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Flights to Weymouth, England from other parts of the United Kingdom range from about 2h-7h. If you book a direct flight from any city in the UK, your flight time will be on the shorter end of the spectrum. If your flight has a stopover or two along the way, your total flight time will likely be a few hours. Even though Manchester is geographically closer to Weymouth that Edinburgh, your flight from Manchester will be longer than a flight from Edinburgh, since there are regular direct flights to Weymouth from Edinburgh, while there are none that depart from Manchester.
You can book direct flights to Weymouth from several cities across the UK. easyJet provides several daily direct flights to Weymouth from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Newcastle, and Belfast. If you’re travelling from London to Weymouth, you may prefer to take a direct flight into Exeter Airport, which is about 100 km west of Weymouth or opt for a coach ride via National Express directly to Weymouth.
When you fly to Weymouth, you’ll actually alight at nearby Bristol Airport (BRS), which is about 112km north of Weymouth city centre. To reach Weymouth city centre from Bristol Airport, you can take the Airport Flyer Express bus to Bristol Temple Mead rail station, which connects via Great Western Railway to Weymouth city centre, for a journey that takes about three and a half hours and costs around £28. You can also take the Airport Flyer Express to Bristol coach station and switch to a National Express bus that will take you right to Weymouth city centre, for a journey time of about four hours and a fare of only about £6.50. If you’re flying into Exeter Airport and looking for a fast way into Weymouth, you can take a taxi for about £130 and journey time of about 70 minutes.
Weymouth is a popular seaside town in Dorset, along the English Channel coastline. There’s plenty to do and see here, whether on a business trip or a family holiday. Nothe Forte was erected in the 19th century to serve as a barrier to protect Portland Harbour, although nowadays it’s home to a beautiful garden and fascinating museum. At Sand World Sculpture Park, you can see an impressive array of pop culture figures lovingly crafted in real-life-size using only sand. Alexandra Gardens at Weymouth Beach is a must-go, providing classic British seaside town amusements, like arcade games, rides, and tasty noshes, set against a beautiful seaside backdrop.
Since Weymouth is a city in England, British citizens need neither a passport nor a visa to visit. However, valid government-issued photo identification is necessary to confirm your identification whilst flying, so be sure to bring your passport or driver’s license along on your holiday.