Serving the historic Norfolk region of England, Norwich Airport is a relatively small airport with minimal facilities, though it handles something like half a million passengers each year with relative ease. Though there are no exciting amenities and the airport has only a few shops and restaurants to entertain passengers with, most travellers report a pleasant experience.
There are plenty of commuter flights to Norwich Airport from UK airports such as Manchester, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Exeter, and budget carriers offer cheap flights to holiday destinations in Europe such as Ibiza, Tenerife, Corfu, Palma de Mallorca and Dalaman.
The airport is situated just over three miles (5km) north of the city of Norwich.
Getting to the city
Abellio Greater Anglia and East Midlands Trains run rail services to Norwich city, and the Norwich rail station is located in the city centre, which can be accessed by either taxi or bus. Local buses offer a service from Cromer Road, which is within walking distance of the airport, to the city centre. Taxis are also available.
GMT (GMT +1 between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October).
Tel: +44 1603 411923.
Car rental companies operating at the airport include Avis, Hertz and Europcar.
Norwich Airport Taxis are the official taxi service operating at the airport and the taxi rank is outside the front of the main terminal building.
Facilities at the airport include foreign exchange, an executive lounge, an airport hotel, first aid facilities, information counter, duty-free shopping, a cafe, and a bar and cafeteria. Travellers should note that the airport is a smoke-free zone.
Short-term parking costs Â£6 per day. Long-term parking costs Â£5.75 per day.
Free WiFi is avaliable throughout the terminal.
Passengers can make use of the Executive Lounge, which offers internet, phone, fax and copying services, as well as newspapers, refreshments and television.
Norwich Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.