Bristol Airport has commenced work on its largest capital project ever and is investing over £60m in creating a public transport interchange hub and multi-storey car park.

This “transformational project” will enhance services and accessibility for customers whether arriving or departing, Bristol Airport said.

Customers using Bristol Airport will notice building works taking place in front of the terminal and within the Northside Car Park.

Bristol Airport works

The project will provide:

  • Over £60m investment
    New public transportation interchange hub
    Additional multi-storey car park
    Glazed bridge link between car parks and terminal
    Elevating customer comfort with a new Waiting area and rest facilities
    Enhanced customer facilities including an enlarged Drop Off and Pick Up area

The investment will provide a significantly enlarged public transport interchange hub, improved internal road system and an additional multi-storey car park providing customer enhancements such as waiting rooms and rest facilities.

The project forms part of Bristol Airport’s overall multi-million-pound transformational development plan enabling 12 million passengers a year to use the Airport.

Dave Lees, CEO of the Airport, said: “This project is transformational for our customers. It is the largest single capital investment project since the terminal opened in 2000 and will take 18 months to complete.

“As with all large-scale projects, they are complex and the development work will need to be phased to accommodate the normal day to day Airport operations.

“During the project, customers will see several temporary changes taking place, including temporary relocation of some car parks and changes to internal roads layouts.

“We will continue to keep customers informed of the changes via directional signage, customer messaging on car park bookings, the website and on social media.”
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