Bristol Airport Business Facilities

Why use an Executive Lounge?

Escape from crowded airport terminals and enjoy all of the benefits of an airport Lounge, irrespective of the airline you are travelling with or class of travel. Whether travelling for business or leisure, customers can enjoy:

For further information and to book visit Executive Lounges

There are two business lounges run by Servisair and British Airways.

The terminal also offers a business express channel. Frequent flyers have the opportunity to join the Navigator Scheme, which offers many on airport benefits.

Servisair Lounge

Executive Lounges

The Cabot lounge is named after John Cabot the explorer who set sail from Bristol. It is situated on the mezzanine level, through security control.

Facilities include: Fax, internet, e-mail, telephones, T.V, credit card phone, complimentary drinks and newspapers.

The lounge is non smoking and only children over 12 years of age are permitted.

Book NowCost is £16 for 3 hours.

Opening Hours:
Sun - Fri 5am - 8.30pm
Sat 5am - 6.00pm

British Airways Lounge

Executive Lounges

To enter the British Airways executive lounge you require British Airways Gold or Silver cards, BA flights with Club Europe Tickets only or OneWorld cardholders of the Sapphire & Emerald cards only.

Catch up on some work or simply unwind and relax with a drink and a snack before your flight.

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday 5am - 8.30pm
Saturday 5am - 6pm
Sunday 8am - 8.30pm

Priority Pass

Priority Pass is the world's largest independent airport lounge access program offering members access to over 600 lounges worldwide. The benefit of being a member of Priority Pass is that you can get either free or discounted entry to airport lounges, regardless of your airline or ticket type. There are 3 different type of membership, each offering a different price plan. They are as follows:

Visitors can get 10% off annual membership here.

Priority Pass members can use the Cabot lounge at Bristol airport.