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    Bristol International Airport is located 8 miles southwest of the city centre of Bristol and within easy reach of the Southwest of England. Your driver can get you to the centre of Bristol in around 25 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to London in under an hour.

    About

    Bristol International Airport is located in Lulsgate Bottom, North Somerset, which is situated in the southwest of England, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. The airport has a General Aviation Terminal as part of Bristol Flying School, but larger jets must use the main terminal. Bristol International Airport is the 9th busiest airport in the UK.

    Facts

    Does Bristol International Airport have private jets?

    Yes, Bristol International Airport supports private jets.
    Bristol International Airport Facts
    Bristol International Airport has one runway (09/27). The airport handles around 8.5 million passengers every year.
    IATA: BRS
    ICAO: EGGD
    Country: United Kingdom
    Latitude: 51-22-57.61N
    Longitude: 002-43-08.72W
    Timezone: Europe/London
    Runway Length: 2011 metres
    Tarmac Access: Yes (on request)
    Slot Restriction: Yes

    Facilities

    For aircraft, Bristol Flying Centre provides a range of services including refueling, toilet and water services and deicing. Bristol International Airport is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For passengers and crew, 2 private passenger lounges are available to use with complimentary refreshments, free WiFi, TV and meeting rooms. All customs and immigration is based on-site, so there is no requirement to visit the main terminal. For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 5 hotels are conveniently located near to Bristol International Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to Bristol, it is also within a short distance of Bath, Wells and Glastonbury.


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