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The 24 routes set to restart this spring at Bristol Airport

A TUI 757 gets airborne from Bristol Airport (Image: UK Aviation Media)

A TUI 757 gets airborne from Bristol Airport (Image: UK Aviation Media)

Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) has announced that 24 popular routes are set to restart this March and April from the South West’s main airport, from four of its most popular airlines.


Bristol’s biggest carrier easyJet (U2/EZY) is bringing back the most routes with the return of destinations including Antalya, Athens, Biarritz, Bilbao, Bodrum, Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Corfu, Crete HER, Dalaman, Dubrovnik, Ibiza, Kefalonia, Kos, Menorca, Milan MXP, Murcia, Naples, Pisa, Rhodes, Santorini, Olbia and Split.

easyJet Airbus (TransportMedia UK)


Leading holiday carrier Tui Airways UK (BY/TOM) is bringing back the long-haul destination of Cancun, Mexico and the holiday hotspot of Marrakech in Morocco which is gaining popularity year on year.

Tui Airways UK Boeing 737-800

Bristol’s newest airline, (LS/EXS) is jetting people off to the sunny resorts of Faro in Portugal and Paphos, Cyprus.

Jet2 Boeing 737


Irish budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) is also bringing back the sunshine with the resumption of routes to the Spanish resorts of Girona, Ibiza and Majorca.

Ryanair Boeing 737-800

The restarting of the routes are a clear sign that the airline industry is feeling positive about the road to recovery following the coronavirus pandemic and the almost restriction-free travel now available to fully vaccinated travellers.

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