Welcome to Spot BRS - The Bristol Airport spotting guide.
If you are looking to visit Bristol Airport to take photographs or spot planes then this guide will give you everything you need to know.
Bristol Airport sees a varied mix of traffic from the regular Boeing 737's and A320's through to bigger aircraft such as A330 and 787 Dreamliners.
The Airport also sees a a healthy amount of military traffic training as well as helicopters and business jet visitors from across the globe.
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The current ATC Frequencies in use are:
- Bristol Approach: 125.650
- Bristol Tower: 133.850
- Bristol Director: 136.075
- Bristol ATIS: 126.025
Important Safety Information
Airports are places that are under tight security. It is important that you adhere to the following rules otherwise you will find access being restricted for future events.
- Park legally. Dont stop on main roads, grass verges or double yellow lines
- Take any litter home with you
- Do not put ladders on the fence
- Dont use flash photography on approaching aircraft
- Be security concious, if someone, or something doesn't look right, report it!
- Do not obstruct Police or PCSO's if they ask you to move, or if they want to check who you are, co-operate.
Bristol Airport Headlines
Bristol Airport launches decarbonisation fund to fast-track initiatives
Posted on Wednesday June 02, 2021
Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) has launched a new fund designed to fast-track initiatives to decarbonise flights from the airport. The Aviation Carbon Transition (ACT) Programme is open to business and organisations who can apply for a share of the £250,000 fund for their projects which will help to reduce direct and indirect [read more]
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Bristol Airport hosts Jet Zero event and joins pledge
Posted on Thursday April 29, 2021
Aviation and Aerospace leaders from across the South West met at Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) today to discuss working together to help the region meet Net Zero for the aviation industry. Representatives from Rolls Royce, Airbus, easyJet, GKN, Atkins, Vertical Aerospace, Universal Hydrogen and Wood joined the airport to discuss projects [read more]
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Loganair to launch new Teesside to Bristol flight
Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
Scottish airline Loganair (LM/LOG) has announced it will launch a new link from Teesside Airport to Bristol Airport. The flight will connect the North-East with the South West of England five times per week Monday to Friday leaving Teesside at 14.25, and Bristol at 16.05 for the return. Loganair Chief [read more]
Lufthansa targets June for delayed Bristol to Frankfurt launch
Posted on Wednesday February 24, 2021
Lufthansa is targeting late June for its second attempt launching flights between Bristol and Frankfurt. The German flag carrier had previously planned to launch the daily service in Summer 2020 but this was cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Lufthansa now aims to start the service on 28th June 2021. [read more]
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Jet2 cancels flights through easter delaying Bristol launch
Posted on Saturday February 13, 2021
UK holiday airline Jet (LS/EXS) has cancelled flights and holidays through to at least mid-April as the current travel restrictions to combat Coronavirus continue to affect the ability to travel. According to sources within the airline, it is planning for the resumption of flights either in mid-May, mid-July or at [read more]
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