Bristol Airport says abolishing air passenger duty in Wales would result in passengers and airlines flying from Cardiff instead.Read the full story ›
The final beam in the new steel frame of the Airport's west terminal will be laid in a topping out ceremony this afternoon.Read the full story ›
The man from Bristol has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail after admitting carrying out a bomb hoax.Read the full story ›
The owner of two car parks near Bristol Airport has been told to stop using them by midnight tonight (Wednesday 13 January) or face heavy fines.
The sites are used by hundreds of motorists as a cheaper alternative to official car parks at the airport.
An appeal against council enforcement notices was rejected by the planning inspectorate.
Princess Anne has opened an £8.6 million extension at Bristol Airport to the sound of carols sung by local schoolchildren.
The new departure lounge facilities are part of the airport's drive to increase passenger numbers to ten million a year.
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An antique teddy bear, which spent two years in Bristol Airport's lost property, will be sold at auction this afternoon.
The 100-year-old bear was found along with a photograph from 1918. After a nationwide hunt the owner was tracked down in Cyprus but decided to sell. Experts think it could make around £1,000.
Bristol is to become budget airline, WOW air’s, second UK departure point for flights to Iceland and North America.
Flights will depart Bristol Airport for the airline’s hub in Reykjavik 3 times a week.
Passengers will stopover in Iceland before taking off to a number of US destinations including, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The Chief Executive Officer at Bristol Airport, Robert Sinclair hopes the new route will encourage people in the West to fly local:
This new link will enhance both the convenience and affordability of flights to several American destinations, giving people more reason than ever to choose to fly local."
Flights from Bristol to Reykjavik will start in May next year.
Airline passengers from the West Country stranded in Sharm el-Sheikh following the Russian airliner crash are due to fly in to Bristol this evening.
Thomson flight TOM 717 is due to arrive at 2205 hours this evening.
Those flying won't be able to take hold luggage with them but the Government will arrange for this to be returned separately.
Flights to Sharm el-Sheikh remain cancelled up to and including 25 November.
You can see a full statement from Thomson here.
Thomson Airways says it's extending the cancellation of flights from Bristol to Sharm el-Sheik until at least November the 25th.Read the full story ›
Thomson Airways have extended their decision to cancel all flights to Sharm el Sheikh up to and including Wednesday 25th November 2015. They are offering customers booked to travel to Sharm in this period a full refund or they can amend to any holiday currently on sale.
Customers travelling to Sharm el Sheikh up to and including 10th December 2015 will be able to amend their booking free of charge to any holiday taken by the end of April 2016.
You can find out more information here