Cheap Flights from Glasgow to Exeter (GLA - EXT)
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- Fri 25 OctGLAEXTMon 28 OctEXTGLALoganairDirectfrom £97
- Thu 14 NovGLAEXTMon 18 NovEXTGLAFlybeDirectfrom £103
- Thu 14 NovGLAEXTSun 17 NovEXTGLAFlybe + LoganairDirectfrom £109
Flight information Glasgow to Exeter
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Average flight time, total distance 344 miles
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of April 2016
Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Exeter
Flybe offers direct flights from Glasgow Airport (Glasgow International Airport) to Exeter International Airport. There are no direct flights from Glasgow-Prestwick to Exeter Airport.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Flights from Glasgow to Exeter depart from Terminal 1 which is Glasgow Airport’s main terminal. The airport is well-equipped with a number of different shops, places to eat and drink, and other essentials such as ATMs, toilets, and pay phones. Shopping options include everything from a WH Smith for newspapers and snacks to designer labels such as Victoria’s Secret, Swarovski, and Sunglass Hut for more expensive purchases. Food and drink options range from coffee shops such as Starbucks and Mozzo Coffee House to bars like Wetherspoons, Tennent's Pier Bar, and Caledonia Bar & Restaurant. Free WiFi is available for up to one hour at a time.
Terminal Information – Arriving
With only one terminal, Exeter Airport is much smaller than Glasgow airport. Buses run to and from the city centre frequently. The journey time from Exeter Airport to the central bus station in Exeter usually takes around twenty minutes. Alternatively, taxis are available at Exeter Airport and can be booked through the Apple Central Taxis office in arrivals. Getting to and from Exeter city centre is usually anywhere from five to ten minutes faster by taxi. Another option is to hire a car. Car hire at Exeter Airport is offered by Hertz, Europcar, Budget, and Avis. The car rental office is conveniently located inside the terminal building.
While you don’t need a valid passport to take a domestic flight between Glasgow and Exeter, you will need some form of photographic identification such as a recently expired passport or a valid driving licence/university card. A full list of acceptable forms of ID, as well as the specifics on expired passports, can be found on Flybe’s website. For domestic flights, you should arrive a minimum of one hour before your flight’s departure time, although ninety minutes is recommended.
What to expect in Exeter
Temperatures in Exeter are typically a couple of degrees warmer than in Glasgow. While January in Glasgow is usually a chilly 3 °C, in Exeter it’s usually a couple of degrees warmer at around 6 °C. Summer temperatures are likewise a little warmer in Exeter: July and August have averages of 17 °C while Glasgow’s averages are 15 °C. For most purchases, prices in Exeter are typically more expensive than in Glasgow. While the average price of a pint of beer in Glasgow is around £3*, in Exeter the average is £3.40*. Similarly, expect to pay around 5-10% more for a three-course meal for two in Exeter than in Glasgow.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.