Flights from Bristol to Inverness

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Bristol to Inverness

  • The average flight time from Bristol to Inverness is 1h 25min
  • Bristol to Inverness is 429 miles
  • The most popular airline flying from Bristol to Inverness last month was easyJet
  • There are 7 flights a week from Bristol to Inverness
  • 1 airline flies direct from Bristol to Inverness
  • £58 was the cheapest return price from Bristol to Inverness last month

This information is correct as of February 2016

Airlines that fly from Bristol to Inverness

The only airline currently offering direct flights from Bristol to Inverness is easyJet.

Terminal Information – Departing

Bristol Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge is small but has a good selection of shops, restaurants and lounges. Pick up some travel essentials at Boots, Dixons Travel and Superdrug or just browse the luxury items in World Duty Free. There's also a JD Sports at the airport, in case you forgot to pack your gym gear. Dining options range from quick and easy (Burger King and Starbucks) to relaxed and stylish (Dexters and The Cabin). The airport has two executive lounges, both operated by Aspire. Entry prices to the Aspire lounge starts at £19.99* per person and includes a range of complimentary refreshments and unlimited Wi-Fi access. For an extra £10* you can check into the Aspire Plus lounge instead, which offers a range of premium spirits and a hot buffet. Note that the Plus lounge is reserved for adults only.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Inverness Airport has one terminal. There's one bus which runs between the airport and the city centre: the Stagecoach Jet Bus. You can buy your tickets on board. There's a taxi rank outside the terminal. Cabs are metered but you can expect to pay about £15* for a trip into the centre. Another option is to hire a car at Inverness Airport, perfect if you really want to explore the Highlands.

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Practical Information

You don't need a passport to travel on domestic British flights, however you do need to show some photographic ID at the departure gate. Officially issued identification cards (e.g. driving licenses, NUS cards and council issued bus passes) are usually acceptable. Visit easyJet's website for an in-depth and up to date guide to what kind of identification is accepted on domestic flights. We recommend arriving at the airport at least 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.

What to expect in Inverness

Try only to withdraw as much cash as you need during your trip: Scottish banknotes are different to English ones, and some people have reported trouble spending them south of the border. Prices in Inverness are slightly lower than in Bristol: expect to pay about £5* less for dinner for two. The summers in Inverness are about 4°C cooler than Bristol on average, but average winter temperatures are the same in both cities.

*Prices subject to change


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