Helpful Exeter Airport Information
Although quite a small airport, Exeter definitely doesn't under deliver on the services and facilities on offer.
The shops, restaurants & bars, currency exchange and business facilities, will give you everything you need for the perfect start to your trip, whether it’s business or pleasure.
Passengers are also lucky enough to be able to enjoy amazing views of the whole airfield at the fantastic Airview Bar, whilst enjoying a nice refreshing drink.
Once through departures, you’ll have the opportunity to delve into the World Duty Free store, where you can find a myriad of great offers on fragrances, cosmetics, alcohol, tobacco and designer handbags, jewellery, watches and more.
They also offer a Buy & Collect service for all passengers travelling within the EU, so you can bag plenty of bargains before you go and simply collect them on your return.
Now there’s no need to feel limited by baggage space! There’s also a WH Smith airside so you can pick up any travel necessities you’ve forgotten or stock up on a good book or magazine and some sweets to get you through the flight.
Eating & Drinking
With an airside restaurant, bar and cafe, passengers can enjoy a whole host of refreshments to suit their tastes. Tuck into a nice hot meal or light snack in the restaurant that will set you up for the flight ahead.
Head through the restaurant to access the Airview bar where you can enjoy a coffee or alcoholic beverage whilst watching the planes take off in front of you.
The airside café also offers a wide selection of refreshments too with barista Italian coffees and hot and cold sandwiches, pastries and cakes. There really is something to suit everyone here.
Exeter Airport Lounges
If you want to start your journey off in style, why not book into the Exeter Airport Executive Lounge. It’s the ideal spot to enjoy a little peace and quiet or catch up on work before you fly.
The Executive Lounge offers many perks for the discerning traveler who wants to feel the benefits of traveling in luxury. Enjoy complimentary tea, coffees and alcoholic beverages, although there’s a limit of two alcoholic drinks per person, plus free Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines.
It’s also worth noting if you’re travelling with children, that the Executive Lounge doesn’t allow children under 12 in. Also, be sure to dress for the occasion.
The lounge operates a smart dress code, so, make sure the shorts and flip-flops are securely locked away in your suitcase! Why not take a look at our Exeter airport lounges page for lots more information and video walkthroughs.
Car Parking at Exeter Airport
When looking to drive to Exeter Airport and park your car, you can choose between on-site parking or the meet and greet service.
Some the on-site parking facilities are within walking distance of the terminal, and the ones that are not, are only a few minutes away on the free shuttle bus.
The meet and greet service has fast become one of the most convenient ways of parking a car at Exeter Airport. You drive to the terminal where a professional driver will take your car to a secured compound. When you fly back to Exeter Airport, you will be met by the driver with the keys to your car.
To learn more about the different options available when considering using a car park at Exeter Airport or to compare prices, please visit our Exeter Airport Parking page.
Hotels at Exeter Airport
There is a popular selection of Exeter Airport Hotels to stay in before your flight. They include Fair Oak House and Hampton by Hilton.
The Fair Oak House hotel is only 100 metres from Exeter’s airport terminal. To see what hotels are available near Exeter Airport and compare the prices, please visit our Exeter Airport Hotels page.
If you want to beat the queues for security, Exeter Airport do offer a Fast Track Security Service. For the price of £4, you can hit the fast lane and enjoy more time in the departure lounge.
Currently, this service is only available if you buy a voucher at the Information Desk, but a pre-book service is soon to be available.