We can cater for group or individual transfers between any point of entry to the UK or Ireland and a designated destination. We are able to advise on journey times and can arrange panoramic sightseeing tours of the arrival city before arrival at your destination. Assistance on arrival can be arranged through our Travel Partners to help you locate your coach and driver. On departure day, groups and luggage are collected from the designated pick up point and transferred directly to the airport of departure. We are happy to advise on the necessary journey time.

The map below shows the location of some important airports in the UK and Ireland. You will see the name and a brief description of each airport by holding your mouse over each location.

Map of UK Airports Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) - 7 miles from Aberdeen, also important as a heliport Glasgow Airport(GLA) - located about 8 miles from central Glasgow and 54 miles from Edinburgh Edinburgh Airport (EDI) - about 7 miles from central Edinburgh Prestwick Airport (PIK) - Located about 32 miles from Glasgow and about 77 miles from central Edinburgh Dublin Airport (DUB) - 7 miles from central Dublin Shannon Airport (SNN) - Located a couple of miles from Shannon, this airport is the gateway to the west of Ireland John Lennon Airport (LPL) - This airport serves Liverpool and is located about 11 miles from its city centre Manchester Airport (MAN) - 10 miles from central Manchester East Midlands (EMA) - this airport is located close to the cities of Derby, Leicester and Nottingham Birmingham Airport (BHX) - located about 15 miles from central Birmingham Cardiff Airport  (CWL). Originally used as a base to train RAF Spitfire pilots this airport is located 
13 miles from Cardiff Bristol Airport  (BRS) - situated 8 miles from Bristol Newquay Airport  (NQY) is the only commercial airport serving cornwall and is about 5 miles from Newquay Newcastle Airport (NCL) - located about 7 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne Exeter Airport  (EXT) - this airport is located about 10 miles from the town of Exeter Southampton Airport  (SOU). This airport which has strong connections with the spitfire aircraft is about 5 miles from Southampton Stansted Airport  (STN) - originally built on a Roman burial site by the United States Airforce, the current airport opened in 1991 is located some 36 miles from the centre of London Luton Airport  (LTN) is located about 35 miles from central London Heathrow Airport  (LHR) is the worlds busiest international airport is about 45 minutes or 20 miles from the UK capital London City Airport (LCY), opened in 1987 this airport serves the City and east of London and is close to the location of the 2012 Olympic Games Gatwick Airport  (LGW) - the busiest single runway airport in the world and is located about 28 miles from central London


Although much care has been taken in collecting accurate information about each airport, the data is intended as a guide only. Hayward Travel will not be held responsible for any incorrect information.