Handy information about the airport
- Only 5 miles from Exeter city centre
- Choose between 5 parking services with BCP
- Meet and Greet parking option available
Flying activity first began at Exeter Airport in 1937 and the aerodrome played a pivotal role for the military during the Second World War. Since that time Exeter has undergone many significant changes and, in January last year, was taken over by the Regional and City Airports Ltd. In 2005 Exeter Airport reported an overall growth rate of 35% - an amount higher than any other airport in the UK.
Exeter Airport is situated approximately 5 miles east of the city centre and is easily accessible from the M5 motorway, taking Junction 29.
For those using satellite navigation systems, you may wish to use the following postcode: EX5 2LJ
The airport has many facilities to offer its customers and make their flying experience that little bit easier. Most Notably, June 2003 saw the opening of the new Departure Lounge. With seating for 400 passengers, the new Departure Lounge has telephones, cash machines and several TVs.
Please Note: Passengers with disabilities are welcome at Exeter Airport, but they advise you inform the travel agent or airline at the time of booking.
Exeter Airport offers many conveniences for its passengers. These include all sorts of bars, restaurants and cafes that include:
What's more, Exeter Airport has many quality shops and stores that can allow you to get that last minute retail therapy in.