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Where can I fly to?
Romance awaits in the world-famous French capital
Enviable art scene and world famous nightlife in the heart of the Netherlands
Beautiful beaches, picturesque promenades, fiery festivals and vibrant nightlife
Picturesque beaches and panoramic views of the Black Sea coast
Historic architecture, modern marinas and vibrant nightlife in Algarve’s capital
The Southern tip of Switzerland’s Lac Léman
Discover the capital of the French Alps
Resorts, markets and museums along the stunning bays and beaches of Costa del Sol
Island escape with crystal seas, quaint villages, quiet coves and famous nightclubs
Festive family fun in this exclusive one-off package experience for winter 2024
Experience the magic of Sønderborg in our exclusive one-off premium package this August
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Check out our advice
What time does check-in open?
Where can I drop someone off?
You can drop off or pick up passengers in our Short Stay car park, but charges do apply. There is also a free of charge pick up/drop off facility for up to 15 minutes available in our Long Stay 3 car park.
What ID do I need to check-in?
This is down to your airline but there are general rules. For European and international travel, a valid passport is required. You should refer to the Government website for passport rules when travelling to Europe. For some countries your passport will need to be valid for at least six months after your intended return and you may also need a visa.
Before travelling, check your destination country’s entry requirements and allow enough time to renew your passport and/or apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. It is also worth carrying additional photographic ID separate from your passport. More information can be found on gov.uk.