Many regular customers in the South West of England who use Bristol Airport on a regular basis either for business or holiday use were excited about the growth of the airport and the new opportunities which are open to them
(PRWEB UK) 20 July 2012
The new flight is scheduled to fly, to the famed home of Hans Christian Andersen and Helena Christensen among many others, four times a week throughout the calendar year.
Travellers wishing to fly to Copenhagen from Bristol will be able to do so every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and can book their flights right now from Easy Jet This is to be the only direct flight from Bristol to Copenhagen.
Tickets for the new route are available to purchase now, from as little as £22.99 for a one way journey, and with the option to purchase Easyjet’s Flexi Fare tickets with baggage, seat selection and speedy boarding included.
This route has brought Bristol Airport’s total routes up to 44 which makes it one of the country’s fastest growing airports. With a huge host of daily destinations that fly on either a seasonal or year round basis.
Bristol Airport is constantly updating its routes and destinations and this in just one in a list of updates to come into effect this year. The Bristol to Naples route which was launched recently and flies from Bristol three times a week has been hugely successful and Bristol Airport and Easy Jet are hopeful that this one will be no different.
The folks at Bristol Airport Parking Shop are also hoping the addition of this new route will have a positive effect on their sales. They provide parking to visitors of Bristol Airport at the lowest available prices, across four exclusive parking areas on the Bristol Airport grounds. They have already experienced a rise in sales since the new Naples route first took off and are hoping this Bristol to Copenhagen route has the same effect. Those wishing to leave their vehicles behind at the airport can book their parking at http://www.bristolairportparkingshop.com , and choose from; either standard long-term parking, silver zone, premium or meet and greet valet services. Each of the options available from Bristol Airport Parking Shop have different advantages so whether people are visiting Copenhagen on a work trip, or simply to visit some museums and see the sights, Bristol Airport Parking Shop are happy to announce that they can meet all the new customer’s requirements.
Copenhagen is fast becoming a thriving metropolis and many Brits travel there for a variety of different reasons, be they business or pleasure, every week. This announcement makes that journey even easier and if sales figures since the Bristol to Copenhagen tickets first went on sale are anything to go by, increasingly popular. Visitors to Copenhagen will find themselves in one of Scandinavia’s most beautiful destinations and they will notice why the City has repeatedly been called out as one of the places to visit with the best quality of life and culture. Passengers disembarking from Bristol will get lost in the beauty of the capital of Denmark, while experiencing years of history, and culture, including finding out all about the Little Mermaid, who has become somewhat of an icon for the city, and her famous creator.