Bristol Airport Departures (BRS)

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Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Faro (FAO) easyJet U27508 10:10 Cancelled
Toulouse (TLS) easyJet U22783 10:15 Scheduled
Ibiza (IBZ) easyJet U22727 10:25 Scheduled
Tenerife (TFS) Ryanair FR4753 10:25 Scheduled
Copenhagen (CPH) easyJet U22931 10:35 Scheduled
Nice (NCE) easyJet U22765 10:45 Scheduled
Rzeszow (RZE) Ryanair FR8224 11:15 Scheduled
Edinburgh (EDI) easyJet U2217 11:25 Scheduled
Glasgow (GLA) easyJet U2207 11:30 Scheduled
Pafos (PFO) Jet2 LS1869 12:00 Scheduled
Larnaca (LCA) Jet2 LS1855 12:05 Scheduled
Pafos (PFO) easyJet U22901 12:15 Scheduled
Milan (MXP) easyJet U22841 12:25 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Ryanair FR3161 12:55 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) easyJet U25526 01:05 Scheduled
Rome (FCO) easyJet U22837 01:10 Scheduled
Sharm el-Sheikh (SSH) TUI BY226 01:15 Scheduled
Dublin (DUB) Ryanair FR507 01:15 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) KLM KL1080 (3) 01:45 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) ITA Airways AZ3783 01:45 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) Kenya Airways KQ1054 01:45 Scheduled
Amsterdam (AMS) Virgin Atlantic VS6951 01:45 Scheduled
Lisbon (LIS) easyJet U22867 01:45 Scheduled
Faro (FAO) easyJet U22871 01:45 Scheduled
Dalaman (DLM) Jet2 LS1817 01:50 Scheduled
Antalya (AYT) Corendon Airlines XC3334 02:00 Scheduled

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Flight Departures at Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport handles mainly passenger and cargo air traffic for the city of Bristol and the region of North Somerset. Devon and the former county of Avon as well as South Wales also benefit from the airport.

Bristol departures have many different onward travel destinations at their disposal: several domestic destinations in the UK and Ireland are on offer, as well as flight routes for Africa, the Middle East, Asia, South and North America.

Departures at Bristol Airport include European city destinations like Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in France and Paphos in Cyprus, Innsbruck and Vienna in Austria, Zante in Greece and Faro in Portugal, Mallorca in Spain and Brussels in Belgium among many others. Domestic flight routes include Glasgow, Edinburgh and Leeds-Bradford and the Channel Islands like Jersey and Guernsey.

Bristol has great transport links with the North Somerset region and the remainder of the UK, with motorway links and car rental, trains, taxis, coaches and buses like the Airport Flyer Express link.

Departure passengers will also be able to return rental cars to several car rental providers who have car rental stations located at the airport. Well known providers like Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar and Hertz have their own dedicated parking zones to which rental cars must be returned prior to boarding the flight home.

Passengers trying to catch flights from Bristol can either use the Airport Flyer Express bus link from the main train station in the city, which leaves every 10 minutes throughout the day from Bristol Temple Mead railway station and the main bus terminal or they can arrive in an airport taxi, which is operators by Checker Cars. Within Bristol taxis ranks can be found outside the main train station, at various large international hotels and outside large shopping centers.

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. Passengers arriving by train at Bristol Temple Mead train station have direct train connections from Bath, Cardiff, Cheltenham, London, Swansea and Swindon as well as from Newquay in Cornwall. Some services operate via Bristol's other train station, Bristol Parkway.

It is also possible to arrive at Bristol's main bus terminal by National Express coaches from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Bath Spa. Passengers from Weston-Super-Mare can travel via operator Wessex Connect, who provides bus services between the popular seaside town and Bristol.

The majority of retail outlets, cafes, snack bars and restaurants can be frequented after departure passengers have passed through the security control area, but Café Ritazza, Soho Coffee Company and Subway offer passengers refreshments and snacks before they have passed through check-in and the security control area.

Beyond security control passengers have outlets such as Bar Zero, Dexter's, the Soho Coffee Company, coffee bar Starbucks, fast food outlet Burger King and a Wine Deli at their disposal.

Passengers looking for reading matter will find newspapers, books and magazines at two WH Smith stores, one is located in the general terminal compound prior to check-in and the other is located beyond the security control area. Other retail outlets include Worlddutyfree, Dixons, Superdrug and Claire's Accessories, which caters mostly for children and young adults with cheerful fashion and jewelry.

Currency exchange facilities are provided via Travelex. Passengers with cash requirements will find six ATM's in the departure area of the terminal. These cash machines dispense Pounds Sterling and Euros.

Occasionally international or domestic events of importance find their way onto the airport's screens, such as the Olympics or the annual tennis tournament held at Wimbledon for example. 

Passengers burdened with heavy luggage can obtain trolleys from self-service vending machines for the cost of £2.00 or EUR 2.00 per trolley. Bristol offers ten different trolley stations at the terminal, but it is also possible to arrange for a porter service in advance to help with heavy luggage. The minimum charge for this service is £16.

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

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