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Bournemouth Airport

Bournemouth International Airport

Bournemouth Airport lies on the northern edge of Bournemouth, one of Britain's most popular holiday resorts. The airport is only ten to fifteen minutes from the town centre and is served by an excellent road network.

Airport Code: BOH

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Bournemouth Airport

If you are travelling from London or anywhere along the M3 corridor simply take the M3 southbound towards Southampton. Where the M3 joins the M27 follow the westbound directions for Bournemouth.

Passengers travelling from the Sussex/Kent coast have direct access to the M27 via the A27. At its western end the M27 becomes the A31 dual carriageway as it crosses the New Forest.

Shortly after the town of Ringwood you will need to exit left onto the A338 dual carriageway and follow the signs for Bournemouth. Five miles along the A338 you will see the B3073 exit for Bournemouth Airport clearly signposted on your left.

The total journey time from the M25 to Bournemouth Airport can be as little as 75 minutes ! If you are travelling from the Midlands or the North of England we would recommend you head for Oxford and join the A34 dual carriageway. The A34 will take you south as far as Winchester at which point you should join the M3 southbound and follow the directions given above.  From the South West the most direct route is to head for Wimborne using the A35. On reaching Wimborne join the A31 and you will find the airport clearly marked.

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