Flights from Faro to Bristol
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- Thu 14 NovFAOBRSTue 19 NovBRSFAORyanairDirectfrom £40
- Thu 14 NovFAOBRSSun 17 NovBRSFAORyanairDirectfrom £42
- Thu 14 NovFAOBRSSun 24 NovBRSFAORyanairDirectfrom £42
Flight information Faro to Bristol
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Average flight time, total distance 1026 miles
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Frequently asked questions
Travellers looking for cheap flights from Faro to Bristol will find a variety of regular direct flights and flights with one layover. Flights from Faro to Bristol depart from Faro Airport (FAO) and land at Bristol Airport (BRS). Airlines offering direct flights include Ryanair and easyJet, though travellers can occasionally find flights from Thomson Airways and KLM.
Those with cheap flights booked from Faro to Bristol only need to have a passport that is valid through the length of their stay. It is recommended that travellers arrive at Faro Airport 120 minutes before their flight is scheduled to depart. This allows plenty of time to visit the check-in desk and go through security before heading to the departure gate.
When travellers arrive at Faro Airport for their flight from Faro to Bristol, they will be departing from the main passenger terminal. Passengers will find the airport's shops and restaurants on the second floor. Bars and restaurants located in the departure lounge include Air Tasty, Costa Coffee, Faro Airport Café, and Quiosque Delta. Shops include Duty Free Store, Airport Craft Shop, and Casa dos Sabores de Portugal, which sells Portuguese food items. Faro Airport offers free Wi-Fi for all travellers. Travel information services, luggage services, and convenience services, including spots to charge phones and spaces to get last-minute work done, are also available for travellers.
When flying into Bristol Airport, those with flights from Faro to Bristol will arrive at the only passenger terminal. Before heading down to baggage claim and exiting the airport, travellers have a chance to stop and grab a bite to eat at Dexters, Brunel Bar & Kitchen, or Soho Coffee Co. Shops include World Duty Free, Accessorize, Traveller, and The Bookshop at WHSmith.
What to Expect when Flying to Bristol
Travellers preparing to fly from Faro to Bristol are encouraged to visit the airport's transportation page before their flight to arrange transport from the airport to their hotel in Bristol. If they intend to hire a car, they can either visit a car rental service online before the flight or wait until they arrive at Bristol Airport.
Transportation in Bristol
Bristol has a variety of public transportation services for those who do not want to hire a car upon arrival. The Airport Flyer offers rides from Bristol Airport to Temple Meads Railway station, the Bus and Coach Station, and Bristol city centre approximately every 10 minutes. Taxis are also available, though travellers may find that the average taxi prices are 25% to 50% higher than taxi prices in Faro.
Climate and Weather in Bristol
Because Bristol is located in southern England, it is one of the warmest and sunniest cities in the country. During the summer, the average temperatures may hover around 18 °C, particularly in July and August. The coldest month is February, when average temperatures are around 5 °C.
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