Humberside Airport is located in North Lincolnshire, and serves the region around Grimsby, Kingston upon Hull and Scunthorpe. A small airport, the international Humberside offers an itinerary of flights around the country and across Europe, and lies within close to major cities, as well as picturesque countryside and a region of unspoilt coastline in the northeast. Airparks provide excellent Humberside Airport parking facilities at Humberside Airport.
There are plenty of duty-free bargains to be had when flying out of Humberside Airport, with Alpha Airport Shopping offering a host of items for those travelling through. A range of familiar brands are available, and a selection of wines, spirits, tobacco, confectionary, fragrances, skincare, cosmetics and electronic goods are on sale - all at attractive tax-free prices. For any last-minute reading or travel-related goods, there is also a WHSmith at the airport for your convenience.
Whether you are looking to grab a quick bite or sit down and enjoy a leisurely meal, Humberside Airport has a choice of options when you are waiting for your departure. The Food Village is the place for a range of hot and cold meals from Harry Ramsdens, O'Briens, Upper Crust and Delice de France, whilst the airport bar offers snacks and drinks. For a pre-flight tipple, visit the licensed Bar des Voyageurs, where you'll find an array of both alcoholic and soft drinks available.
There's free Wi-Fi within the terminal building, so you can stay in touch whilst you wait. For those needing some peace and quiet, escape the fast pace of the departure lounge and book yourself into the Executive Airport Lounge - a quiet haven, where you can enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks, as well as newspapers, magazines and TV's.
Humberside Airport is well-placed to visit the attractions of Lincolnshire, East Yorkshire and beyond, with regular trains to Doncaster, a bus service running between the airport and both Hull and Grimsby, and fast motorway links to major areas in the north and south.
Just 15 miles away from the airport, Hull is a large, historic city sitting on the Humber Estuary, with a vibrant marina and a busy ferry port, with regular crossings to Europe. Shopping in Hull includes a trip to the Princess Quay Centre, where you'll find 100 shops for your convenience, with local sights and attractions including Queens Gardens, The Deep, City Hall, Hull Maritime Museum, the Streetlife Museum, Wilberforce House and Ferens Art Gallery.
From the airport, you can also hire a car to explore the area, and visit the traditional market towns, such as Brigg, tour the quiet North Lincolnshire countryside for scenic walks and trips to the welcoming local pubs, or head to the East Coast and visit famed Blue Flag beaches such as Bridlington and Hornsea.