Helpful to holidaymakers and the community
It’s an airport with many names, previously known as Hurn and Bournemouth International Airport, you’ll find 670,000 passengers dragging their suitcases here each year.
Operated by Manchester Airport Group, the largest British airport operator, you’ll be left in the hands of true professionals. Not only is it their mission to look after holidaymakers, but this gateway to the world provides a community fund to ensure the surrounding areas of the airport are taken care of too.
The aim is to bring the community closer together by organising sport and leisure activities and protecting local wildlife. Impressed by the community spirit? Just wait till you see what they do for their passengers.
An array of airlines and destinations
Find your dream holiday destination and grab yourself a cheap holiday from Bournemouth Airport. With experts in package holidays like TUI and First Choice, you’re bound to find a good deal, especially with eight different destinations to choose from.
You could be drinking cocktails out of coconuts in the Caribbean, embarking on a family adventure in Majorca or surrounding yourself with lunar landscapes in Lanzarote.
Make good use of the reserve and collect service
After a £45 million makeover in their terminal, expect your Bournemouth experience to be an absolute pleasure.
All your holiday essentials and tax-free buys are waiting for you past security. You’ll find it hard to turn down all the discounted fragrances, designer goodies, cosmetics and branded spirits in World Duty Free.
It’s also the perfect opportunity to do a spot of shopping, use the reserve and collect on return service and you won’t have to worry about taking your new finds on the plane.
Decided you’d like to take a couple of your new items on holiday with you? You’ll also be happy to know the one extra bag service allows you to take one bag of airport shopping onboard.
Grab a good book for around the pool or make your flight a little shorter with a couple of magazines. WH Smiths has all the entertainment your journey needs, including some tasty snacks and drinks.
If you’d rather a hearty meal before you leave the UK, head to The Olive Tree and finish off with a good ol’ cup of British tea from Joes Coffee House. If shopping took a little longer than expected, grab a quick hot bacon sandwich from Est Presso.
Share your journey with your friends and family, check yourself in via Facebook with the 60-minute free Wi-Fi. Not enough? Spend your pre-boarding hours browsing for your next All Inclusive holidays from Bournemouth Airport by simply purchasing some additional internet.
Pick your mode of transportation
Ensuring you’re well connected, Bournemouth Airport is just a few hours’ drive away from a bunch of UK cities. Situated just off M25 following the A338, this helpful airport is well signposted throughout your journey. However, if you prefer guidance use your sat-nav with postcode BH23 6SE.
If you haven’t pre-booked, upon arrival you’ll have to choose between standard and premium parking. Car park one is a short walk to check-in and your car is monitored 24 hours a day.
Premium parking is located right outside the terminal doors and includes the benefit of a FastTrack pass through security. It’s ideal if you’re heading on a last minute holiday from Bournemouth Airport, with extra space between vehicles, the opportunity to cancel until the day before you travel and two complimentary drinks upon arrival.
Ideally situated for local connections to the mainline rail network, the train is one of the most convenient ways of transportation. You can venture from all over the country to start your holidays from Bournemouth Airport.
Once you’ve arrived at the city train station, prepare to be greeted by the A1 route Yellow Bus service, and then it’s just a quick ride to the airport.
A good night’s sleep goes a long way
Right on the airport doorstep you’ll find a Travelodge and Premier Inn, despite the chance to be first at the checking desk, you can expect a comfortable night’s sleep and minimal travelling the next morning.
You might even consider a one-night stay when you land, especially if you’ve just suffered through a long-haul flight or have a long drive home. You could always stay in the town centre just 15 minutes away, and make the most of Bournemouth’s quaint B&Bs and range of hotels.