Exeter Airport celebrated its 60th Diamond Anniversary during July 1998 and nearly a year later Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal officially opened Exeter Airport's new arrivals building on 2 June 1999. A welcoming ceremony took place by Chairman Richard Westlake and Managing Director Geoff Myers as well as a tour of the new facility. The new arrivals facility included separate domestic and international arrival areas as well as improved waiting facilities for meeting and greeting passengers.
Directions by Car
Exeter airport is just 5 miles east of the city centre. From the city centre take the B3183 to the M5 Junction 29, and then take the A30 east and follow signs to the airpor
The long stay car parking at Exeter airport can be found in Car Parks 3 and 4 at a rate of £60 for 6 to 7 day stays
Directions by Train
Exeter St Davids Station is the main train station in the city. Direct trains run to and from London Paddington, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham. Call National Rail for more details. The airport is served by major train operators and is situated close to the following stations