Gatwick Airport is served by regular services from airports across the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands.
To find out more information please visit the official London Gatwick Airport website at GatwickAirport.com
There is a wide range of facilities at Gatwick including:
For more information about the facilities, please see the London Gatwick website
Special assistance is offered at the airport with:
Please Note: If special assistance is required to board the aircraft please advise us at the time of booking.
London Heathrow is the largest UK airport and being a major gateway to many worldwide destinations it’s also the busiest.
To find out more information please scroll down or visit the official BAA Heathrow airport website.
Heathrow is probably the most accessible airport in terms of different modes of transport - travel by car, motorcycle, train, bus, coach and even bicycle. Motorcyclists can park in dedicated motorbike parks free of charge and there is a network of cycle paths with signage allowing easy access for cyclists also.
Conveniently situated just 15 miles from the centre of London and close to the M4 & M25 motorways, Heathrow also provides a vast shopping experience with the ability to purchase various goods from indulgent luxuries to essential travel items, enhancing your time at the airport.
Wheelchair-accessible telephones and text phones for the hard of hearing are available around the airport.
Passengers with reduced mobility can take advantage of a free wheelchair-accessible service running transportation between the bus station and all of the terminals. There are Help Point telephones or Help Bus telephones located in the terminal to arrange assistance.
The Help Point telephones are available to request use of a wheelchair or assistance in and around the airport grounds. The telephones are located in the short stay car parks, outside the terminal entrances and within the baggage reclaim area.
For further information or general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact the airport on 0870 000 0123.
Several low cost airlines have made London Stansted Airport their base, being the third largest airport in Britain.
To find out more information please scroll down or visit the official BAA Stansted airport website.
With the airport’s train station located directly underneath the terminal and the coach station opposite the main terminal entrance, Stansted is a very accessible airport. The airport is well served by several bus and coach services in addition to various train services such as the Stansted Express, which runs every 15 minutes to London. It is also conveniently situated just off the M11 providing good road links for those travelling by car.
If you are using a satellite navigation system insert this postcode CM24 1RW.
For further information or general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact the airport on 0870 000 0303.
Manchester International Airport is situated 10 miles south of Manchester city centre.
Manchester Airport is one of Britain's, and the world's principal airports, handling millions of passengers each year, connecting the North of England with global destinations.
To find out more information please visit the official Manchester Airport website at ManchesterAirport.com
Manchester International Airport is also served by regular services from the following airports in the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands.
Manchester International Airport is situated 10 miles south of Manchester city centre. The airport is directly accessible via J5 off the M56 and is well served by train, bus and coach services with good road links for those travelling by car.
The airport offers a wide choice of Long and Short Stay car parks, all located on site. There are two petrol stations/mini-supermarkets located at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. For passengers requiring special assistance, there are designated parking facilities next to the lifts in all the multi-storey car parks. Additional support is available using the telephone on level 5 of the Terminal 1 car park.
Special Assistance should be booked prior to departure with us but for general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact Airport Customer Relations on 0161 489 3000.
Birmingham Airport is located 8 miles east of Birmingham city centre, at the centre of England and the centre of the UK's motorway network.
From Birmingham city centre take the A45 east towards Coventry.
From the south or north of England take the M42 (which links to the M40 and M1 from London, M6 from Manchester and M5 from the south east). Come off at junction 6 taking the A45 towards the city centre. The Airport turnoff is only 1 mile and is well signposted.
There are various Birmingham parking options available; Long & short stay and meet and greet parking options. The long stay Birmingham car parks are located off airport but courtesy buses are provided as necessary.
There are several Birmingham meet and greet or chauffeur services offered which will mean your car being collected by a chauffeur as you arrive at the airport, stored securely off airport and then returned to the terminal for when you arrive.
To find out more information please visit the official Birmingham Airport website at BirminghamAirport.com
Special Assistance should be booked with us prior to departure.
Bristol Airport is located 8 miles south of Bristol City Centre and is easily accessible via the A38.
Bristol Airport is also served by regular services from the following airports in the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands: Guernsey, Jersey, Belfast City, Belfast International, Cork, Dublin, Shannon, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle, Newquay, Norwich, and Plymouth.
The airport offers a wide choice of car parks, all located on site. These include Long Stay and Short Stay car parks as well as a Rapid Pick Up car park, which is adjacent to the terminal, and motorcycle parking, which is available FREE in a dedicated motorcycle park. Special Assistance parking is available in both the Long Stay and Short Stay car parks (help buttons on entry barriers, larger bays, wheelchair friendly minibuses and drop off at the front of the terminal).
Special Assistance should be booked prior to departure with us but for general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact Airport Customer Relations on 0871 334 4444.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport previously called the Robin Hood is easily accessable from the new Great Yorkshire Way, making the airport more accessible from the M18 (junc 3).. Unfortunately not all Sat Nav pick up the Great Yorkshire Way link road, if you are having trouble use 'Hurst Lane, Doncaster' as your destination and follow signs for 'Robin Hood Airport'.
Parking is easy with Long Stay and Short Stay, so if you’re flying or picking up a friend or relative. Park in secure car parks all close to the terminal.
Special Assistance should be booked prior to departure with us but for general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact Airport Assistance on 01302 625 099 or press the help buttom on the car park barrier
Glasgow Airport is the only airport in Scotland with direct motorway access (M8) and is well served by public transport. For Sat Nav the address is Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland PA3 2SW.
Glasgow Airport now flies to over 100 destinations. Parking is easy with Long Stay, Short Stay, Fast Track and Pick Up, when you’re flying or picking up a friend or relative. Park in secure car parks all close to the terminal. Car parks are monitored by CCTV and regular patrols for peace of mind.
Special Assistance should be booked prior to departure with us but for general enquiries regarding special assistance at the airport contact Airport Assistance on 0141 842 7700
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