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Departure Mon, 2 03 2020 Return Tue, 3 03 2020
BRS Bristol
LPL Liverpool
return from £23
Departure Tue, 25 02 2020 Return Tue, 10 03 2020
CWL Cardiff
BHX Birmingham
return from £145
Departure Fri, 13 03 2020 Return Sun, 15 03 2020
BRS Bristol
BHX Birmingham
return from £158
Departure Mon, 2 03 2020 Return Fri, 6 03 2020
CWL Cardiff
LPL Liverpool
return from £496
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Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 20% more expensive in Manchester than in Bristol.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Manchester is 20% cheaper than a meal in Bristol.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi in Manchester costs roughly the same as in Bristol.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Manchester is 2% cheaper than in Bristol.

( Bristol airports
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 39 miles
) Manchester airports
  • ? Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
  • ? Birmingham Intl (BHX)
    How far from city centre: 74 miles
  • ? Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
L Distance: 140 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Bristol to Manchester

How long is the flight from Bristol to Manchester?

It's a mere 141 miles on the direct flight path from Bristol and Manchester. The flight duration is approximately 1 hour and 5 minutes.

What are the most important things to pack in my suitcase when travelling to Manchester?

When travelling to Manchester, make sure you have a camera packed. This charming city is full of sightseeing opportunities and has some of England's most beautiful and historical architecture. In tandem with your camera, a current guidebook is recommended for planning an itinerary for your city break. Manchester is rich with culture and is home to world-class museums, music venues, and restaurants.

Which airlines fly from Bristol to Manchester?

There are two airlines that passengers on which passengers can take domestic flights from Bristol to Manchester.

  • Aurigny — one of Britain's oldest and most reliable airlines.
  • FlyBe — Europe's largest independent airline.

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When are the best times to fly from Bristol to Manchester?

  • Travel to Manchester in December to celebrate the holidays in style. Mancunians take the festive season seriously and the whole city is kitted out with lights, food stalls, and decorations. Visit the Christmas markets, located at the historic Town Hall, and indulge in a mulled wine or hot chocolate. Don’t forget to pack warmly, as it can get very chilly up North.
  • July in Manchester is one of the city's most exciting months. Manchester’s International Festival is in full swing and locals and visitors have the chance to see world-class art and performances all over the city. Find the festival schedule online and plan your visit around all the concerts, performances, and exhibitions that are a must-see for you.
  • If you enjoy warm weather, August is a great time to visit Manchester. Festivals and events are a regular occurence and Manchester's Pride celebration attracts thousands, from near and far. Make sure to catch the spectacular Pride parade as it makes its way through the city centre. August is also the start of football season, giving the city a sense of excitement. This is a great time to visit the National Football Museum or take a tour of the Etihad or Old Trafford stadiums.

Airports in Bristol

Bristol Airport is the commercial airport serving the city of Bristol and it is here you will catch your flight to Manchester. Bristol Airport has just one terminal and 16 gates.

Useful information about Bristol Airport

How to get to the airport:

  • By bus — 35 to 40 minutes from Bristol City Centre on the Airport Flyer Express Bus.
  • By taxi — 20 to 25 minutes.

Services: Open 24/7, two hours free use of Wi-Fi, printing services, pre-booked shower access, shops, baby changing facilities, baggage wrapping, porter services, luggage weighing, smoking areas, numerous bars, coffee shops, and food outlets.

Airports in Manchester

Manchester Airport serves the City of Greater Manchester, and is about 14km from the city centre. There are three terminals, so if you're getting picked up, be sure to check which terminal you are flying into in advance.

How to get from the airport to the city:

  • By Train — 20 minutes on the TransPennine Express or Northern Rail trains, which run every 10 minutes, seven days a week.
  • By bus — 25 to 30 minutes on a multitude of public bus lines running at regular intervals 24 hours a day.
  • By tram — Metrolink trams typically run every 12 minutes, with varying times to all different parts of Manchester. Check ahead for travel times on public holidays.
  • By taxi — 25 to 30 minutes.

Services: Open 24/7, 60 minutes of free use of Wi-Fi, multi-faith prayer rooms, airport parking, shops, baby changing facilities, security fast track, smoking area in Terminal 1, numerous bars, coffee shops, and food outlets.

What to do and visit in Manchester

  • Take advantage of the Arndale Shopping Centre.
  • See a concert at the Manchester Arena, one of Europe's largest arenas.
  • Visit the Science and Industry Museum.
  • Take a tour of Manchester United's football ground, Old Trafford.
  • Check out the exhibitions at the world-class Whitworth Art Gallery.
  • Make a trip to the National Football Museum.
  • Grab your camera and visit the spectacular Manchester Cathedral.
  • Soak up some culture at The John Rylands Library.
  • Visit Media City and take a behind-the-scenes tour.
  • Stroll through the trendy Northern Quarter.
  • Go skiing or snowboarding indoors at the Chill Factore.
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