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Bristol Airport Taxi Service

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Bristol Airport Taxi Service is provided by Onward Travel Solutions Ltd. We offer a transfer service from Cardiff airport to any U.K Airport, whether you need a car, people carrier, executive car, executive people carrier, minibus or indeed a coach Onward Travel Solutions Ltd are here to help. If you are traveling to or from Bristol Airport please select the type of journey required from the drop down and you will be able to extract an instant quote. If you are traveling to a different airport please click Reset and select the correct airport from the drop down. All our bookings are pre booked and pre paid for so you can rest assured we will be there to meet you or take you to your destination.

Bristol Airport is 63 miles east of Cardiff Airport and can be accessed via the M5, M49 and the M4. This journey in normal traffic conditions should take approximately 1 hour. If you are traveling to the airport please leave a longer amount of time in case you encounter any traffic congestion.

An overview of Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport is located in Lulsgate Bottom, North Somerset. It is a commercial airport serving the city of Bristol.

In 2008 Bristol Airport was the 9th busiest airport in the UK. Its total number of passengers was 6,267,114. This airport serves as a hub for: Easyjet, Ryanair, Thomson Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines and Viking Airlines.

At OTS we not only offer a taxi service from Bristol Airport to Cardiff Airport, we also provide transfers from Bristol airport to any UK address, anywhere in the country.

History of Bristol Airport

In 1927 a few local businessmen raised funds of 6,000 to start a flying club at Filton Aerodome. .

By 1929 the club had been so successful that a decision was made to develop a farm in Whitchurch, Bristol into an airport.

In 1930 Bristol Airport was opened, it was the 3rd Airport to open in the UK.