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Bournemouth Airport Code BOH

Airport Codes

IATA CODE BOH
ICAO CODE EGHH
FAA CODE N/A
WORLD AREA CODE 493
COUNTRY CODE GBR
ZIP CODE BH23 6SE
IATA METROPOLITAN CODE BOH

Airport coordinates

LAT / LON 50°46'47"N / -1°-50'-32"W

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Weather Observations

Station ID: EGHH
Observation Time: 24/05/2021 10:47 am

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About Bournemouth Airport Code

Bournemouth Airport code is BOH. This airport is located at a height of 12 meters above sea level. 

About Bournemouth Airport (BOH)

Bournemouth Airport (BOH Airport) nestled in the heart of southern England’s Bournemouth about 3.5 nautical miles northeast. This facility is also known as Hurn Airport (BOH) and Bournemouth International Airport (Bournemouth Airport Code BOH). 

Regional & City Airports (RCA) operates the facility. 

Bournemouth Airport (BOH) Runways

Bournemouth Airport (BOH Airport) is serviced by a single world-class runways: 

  • 08/26 2,271 m asphalt 
  • This runway handles 39,886 aircraft movements annually. 

Bournemouth Airport (BOH) Terminal

Bournemouth Airport (BOH) features a single terminal building that is equipped with all world-class facilities. 

Nearest Airports to Bournemouth Airport (BOH)

  • Southampton Airport 31 miles 
  • Alderney  Airport 76 miles 
  • Exeter International Airport 81 miles 
  • Bristol Airport 88 miles 
  • London Heathrow Airport 91 miles

Runway Data

Name Length Width Surface Lighted
08-26 7,451 ft 151 ft Asphalt Yes

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where is Bournemouth Airport located?

Bournemouth Airport, having the Bournemouth Airport code, is located on the outskirts of Hurn hamlet in Christchurch Borough. This airport is 4 miles or 6 kilometres to the north of Bournemouth City. It is situated 1 mile or 1.6 kilometres to the west of A338 and around 100 miles or 160 kilometres to the south of London.

Are planes still parked at Bournemouth Airport?

Yes, planes can still be parked during the COVID-19 Pandemic at Bournemouth Airport. Approximately, there are more than 30 British Airways planes that are stranded at Bournemouth Airport (BOH Airport code). These flights were stranded throughout the COVID-19 epidemic. Furthermore, there have also been Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340s that are stationed at this airport.

Which airport is nearest to Bournemouth?

Many airports are nearer to Bournemouth City. However, the nearest airport to Bournemouth is Bournemouth Airport. It has got a specific airport postcode used for identifying the airport. The Bournemouth Airport postcode is BH23 6SE. This airport is located 4.5 miles away from the city of Bournemouth.

Can you fly to Crete from Bournemouth?

No, currently, there are no direct flights available that fly directly to Crete from Bournemouth. However, there are interconnecting flights that fly from Bournemouth Airport having Bournemouth International Airport code. 

Does Bournemouth Airport have a lounge?

Yes, an executive lounge is available at Bournemouth Airport (Bournemouth Southern England Airport code). On June 1, 2019, Bournemouth Airport inaugurated its first Executive Lounge. You always have the option of making a reservation in advance at the lounge. The airport’s website offers pre-booking of the lounge for £21.95 per person.

Can you fly from Glasgow to Bournemouth?

No, currently, passengers cannot fly from Glasgow to Bournemouth. This is because there have been no direct flights between Glasgow and Bournemouth. Flights from Glasgow to Bournemouth Airport are available through Aer Lingus and Flybe. There are certain other flights too from these airlines that fly from Glasgow to this airport, having the Bournemouth Airport code. However, these flights have one stopover in Dublin City.

How many runways does Bournemouth Airport have?

Bournemouth Airport, along with its BOH Airport code, constitutes one runway. This runway is lighted, and it is made up of an asphalt surface. The size of this runway is 7,451 feet. The name of BOH Airport’s runway is 08-26.

Who owns Bournemouth Airport?

Bournemouth Airport, identified by its Bournemouth International Airport code, is owned by Rigby Group PLC. Operating expenses from ongoing operations increased by £398.3 million to £2.77 billion for Rigby Group PLC who purchased this airport in 2017.

When did Bournemouth Airport open?

Bournemouth Airport (Bournemouth Airport ICAO code) was opened in 1941. In the former years, the airport was known as RAF Hurn. This airport’s commercial flights began running in the late 1950s. Furthermore, this airport handled a massive amount of passengers. It handled over 700,000 passengers specifically in 2019. It is a hub for Ryanair and TUI flights.

Is there a viewing area at Bournemouth Airport?

Following the demands from the airport passengers, Bournemouth Airport (BOH Airport code) has unveiled its new designated viewing area. Views of the eastern side of the BOH Airport’s runway are available from this viewing area. Local aircraft lovers can also utilize this area.

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