Exeter Airport Driving Directions
The Exeter international airport is about five miles away from the city centre of Exeter-Devon at Clyst Honiton. The airport is rather small and not very busy hence getting in and out of the airport is hassle free procedure. The airport is surrounded by a well planned web of high ways. There is one A30 carriage way connected to the airport that leads straight into the city centre as well as off to the north east side of England. The other highway is M5 that connects to midlands and Bristol.
The A30 is at the west side of the airport where as the M5 is at the east side about 2.4 kilometers away. Both highways are connected to the parking areas of the airport, the long stay premium and the long stay standard parking areas, which are managed by different parking agencies. These two are the only major routes leading to airport and from airport. When coming from Exeter city the passengers are advised to leave with ample amount of time at hand as there are always chances of meeting up with traffic jam ay A30 route, especially at the evening time. Cars getting in to the airport are pretty simple.
You can get dropped off at the airport at short stay car parking area in front of the terminal or can actually put your car in trusted management of car parking agencies till your return. Taking off on road from the airport on car is probably the best way to travel with green plain lands on either side of the road lets your mind run free and give a salutary and remedial essence, especially for tourists who are here for a break, this proves to be a perfect get away in midst of refreshing green famous meadows of England.