Exeter International Airport (EXT)
Facilities and Services
Exeter International Airport is the main aerial gateway, not only to Exeter and Devon, but to the entire south-west part of England. As such, the airport is very busy and it serves more than half a million passengers each year, a number which is steadily increasing.
Despite the number of visitors, the terminal is currently a single level building, although future redevelopment work is scheduled. Arrivals and Baggage Reclaim are situated at one end of the terminal, while Departures and Ticketing are located at the other end.
Even though the airport is fairly small and compact, Exeter International Airport offers a wide range of facilities and amenities. The terminal has business and conference facilities, Wi-Fi Internet access, a bureau de change, ATM machines, a travel agent, great duty-free shopping, the excellent Food Village and extensive disabled facilities.
Airport Information Desks
Tel: +44 1392 367 433
Exeter International Airport is small, compact and easy to get around when not overcrowded with holidaymakers. Arrivals and Baggage Reclaim is situated at one end of the terminal building, while Departures and Ticketing is located at the other end. There is a bureau de change, ATM machines, conference rooms, Internet access points, Wi-Fi Internet, the Food Village, a bar and a café as well as a great selection of duty-free and regular shopping outlets. A travel agent, tourist information desk and airport information counter are all provided in the central part of the terminal. Information, security and medical staff at Exeter International Airport are consistently given praise for their helpfulness. Some useful numbers include:
Airport Main Switchboard - +44 1392 367 433
Airport Lost and Found - +44 1392 354 909
Airport Police - +44 1392 367 433
Tourist Information Desk - +44 1392 446 446
Shopping Information - +44 1392 447 502
Paging - +44 1392 367 433
Airport Shuttle - +44 1392 367 433
Parking Information - +44 1392 367 433
Airport Restaurants - +44 1392 368 744
Shops, Duty-Free and Retail Outlets
Exeter International Airport has some great duty-free bargains in its Alpha Airport Shopping mall. Popular items include spirits and cigarettes, perfume, cosmetics and skincare, sunglasses, fashion accessories, watches, leather goods and confectionery. World News offers a wide selection of print media as well as books, CDs and gifts.
Bars, Cafés and Restaurants
EXT terminal has an excellent Food Village with a great range of options. Outlets include Village Grill, Upper Crust Baguettes and Tastte! Sandwiches. There are also two café/bars, one facing the airstrip and the other away from the airport. Both feature a quality selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as well as light meals
Currency Exchange, Communications and Banking Facilities
Exeter International Airport has limited banking facilities. A bureau de change offers currency conversion, while ATM machines allow withdraws. There are no full-service banking facilities at the airport. Telephones are fitted throughout the terminal and there is Wi-Fi Internet access as well as Internet kiosks. The terminal has no post office.
Business and Conference Facilities
The airport has a 40-person conference room available for booking, which can be fitted with the latest multimedia equipment. Catering can also be arranged. Reservations can be made by calling: +44 1392 367 433. Additionally, there are many hotels in the surrounding area that can cater to conferences and business meeting needs, in particular the Exeter Thistle Hotel (8 km / 5 miles away) and the Salston Manor Hotel (10 km / 6 miles away).
Exeter International Airport fully complies with DDA standards. There are plenty of convenient disabled parking spaces located in each of the airport's four parking lots and once inside the terminal, visitors with special needs will find modified toilets, telephones and paging systems as well as polite and helpful airport staff. Persons with special needs should contact the airport information desk if they require assistance, so that arrangements can be made to accommodate their needs. Individual airlines can organise wheelchairs and assistance for persons with impaired mobility is available once the person is inside the terminal.