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Norwich International Airport was developed from the original RAF base that was established in 1939 just outside the centre of the city. Flights to Norwich have always arrived from various UK airports and a historic link between Amsterdam and Norwich remains to this day. The airport can be reached from the UK cities of Edinburgh and Manchester from Flybe, and Aberdeen in Scotland via BMI and Eastern Airways. International flights are available from KLM bringing passengers from Amsterdam, Pegasus from Dalaman and Air Malta provide flights from Malta. A park and ride service is available that connects Norwich city centre to the airport that is available from Monday to Saturday every 10 minutes.
Norwich has some of the most impressive architecture from the Medieval period of any city in England, from the Gothic architecture of Norwich to Cathedral to the intricate stone work of the 12th century Norwich Castle the history of the region is easy to see. Visitors can also shop at Jarrold's, a department store that has been housed in the very centre of Norwich since 1923 and remains in its iconic Victorian building. Carrow Road offers sports fans the chance to watch high quality professional football as the canaries of Norwich City play their home games in the heart of the city.
The historic cathedral city of Norwich has its own airport, which can be reached from several other airports around England and Scotland in around an hour. It also caters in a limited way to international travel, especially from the Netherlands, Malta and the Greek islands. Passengers from other international destinations can also fly to London (Stansted or Heathrow) and transfer to Norwich on the ground with ease, with the shorter time in the air often making up for the longer airport-to-town transfer.
Norwich is served by Norwich International Airport, a former RAF base that's just miles outside the city centre. It has a quiet, relaxing executive lounge with magazines and WiFi, and it also offers a Costa Coffee, W.H. Smiths, currency exchange and pub serving traditional British food. Otherwise, the closest airport is London Stansted, and many passengers may prefer the fast, direct flights to this destination from around Europe and beyond. Another option is London Heathrow, which has an hourly train to Norwich.
Loganair operates flights to Norwich airport from Manchester and Edinburgh. So does Flybe, with the addition of Exeter. Passengers can also fly from Paphos via Tui and from Bourgas by BH Air. KLM puts on a regular plane from Amsterdam Airport Schipol, which also serves as the last leg in connecting flights from Paris, Berlin and other European capitals. Alternatively, there are affordable, direct services to London Stansted offered by Ryanair and easyJet.
Flights within the UK to Norwich are consistently faster than alternative means of travel, and in some cases, ticket prices are comparable or even cheaper. For instance, flights from Exeter to Norwich airport are half the price of the train fare and take only an hour as opposed to nearly 6 hours by rail. In general, flying from Edinburgh costs about 30% more than the train but is considerably faster.
The airport at Norwich offers a choice of car rental services, convenient for visitors planning a motor tour of the Norfolk Broads and the celebrated north Norfolk coastline. Or for passengers who've arranged to be collected, there's pick up spots in the Short Stay car park by the main terminal. The station doesn't have a train service, so getting into town involves an eight minute walk to the bus stop on Cromer Road. Norwich Cathedral is not to be missed, and families visiting Norwich are sure to have a great day out at the BeWILDerwood treehouse adventure park.
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