Bristol Airport Spotting are pleased to announce that they will be holding a spotters day at Bristol Airport within the Admin Building, this event will be held in the Bristol Room with great views of the runway, apron and taxiway. Previous aviation fairs have been held in this great room and we are holding this event before the building is removed over the next couple of years, ahead of exciting airport developments.
During the spotters day there will also be an informative talk from Bristol Airport Police and the opportunity to purchase some Bristol Airport Spotting branded merchandise. Free parking will also be available on the day and Wings Café will be open for light refreshments.
The event is open to all aviation enthusiasts and people with a keen interest in aviation, the event is not suitable for young children as there will be no stalls, exhibits or attractions on the day. The event is for spotters who want to watch, photograph, video or record aircraft operating on the day.
Sunday 10th June between 11.00am and 15.00pm
Bristol Room, Administration Building, Bristol Airport, Bristol, BS48 3DY.
Entry to the event will strictly be with ticket only, there are 100 places available on a first come first served basis. The cost will be £2 each payable on the door.
Free parking will be available in the staff car park marked in red above, you will be given instructions on how to exit.
To obtain tickets to this event please browse to the link below, all visitors to the event must come with tickets, anyone who doesnt have a ticket will unfortunately be turned away. The cost per ticket is £2 which will be payable on the door on the day, all proceeds go to the airport charity of the year which is Childrens Hospice South West.
Can anyone attend?
Yes anyone who has a keen interest in aviation and airports is welcome to attend, but to ensure everyone gets the chance to attend please limit the number of tickets per group. The event is not suitable for young children due to space restrictions within the room and as there are no stalls, exhibits or attractions young children will get bored quickly, the event is purely for aviation spotters who want to photograph, record or watch the aircraft operating on the day, followed by an informative talk by Bristol Airport Police.