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Bournemouth Airport
United Kingdom
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    Traffic Information:

    Bournemouth airport is easily accessible, both by public transport and by car. Many travelers go to the airport by public transport, because the airport is connected to Bournemouth Train Station, with links to the national nail network (Southampton and London). Traveling by car is the most convenient option since you can drive at your own leisure and are not reliant on public transportation. Parking at Bournemouth Airport also allows for a quick and easy departure from the airport while returning from your trip.

    The airport is clearly signposted from the A338 motorway. Bournemouth airport can be reached:

    • From London by the M3
    • From Midlands and North from the A34, at Winchester, join the M3 southbound
    • From Sussex/Kent coast: take A27 to the M27, A31, A338 and take exit B3037 for Bournemouth airport

    Please follow the signs at the airport to the location of your terminal.


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    Under normal weather and traffic conditions you can roughly assume the following travel times:

    Bournemouth -> Bournemouth Airport (BOH) 5.7 miles / 0:10 hours
    London -> Bournemouth Airport (BOH) 104 miles / 2:10 hours
    Southampton -> Bournemouth Airport (BOH) 29.5 miles / 0:39 hours
    Exeter -> Bournemouth Airport (BOH) 86.0 miles / 2:11 hours
    Bristol -> Bournemouth Airport (BOH) 70.3 miles / 2:10 hours


    On the road information:

    We recommend that you get your car tested for technical faults before you start. This guarantees that you get at the airport on time and do not miss the check-in.

    This pertains to issues such as fluids (The oil level and coolant) Also, ensure sure your tire pressures are right, including the spare tire. Furthermore, we would like to remind you to check the operation of your lighting.


    Petrol stations

    Whether you drive on gasoline, diesel, or LPG, you can refill practically everywhere. When travelling by highway, we recommend that you initially fill up in built-up regions, since this is generally cheaper than filling up close to the highway. For safety concerns, LPG is not usually offered at built-up gas stations.


    Roadside assistance

    If you are unfortunate on the road despite your vehicle's technical check, you may, of course, contact your roadside assistance company. These will get you back on the road, and we recommend that you always opt for breakdown coverage. On the road, you never know what could happen.


    Maximum Speed

    Although you are most likely aware with traffic rules, we would like to remind you that the following speed limitations apply. Speed limits on highways and multiple carriageways are typically set at 70 miles per hour. On single carriageway and single-track roads, the maximum speed is 60 miles per hour; in built-up areas, the speed limit is 30 miles per hour. Please be aware of road and highway construction and check a href="https://nationalhighways.co.uk/travel-updates/" rel="nofollow">traffic conditions/a> before departing.

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