Last month, Bristol Airport installed six new water stations making it easier for customers to reuse their water bottles instead of buying a new plastic bottle every time, increasing the total to thirteen water refill stations in the terminal.
Ryanair, Europe’s no. 1 airline, has announced its biggest ever Bristol schedule with 33 routes for Summer ‘23, incl. exciting new routes to Bydgoszcz, Porto, Marseille and Venice.
This week marks the beginning of a period of development for Bristol Airports retail and catering facilities with close to £4 million being invested by the airport and the retail partners to enhance the facilities, including opening a Boots Health and Beauty retail store.
Digital customer experience agency Great State is marking twelve years of strategic digital partnership with Bristol Airport with the launch of their new website, transforming the digital experience for their customers.
A full flight departed from Bristol Airport to Majorca with holidaymakers jetting off on a much-needed holiday. The inaugural flight was followed by another to Menorca.
Thomas Cook Airlines will base an additional Airbus A320 aircraft at Bristol Airport from May 1st and increase its number of seats on sale from the airport to over 400,000 for the summer 2018 season.
Passengers were evacuated and all flights diverted following a ‘bomb threat’ at Bristol Airport on Saturday evening, according to reports. A suspicious note saying a bomb was on board was found during a routine inspection of a Ryanair plane after it arrived at Bristol Airport from Spain.
Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport have risen for the fourth consecutive year. The number of people passing through the terminal in 2013 was up 3.4 per cent compared to the previous year, taking the annual total above six million for the first time since 2008, and only the second time in the Airport’s history.
Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport have risen for the third successive year. The number of people passing through the terminal was up 2.8 per cent compared to the previous year, making Bristol the only airport in the UK’s top ten to see growth each year since the end of 2009.