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Flights to Bournemouth

Bournemouth Airport is located around 5 miles to the North-East of Bournemouth town centre. The airport offers flights to and from a large number of international destinations, with low-cost carriers such as Ryanair, Aer Lingus and easyJet offering plenty of European routes, and with First Choice and Thompson also operating their tours from the airport.

Which is the main airport in Bournemouth?

There is only one airport in Bournemouth: Bournemouth Airport. It serves Dorset, the New Forest National Park and Wiltshire, all of which are tourist hotspots in their own right. Located in Christchurch, the airport is located around 100 miles from London and is possible to access for city travellers via the motorway. Other airports that serve the broader area are Bristol Airport, Exeter International Airport and Southampton Airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Bournemouth?

Flights to Bournemouth are operated by Thomson Holidays, Ryanair, easyJet, Aer Lingus and First Choice. The airport offers regularly scheduled flights to Greece, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Poland and Italy. It's also possible to travel further afield, with Caribbean fly-cruises, Arctic tours and Iceland all accessible from Bournemouth Airport with select tour operators.

Why travel by plane to Bournemouth?

Bournemouth Airport is compact, modern and known for its friendly staff, focus on customer service and convenient facilities including free WiFi, fast-track security, retail outlets and accessible bathrooms. It is located very close to Bournemouth itself and there are regular buses that operate from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm every day to and from the centre of the large coastal resort. With car hire available from the airport, the A338 is just 1 mile away and the A31, M3, A35 and M27 motorways are all close by. Taxis also pick up from the airport.

Before you travel to Bournemouth by plane - good to know!

Bournemouth is most famous for its stretching beaches – notching up 8.5 miles of sand and family-friendly attractions which include a pier, cafe and restaurants. But the town itself is also well worth exploring. Art fans will love the collection of 19th-Century Japanese artefacts, pottery and art in the ornately-decorated Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, which also has superb sea views. Kids will love the 6 cinema; a British first! Take the family to see immersive simulations for a huge range of films, or head to see incredible sea-life at the Oceanarium.

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