BRS: Bristol Airoprt

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BRS: Bristol Airoprt

Post by RyanairBristol » 06 Mar 2016, 09:21

09/27 2,011 6,598 Asphalt
runway 27 (the westerly direction) is used the most often, about 70% of the time. The airport has one of the shortest international airport runways in the country at just 2,011 m (6,598 ft) in length and runway 27 only having an available landing distance of 1,876 m (6,155 ft). Therefore, large aircraft are rarely used due to weight restrictions, which prevents most long-distance flights

Alicante, Bergamo, Budapest, Dublin, Faro, Gdańsk, Gran Canaria, Kaunas, Kraków , Lanzarote, Málaga, Malta, Poznań, Tenerife-South, Warsaw-Modlin, Wrocław
Seasonal: Bergerac, Béziers, Bologna, Castellón ,Chania, Girona, Ibiza, Knock, Limoges, Palma de Mallorca, Reus, Rzeszów, Treviso, Valencia

There is one terminal and is currently under an expansion project
The expansion is to occur in stages, spread over 30 construction projects. Plans include a doubling of passenger terminal floorspace, new piers and aircraft parking stands, extensions to the apron, multi-storey car parking and a public transport interchange. The first project was completed in June 2012, with the opening of three new aircraft stands. In July 2014, a 3,880 m2 (41,800 sq ft), £6.5 million walkway connected to the centre of the terminal was opened, providing four more pre-boarding zones and allowing the use of jetways. In July 2015 the airport opened an £8.6 million eastward extension of the terminal, having a larger departure lounge and an outdoor terrace. Construction of another terminal extension started immediately, to the west and costing £24 million, with completion planned for summer 2016.

Transport Links
The Bristol Airport Flyer bus service links the airport to Bristol Temple Meads railway station and Bristol Bus Station. It runs 24 hours a day, every 8 minutes during peak times, and takes 25 minutes from Temple Meads. It is possible to book combined tickets in conjunction with train, coach or bus journeys. The service, numbered A1, is operated by FirstGroup on behalf of Bristol Airport.
The A1 currently costs as of 06 March 2016

Return Single
Adult £11.00 £7.00
Child £7.00 £5.00
Family £23.00

Ryanair plans
Ryanair stated that they want to become the largest airline at Bristol last year, with Easyjet being the largest now, but limited expansion in the route network has occurred with only Krakow and Catellon starting recently.

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