When the luggage is packed and youre all set for your travels, there is only one thing left to organise - how to get to the airport? Norwich International Airport is served by good transport links, but in terms of convenience, comfort and practicality, taking your own car is hard to beat.
Parking at the airport doesnt have to break the bank either with Norwich Drop and Go Parking you can pay just £58 for eight days. That is less than you might pay for a return train ticket if you are coming from a distance.
In case you want to explore alternative transport options, here are the other options available.
National Express East Anglia run long distance trains to Norwich. However, the airport isnt directly served by a station; you have to alight at Norwich rail station and take a 20 minute taxi ride in order to get to the terminal. If you are carrying a lot of luggage, then this could make the journey a stressful one.
You can take coaches or the 27 bus to Norwich Airport. However, the 27 has a limited timetable and doesnt stop directly at the airport. While it is only a short walk from the bus stop, this could seem like a real struggle if you are tired and jetlagged after your return flight.
Taxis allow you to avoid the crowds that you would otherwise have to face on trains and buses. But they can be costly and you have to be ready to go when the taxi turns up. Norwich Airport parking on the other hand, allows you to leave the very moment youre sure that youre good to go.