Welcome to Spot BRS - The Bristol Airport spotting guide.
If you are looking to visit Bristol Airport to take photographs or spot planes then this guide will give you everything you need to know.
Bristol Airport sees a varied mix of traffic from the regular Boeing 737's and A320's through to bigger aircraft such as A330 and 787 Dreamliners.
The Airport also sees a a healthy amount of military traffic training as well as helicopters and business jet visitors from across the globe.
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The current ATC Frequencies in use are:
- Bristol Approach: 125.650
- Bristol Tower: 133.850
- Bristol Director: 136.075
- Bristol ATIS: 126.025
Important Safety Information
Airports are places that are under tight security. It is important that you adhere to the following rules otherwise you will find access being restricted for future events.
- Park legally. Dont stop on main roads, grass verges or double yellow lines
- Take any litter home with you
- Do not put ladders on the fence
- Dont use flash photography on approaching aircraft
- Be security concious, if someone, or something doesn't look right, report it!
- Do not obstruct Police or PCSO's if they ask you to move, or if they want to check who you are, co-operate.
Bristol Airport Headlines
TUI targets a regional return to Sharm El Sheikh in 2021
Posted on Thursday October 22, 2020
TUI UK along with TUI Airways UK is targeting a return to Egypt’s Sharm-El-Sheikh resort from regional airports next year. The airline currently has a flight program to the region from major airports including Manchester, Birmingham and London Gatwick but has postponed a regional return several times. If plans proceed [read more]
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A Horrible Christmas in the car parks at regional airports
Posted on Tuesday October 20, 2020
A number of regional airports could see their long-stay car parking turned into performance areas this Christmas as stage companies look for alternative outside venues. Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) is one location to be announced as a “Car Park Party” venue and will, quite fittingly, play host to “Horrible Christmas” on [read more]
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Bristol Airport seeks to force sale of land for expansion
Posted on Monday September 28, 2020
Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) has applied for Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO) on 22 pieces of land around the North Somerset airport. The land is primarily around the A38, which passes the regional airport, and will be used to improve access into the airport and turn the single carriageway road into a [read more]
The post Bristol Airport seeks to force sale of land for expansion appeared first on UK Aviation News.
Ryanair adds 14 extra weekly flights to Faro
Posted on Wednesday August 26, 2020
Irish budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) is adding 14 extra weekly flights from UK airports to Faro following the UK Governments decision to put Portugal back on the Coronavirus safe list. The move will make it easier for British holiday makers to travel to the Algarve without the need to quarantine [read more]
Ryanair’s Bristol to Vienna service takes-off
Posted on Sunday August 09, 2020
Ryanair’s new Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) to Vienna (VIE/LOWW) service has officially launched today as the first flight departed the South West of England regional airport. The flight will now operate twice-weekly for the duration of Ryanair’s summer schedule at Bristol Airport and in operates in under the Vienna based Laudamotion [read more]
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