Bristol Airport say they are working to reopen the runway in a bid to allow flights that have not already been cancelled to go ahead today.Read the full story ›
Bristol Airport says things are returning to normal after a plane came off the runway on Friday forcing flights to be cancelled.Read the full story ›
An inbound flight came off the runway after landing at Bristol Airport at 11.36 this morning. None of the 25 passengers on board were hurt.Read the full story ›
Bristol Airport are looking for the public's help to reunite some lost love letters from 1950s America with their owners.
Two hand-written letters from 1954 were found in the check-in area at the airport.
Staff made tannoy announcements and trawled CCTV to find who dropped them, but were unsuccessful.
Now, they need your help.
The letters are from a young officer, who was in Fort Sam, Texas, in 1954.
He is writing home to his fiancée in Baltimore and actually saying how he is looking forward to getting married and their forthcoming wedding.
So, I have contacted Fort Sam in America to trace the officer and see if they can help with our search.
A 29-year-old man has been charged with being drunk on an aircraft, after a flight from Barcelona to Liverpool was diverted to Bristol Airport.
An EasyJet flight was diverted at around 11.30pm on Thursday (21 September).
Daniel Fletcher from Crewe, has been released on bail to appear at Magistrates' Court next month.
Three others arrested - two men aged 21 and 29 and a 26-year-old woman - have been released with no further action taken.
Police say four people have been arrested after a flight was diverted to Bristol Airport.
At around 11.30pm yesterday a flight from Barcelona to Liverpool was diverted to Bristol Airport due to an incident involving passengers.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary say two 29-year-old men, a 26-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man were arrested for offences linked to being drunk on board an aircraft.
Police are appealing for anyone on board who may have filmed the incident on their mobile phones to get in touch.
Ryanair has provided an update on its progress as the airline works through the cancellation of 2,100 flights over the next 6 weeks.
The airline says all 315,000 affected customers received email notices on Monday advising them of their flight changes and offering alternative flights, refunds and advice about claiming money back.
Ryanair says it expects to have provided more than 63,000 refunds and accommodated 175,000 customers on other Ryanair flights by the end of the day.
The airline says it expects to process more than 300,000 alternative routings or refunds for customers (over 95% of affected customers) by the end of the week.
Ryanair has apologised for the cancellations.
We apologise sincerely to each and every one of the 315,000 customers whose original flights were cancelled over a 6 week period in September and October, while we work to resolve this short term rostering failure. We have taken on extra customer service teams to speed up the rate at which we accommodate and action alternative flight requests or refund applications.
Thomson has released a passenger update as Hurricane Irma affects flights across the Atlantic.
One of the affected flights is from Bristol Airport to Orlando, Florida.
Orlando's Sanford International Airport was closed on Saturday because of Hurricane Irma and Thomson says flights continue to be disrupted.
"Flight TOM374 from Bristol to Sanford, which was due to depart on Sunday 10th September, is delayed by 48 hours and is planned to operate on Tuesday 12th September departing 0900 local time."
"Customers who are due to travel on Tuesday 12th September or Wednesday 13th September to Sanford have the opportunity to amend free of charge. An additional £25 per person rebook incentive will also apply on any Florida holiday."
Thomson says other terms and conditions may apply.
Affected customers can get more information on Thomson's website or by calling customer services on 0800 009 3836 or 0203 636 1997.
The airport is now offering a card that will indicate to staff whether a traveller requires extra help.Read the full story ›
A Thomson Airways flight to Bristol from Orlando in Florida had to turn back over the Atlantic after two crew members fell ill.
The plane was due to land in Bristol earlier today but had to return an hour after leaving America's east coast.
The airline said it was a medical emergency and that the safety of customers and crew was of primary importance.
Passengers were taken to local hotels and are due to arrive back at Bristol airport early tomorrow morning.
Thomson Airways would like to apologise for any inconvenience to our customers on board flight TOM375 travelling from Orlando to Bristol which was diverted back to Orlando International Airport due to a medical emergency.
We have provided all passengers with food and accommodation whilst we wait to board them onto their new flight which is due to depart at 21.25 GMT.
The safety of our customers and crew is of paramount importance to us and we would like to reassure everyone that events such as these are rare.