Bristol Airport - How to get there
Bristol airport is 9 miles outside the city centre, just off the A38, at the charmingly named Lulsgate Bottom.
From the South leave the M5 at Junction 22 and take the A38 north, the airport is just under 17 miles from the M5.
From the South East follow the A371 to its junction with the A38 near Axbridge and then take the A38 north to the airport.
From the West, North and East leave the M5 Southbound at Junction 19, take the A369 towards Bristol, but turn onto the B3129 towards Failand. At the junction with the B3130 turn left and continue on this road until meeting the A38 at traffic lights. Turn right, towards Bristol Airport, which is just over two miles from the turning.
The nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads. There is a frequent and fast service to London, Bath Cardiff, Gloucester, Exeter and Swindon.
From the station the Bristol International Flyer bus runs a non-stop service to and from the airport, the journey takes about 25 minutes.
First Badgerline operate a service (number 121) between Bristol and Weston super Mare that calls at the airport, the bus station is just outside the short stay car park.
Between 0530 and 2230 the Bristol International Flyer bus runs every half an hour between Bristol Temple Meads, Bristol Bus station, Bedminster, Bridgewater Road and the airport.
National Express runs coach services to the airport from the rest of the UK.
The Journey time from Bristol city centre is 15-20 minutes and cost: around £15.