Looking for information about Norwich airport? Well it's right at your fingertips with our guide. Norwich airport offers both domestic and international scheduled flight every year with destinations ranging from Jersey and Crete to Croatia and Italy.
There are plenty of facilities to enjoy before you fly, including a cafeteria, a bar, an executive lounge and duty free shops.
The airport has meet and greet parking, so you can leave your car in safe hand - we recommend booking in advance.
Norwich airport is a modern regional airport serving Norwich and East Anglia. The airport is four miles north of Norwich city centre. If you're travelling by car the airport is easily accessible via the A140.
For detailed directions and a map visit our Norwich airport directions page
Why turn up and pay more than you have to to park at Norwich airport, when you can pre-book with Holiday Extras and save money? We offer Drop & Go, the name speaks for itself. Drop your car off at the terminal to one of the chauffeurs, leave it in safe hands while you're away, then you'll be met on your return. We also have covered parking with Drop & Go undercover parking.
The National Express East Anglia rail service runs to Norwich from London Liverpool Street. First Eastern Counties buses offer one service to the airport - the number 27 bus. On Sundays and public holidays the bus goes to the airport, but from Monday to Saturday it stops at Hellesdon, which is within walking distance.
For more information about baggage restrictions including hand luggage allowance and liquid containers, see our Norwich baggage and security page.
Norwich International Airport launching tours of airfield | Remember to book your parking in advance here
Norwich International Airport launching tours of airfield
Norwich based company, Grand UK Holidays, are recruiting | Remember to book your parking in advance here
Norwich based company Grand UK Holidays, are recruiting
Eagle-eyed engineers avert air disaster
Two electrical engineers at Norwich international airport averted a potential tragedy when they alerted a pilot to a safety breach.