Are there hotels at Bristol Airport?
Yes. There is one hotel on-site: the Hampton Hilton. There are several others within a three-mile (4.8-kilometre) radius.
Which terminal do I need at Bristol Airport?
There is just one terminal at Bristol Airport – all airlines fly out of and into the main terminal, so simply follow signs to the main entrance upon arrival.
Are there showers in the terminal?
No. There are old online news reports stating that Bristol Airport has showers, but this is no longer the case.
What time does Bristol Airport open?
Bristol Airport is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Shop and restaurant opening times vary, but some outlets will remain open for the time between the first and last departures every day.
How do I get in touch with Lost Property?
If you lose hand luggage items at the airport or during your flight, you can call Lost Property on (+44) 01275 473573. If you lose luggage in transit and it doesn’t turn up within three days, you must ring the relevant airline directly as soon as possible. Contact information for each airline is available on the BRS website.
Who should I contact for special assistance at the airport?
You must pre-book all special assistance requirements through your airline or tour operator before your arrival. Ring (+44) (0)1275 473403 for advice on special assistance at Bristol Airport.
Can I carry baby food and milk in my hand luggage?
You’re allowed to travel with enough baby food, milk and sterilised water for duration of your journey. You may carry a maximum of 2,000ml (70.4 imperial fluid ounces) of breast milk in your hand luggage, whether a baby is travelling with you or not. You may not, however, carry any frozen breast milk in your hand luggage.
What should I do if my flight gets cancelled?
You need to rebook your flight by getting in touch with your airline. They will supply you with all of the relevant information you need to board your new flight. Most airlines have a ‘Manage Your Booking’ option on their websites as a quick and easy way to change your details. Contact your airline via the BRS website.
Can I claim compensation if my flight is delayed or cancelled?
This depends on the circumstances. It’s best to discuss your issue with your tour operator or airline directly. For help and advice on claiming compensation, the Civil Aviation Authority website is a good source of information.