Start

08:20

14.11.2022

Bristol (BRS)

BRS

fog 3 °C

Flight time: 2h 25 min.

LANDED 10:45 AM

Landing

10:45

14.11.2022

Bydgoszcz (BZG)

BZG

overcast clouds -2 °C

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Date Airline Start Landing Flight number Status
14.11.2022 Bristol
08:20 (BRS)
Bydgoszcz
10:45 (BZG)
FR 9503 LANDED 10:45 AM

The Bydgoszcz-Bristol flight schedule in the winter season 2022/23

Bydgoszcz - BristolBristol - Bydgoszcz
Monday11:10-12:357:20-10:45
Friday21:50-23:1518:00-21:25

About the Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport is approximately 13 km from Bristol city center. This airport is among the top ten largest airports in Great Britain. It offers passengers a wide range of shops and restaurants as well as an Executive Lounge. There is a hotel close to the airport (250 meters from the terminal).

Frequently asked questions

    • The easiest way to get to the center of Bristol is with the Flyer Express bus. Buses run every 15 minutes. Importantly, they also stop at Bristol bus and train stations, which makes it easier to move from Bristol Airport to other British cities. Buy a ticket
    • There are also 24-hour taxi ranks near the terminal.
    • The journey to Bath by car takes approximately 30-40 minutes. Cardiff, Cotswolds and South Wales are approx. 1 hr. driving from the airport. About 2 hours driving by car will take us to other places worth visiting in the south-west of England: Cornwall, Devon and Dorset.

About Bristol

Bristol is a delightful city not only in the south-west of England, but also in the whole of Great Britain. The incredible number of monuments, some of which remember the medieval times, makes it impossible to get bored even during a longer stay in Bristol. One of the city’s symbols is the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the bridge over the River Avon, which appears in most of Bristol’s scenic photos. An absolute must see in the city is also the historic Bristol Temple Meads railway station – its origins date back to the first half of the 19th century. Bristol is also a city of culture and science – it houses great theater (with the Theatre Royal) and concert stages, as well as two universities. Bristol is a great destination for nature lovers: there are as many as nine nature reserves in its territory.

Access from the airport to the largest cities in the region:

Travel time in hours (by car)
Bristol0:20
Bath0:40
Cardiff1:10
Cheltenham/Gloucester1:00
Cotswolds1:30
Exeter1:20
Newport0:50
Newquay2:40
Swindon1:10
Plymouth2:00
Torquay1:45
Yeovil1:05
Weston0:30
Wiltshire (Stonehenge)1:20

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