Bristol Airport (BRS) is 13km (8 miles) south of the city centre. It has daily flights to many major European destinations and it is a hub for budget airlines including easyJet, Ryanair and TUI Airways.
Facilities at Bristol Airport
Bristol is a fairly small regional airport with a single terminal but it has a good selection of eating, drinking and shopping options for a small regional airport including branches of Burger King, M&S Simply Food, Superdrug, WHSmith as well as a duty-free shop and the usual selection of coffee shops.
There are two executive lounges at the airport: the Aspire and the AspirePlus Lounge. The AspirePlus lounge is the nicer of the two but both have complimentary food and drink and are accessible to anyone who can pay the entry fee. American Express Platinum and Diners Club cardholders and Priority Pass members have free access to the Aspire Lounge.
Getting to and from Bristol Airport
The Airport Flyer Express Link is an express bus that runs between Bristol city centre (with stops at the bus station and Temple Meads railway station) and the airport. The bus runs every 10 minutes and costs £8 one-way or £13 return.