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Flights to Southampton

Southampton has one main passenger airport, providing both national and international flights from a range of European destinations including Amsterdam, Dublin and Paris. Seasonal flights from additional locations, including Chambery and Majorca, operate at specific times of the year. With its own railway station, a good bus service and a taxi rank, the airport is well-connected for onward travel to Southampton and beyond.

Which is the main airport in Southampton?

Situated in Eastleigh, Southampton Airport is approximately four miles by road from the centre of Southampton. A frequent bus service, the Uni-link U1C, connects the airport with the city. Alternatively, train services leave Southampton Airport Parkway every ten minutes throughout the day, and take around seven minutes to reach Southampton Central station.

Which airlines offer flights to Southampton?

Flybe operates the majority of flights to Southampton but Aurigny provides flights from Guernsey and Alderney, and Eastern-Airways from Leeds-Bradford. Other providers, including Inghams, TUI, Volotea and First Choice offer flights from certain destinations at specific times of the year, usually during the summer months or the ski season.

Why travel by plane to Southampton?

Flying to Southampton is a convenient way to access this major port city. The airport offers excellent links to cities across the UK and continental Europe while also being small enough to provide a speedy arrivals' process for passengers. Its proximity to the city and its docks makes the airport particularly useful for anyone setting off on a cruise from the cruise ships' terminal in the harbour or for those simply wanting to explore Southampton's rich maritime history.

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

Although perhaps best known for its maritime heritage, Southampton is a popular destination for cricket fans. The Ageas Bowl, home to Hampshire Cricket, regularly hosts international matches. Meanwhile, the annual summer Mela festival, located in Hoglands park in the city centre, offers international music, dancing and other family-friendly activities. Whatever the reason for the visit, Southampton is an easy city to travel around. Many of its major attractions are within walking distance of Southampton Central railway station and, for those that are not, there is a comprehensive local bus service and a good choice of taxi firms. Visitors can buy PlusBus tickets, giving unlimited travel on local buses for seven days.

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