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Fly Cruise Holidays

Cruise ships depart from ports all around the world and you need to be confident you’ll be at the departure port in good time to board your ship.


Well, we want your cruise to be as relaxed as possible – right from the moment you leave home. And what better way to start your holiday than with a short journey to an airport near you?


The UK has a number of regional airports and we can usually arrange your flight to the departure port from the one nearest to you. We sort out the most direct route with the minimum of transfers so you can relax and enjoy a trouble-free start to your exciting cruise holiday.


Call one of our cruise experts to see how we can help you get to your cruise ship hassle-free and ready for the delights and experiences that await on board.


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Aberdeen Airport is the gateway to Europe’s energy capital, serving more than three million travellers a year. It is the world’s busiest commercial heliport, transporting more than 500,000 passengers in support of the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Belfast International Airport is one of Nothern Ireland's major airports. Belfast Airport offers both scheduled and charter flights to a wide range of European and UK destinations.
Birmingham International Airport, handles millions of passengers every year and provides for the air transport needs of the West Midlands region.
Bristol Airport is located 8 south miles from the city centre. The airport is very accessible for car, bus and train travellers.
Cardiff Airport is 12 miles west of Cardiff and easily accessible for car, bus and train travellers. For car drivers, the airport is 10 miles from junction 33 on the M4.
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is at the centre of the Yorkshire and Humber region and is close to Doncaster, Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, York and Lincoln. A purpose built international airport, it commenced operation on April 2005 on the site of the former RAF Finningley air base.
Located in the heart of England, East Midlands Airport has a proud heritage. Every year, East Midlands Airport connects over 4.5 million passengers with the world, serving more than 90 destinations.
Scotland's capital airport, more than 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations and some nine million passengers a year pass through the airport
Exeter International Airport is situarted 5 miles from Exeter city centre and only 5 minutes from the M5 motorway. The airport has excellent transport links including bus services, taxi services, car rental and train services.
Glasgow Airport is Scotland's principal long-haul gateway, with year-round flights to Canada, the United States and the Gulf. Approximately 7 million passengers use the airport every year, flying to around 90 destinations worldwide.
As London's gateway to the world, Heathrow is very accessible for travellers. For car drivers Heathrow Airport is 15 miles west of central London and easily accessible from the M4 and M25 motorways. There are five terminals so it is worth checking which terminal you will be departing from.
Inverness Airport is the gateway to the highlands and is less than 30 minutes drive from Inverness city centre.
Leeds Bradford International Airport, located between Leeds, Bradford and Harrogate, offers a wide range of European destinations on a direct flight from Leeds Bradford Airport.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is an international airport serving the city of Liverpool and the North West of England.
London City Airport is the UK's leading business airport and is only six miles from the City of London. Located in East London and close to Canary Wharf, ExCel London and The O2 arena. London City Airport is accessible for holiday makers whether driving or using public transport.
Gatwick Airport is the UK’s second largest airport and the busiest single-runway airport in the world, serving about 33 million passengers every year. Only 29 miles south of London, the airport is very accessible with excellent public transport links.
London Luton Airport is one of London's major Airports, offering both scheduled and charter flights to a wide range of European and UK destinations.
London Stansted is Britain's third busiest airport, currently serving around 19 million passengers a year.
Manchester Airport is part of the Manchester Airport Group (MAG) and is the UK’s largest domestically-owned airport operator, with four airports – Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and Humberside – serving almost 24 million passengers a year
Newcastle International is the North East's largest airport, handling over five million passengers a year. The airport boasts a choice of over 85 destinations worldwide, which includes their first ever long-haul scheduled service to Dubai from Newcastle.
Set in the heart of East Anglia, the airport is just 4 miles from the historic city of Norwich has everything you would desire of a vibrant regional capital.
Plymouth City Airport is located just 4 miles drive from Plymouth City centre and ideally based for travellers heading to Plymouth Port to start their cruise holiday.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport is an international airport located on the edge of Prestwick, on the West Coast of Scotland and near to Ayr.
Scotland's Cruise Centre are experts in fly cruises from Scotland. Huge choice of airports, ships and itineraries available.
Southampton Airport links the South Coast with around 50 destinations across Europe and provides access to Southampton Port, home to several cruise lines and is located just outside the city.