Bournemouth Airport Information (BOH)
Bournemouth International Airport (BOH) is a well-equipped facility with access to England's southern coastline. It connects to 36 cities across Europe and North America through a mix of regularly-scheduled and charter flights. Services in the single-terminal facility are surprisingly thorough.
- Hurn, Bournemouth, Dorset
- Manchester Airports Group
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 050°46'48"N 001°50'33"W
Bournemouth International Airport was recently ranked the best airport in the UK by the Daily Telegraph, which labelled it as the third-best airport in the world. Check-in and security protocol are fast and efficient, leaving passengers plenty of time to enjoy dining, shopping and drinking facilities before their flight.
Traveller essentials include currency exchange booths, a tourist information desk, postal services and several ATMs. Internet is provided on both sides of security. Other essentials include a number of shopping outlets (including duty-free outlets), a food court, bar and two cafés.
Public transportation to and from the airport is possible by taxi or the airport's A1 shuttle bus. The latter connects to transport hubs in Bournemouth as well as neighbouring Christchurch, where there is a rail depot with links to cities across the country. Bournemouth Airport is easily accessed by road, and many visitors hire a car and travel according to their own itinerary.
Bournemouth is a popular travel destination in every season. It boasts many miles of sandy coastline that became popular in the Victorian age. Beautiful gardens and parks with deep-cut ravines attract visitors during the day, while the evening focus shifts to the city's booming entertainment district. Bournemouth is also conveniently close to ports along the English Channel, for onward journeys to the Channel Islands or France.