We are pleased to announce that there will be a Spotters Evening on Wednesday 27th July 2022 between 17.30pm and 19.30pm on the roof of the Bristol Airport administration building located on the south side of the airport, this building gives great views of the runway 27 touchdown as well as different background views for photography. The event will include free parking and tea/coffee will be available. Numbers are limited and there will be 17 tickets available which will be made available to register from Wednesday 6th July.
We would like to request no more than 2 tickets per household to keep things fair for all. The cost will be £10 per ticket payable on the door which will go to the airport charity of the year, which is Teenage Cancer Trust. Tickets will be on a first come first served basis, they are likely to sell out quickly.
This is the first event we are holding at Bristol Airport since the Covid-19 pandemic with the potential for further events depending on how this next event goes, airport availability and other factors. We are also trialling this new location available to us thanks to Bristol Airport who are kindly supporting Bristol Airport Spotting and Fresh Aviation.
Where is the admin building?
The admin building is located on the south side of the airport, exit the Silverzone roundabout and the building is on your left.
How much is entry?
The cost is £10 per person and all proceeds go towards the airport charity of the year which is Teenage Cancer Trust. Admission is payable on the day, please have correct money ready.
Can I park nearby?
Free parking will be available and you will be informed where to park.
How long can I stay at the event?
The event will run for 2 hours and you are welcome to stay for the total time.
How do I get a ticket?
All tickets will be on a first come first served basis, so tickets will sell out quickly. Ticket link will be available here on Wednesday 6th July.
What are the views like?
If operations are on runway 27 aircraft will touchdown right in front of you, there is also the opportunity for photography of aircraft on stands and pushing back. Some images below show the area.