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The cheapest time of year to fly to Faro from Bristol is November. The most expensive is May.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Monday. The most expensive is usually Saturday.
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Bristol to Faro flights are approximately 27% more expensive in the morning than in the afternoon
Brussels Airlines, Flybe, and Jet2 are the most popular carriers operating from Bristol to Faro
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When travelling from Bristol to Faro, the most popular airport to fly into is Faro Airport. The majority of travellers flying into Faro Airport from Bristol are departing from Bristol Airport. When booking your trip to Faro, it is helpful to have an alternative airport to fly out of. Good options for departure airports when travelling to Faro, you can try Birmingham Airport (in Birmingham), Cardiff Wales Airport (in Cardiff), or Bournemouth Airport (in Bournemouth). The cheapest route from Bristol to Faro is CWL — FAO with an average price of £26 RT during the month of June.
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|easyJet||PriceFrom £59||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Jet2||PriceFrom £72||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Aer Lingus||PriceFrom £133||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Brussels Airlines||PriceFrom £134||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|KLM||PriceFrom £136||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Flybe||PriceFrom £137||Free Cancellation||Rating|
The lowest priced Jet2 flight from Bristol to Faro from the last 72 hours was £87. Generally, Jet2 has 3 flights on this route every week with an average price of £231. Jet2 is rated 8.0/10 by our users.
Another popular option for Bristol to Faro flights is Ryanair (7.0/10, 749 ratings). Ryanair flies from Bristol to Faro around 3 times per week, with deals starting from £25 return and rising to an average price of around £111.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Bristol to Faro are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travellers: easyJet, Ryanair, and Jet2.
A flight from Bristol to Faro will travel around 1030.3 mi. A reasonable flight in good conditions will take 2h 35m.
Bristol International Airport ( BRS) provides essential passenger amenities in a modern building with a single terminal. There’s a variety of dining and shopping options, such as a 24/7 eatery joint (Ritazza) and a duty-free retail store. Passengers also enjoy free unlimited WiFi, first-class lounges, a 24/7 information desk service, a currency exchange facility, baby care facilities, fully air-conditioned public areas. While some passengers may choose to sleep in the departure area overnight, the available benches have been described by travellers as uncomfortable. For uninterrupted sleep, visit some of the hotels near the airport within walking distance. You could try Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport. Faro Airport (FAO) opens 24 hours a day. It has a fully air-conditioned passenger area. Passengers are advised to carry warm clothes with them if staying overnight. There are also a few hotels within walking distance, such as Hotel 3K Faro Aeroporto and the Sleep & Go Faro Airport Guest House. If you need to eat, available restaurants and cafes close at night. Therefore, you need to have some refreshments with you in advance.
Passengers have a number of ways to travel from Bristol Airport (BRS) to the city centre and vice versa. You can board the Airport Flyer Express Link to central Bristol. The bus operates every 8 minutes, starting from Bristol Bus & Coach Station, making stops at the Bristol Temple Meads railway station and finally at the airport. If you take a train, the Airport Flyer Express Link conveniently connects the airport directly to the train station. The train runs every 10 minutes. Several national and regional bus routes serve Faro Airport (FAO). The bus journey from the airport to central Faro takes about 15min. Taxis and buses just outside the airport terminal can link you to the train station in a few minutes. From there, you can get to the city centre in mere minutes. Taxis are available 24/7 outside the airport terminals and carry a maximum of four passengers.
Faro is the main hub for transport in the Algarve region. It boasts a well-linked public transportation network that makes getting around easy and convenient. Some great towns neighbouring Faro include Olhao, Santa Barbara De Nexe, and Almancil. If you want to travel to Olhao from Faro cheaply, take the bus from Faro Bus Terminal. Bus services operate every day, with the journey taking about 20 minutes. A taxi from central Faro to Olhao takes 12min, while a train takes approximately 7 minutes. The cheapest way to get to Santa Bárbara de Nexe from Faro is to drive, taking approximately 12 minutes. A bus will get you there in about 27 minutes. Faro to Almancil bus services run every 2 hours, every day. The journey takes about 22 minutes or around 12 minutes if you use a train.
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