Transport around Bristol Airport (BRS)

Bristol International Airport (BRS) is served by a relatively good transport network including buses, coaches, taxis and a shuttle. Although there is no direct rail service, a shuttle bus provides quick and easy access to Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station.

Lulsgate Bottom, Bristol, North Somerset
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the closest railway station is situated in Bristol city centre and provides connections to all major cities. The Bristol International Flyer coach transports passengers to the train station every 20 minutes.


the Bristol International Flyer Coach makes a number of significant stops en route to the railway station. Passengers bound for Weston-super-Mare can enjoy a swift bus service provided by Badgerline, and National Express provides regular and reliable coach connections to a host of destinations.


the reputable Airportcarz run a 24-hour service from outside Arrivals. Their fleet consists of air conditioned Ford Galaxys and minibuses with wheelchair access.


Bristol International Airport is situated almost eight miles from Bristol city centre, and a 2 hour, 30 minutes drive from London. The main A38 Bridgwater Road links the airport to the city, while the M4, M5 and M32 motorways provide access to the rest of the country.

From the north, take the M5 motorway and exit southeast onto the A4. From the south, exit the M5 at Junction 22 to join the A38. From the east, take the M4 west and the M5 south as far as Junction 18 before exiting onto A4 Bristol Road and turn right at Brunel Way. From the west, exit the M4 after the Severn Bridge and join the M49 which leads to the M5 South. Exit the M5 at Junction 18.


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