.

At Bristol Temple Mead train station passengers can board trains to the wonderful Roman city Bath, to London and Cheltenham, to Cardiff, and Swansea in South Wales and to Swindon and surfer paradise Newquay in Cornwall.

Arrivals with a wish to explore Cornwall and Devon should enquire at National Express for the best coach trip options. National Express also go to Wiltshire and Bath Spa, where the Roman Baths are just one of many historic treasures. From the main bus terminal Bristol Airport arrivals can also catch bus connections to Weston-Super-Mare via operator Wessex Connect.

Taxi travel is strictly regulated and the official airport taxi operator is Checker Cars, a dedicated airport taxi service offering a fleet of cars at the taxi rank outside the passenger terminal.

Arrivals wishing to take a taxi must book their journey at the booking desk, where they will receive a fixed price and will be allocated an available taxi. Passengers can make a payment by debit or credit card directly at the booking desk or pay cash to the driver when they reach their final destination.

Most of the airport's shops, coffee shops, snack bars and restaurants can be found after passengers have passed through the security control area, however, at Cafe Ritazza, Soho Coffee Company and Subway it is possible to get a hot or cold drink and a snack upon arrival. Beyond the security control there are Bar Zero, Dexter's, Soho Coffee Company, Starbucks, Burger King and the Wine Deli for refreshments and dining.

Travelex provides currency exchange facilities and there are six ATM's for cash withdrawals in the departure area of the terminal, too. These cash machines dispense Pounds Sterling and Euros.

Arrivals who travel with a lot of luggage can get trolleys from a self-service vending machine. The cost is £2.00 or EUR 2.00 per trolley. There are ten different trolley stations at the airport, but it is also possible to book a porter service for the minimum charge of £16.

Families with young children have separate baby changing facilities as well as additional facilities in the ladies toilets at their disposal. At the Superdrug shop, which is located beyond the security control area, passengers can avail themselves of a pre-order service for baby food, milk and nappies.

For more information about Bristol arrivals, please visit the official website at www.bristolairport.co.uk.

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