The resident discount is applicable to Spanish citizen or citizen of another European Union Member State or a State that is part of the Agreement on the European Economic Area and (Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and you can demonstrate that You are a resident of the Balearic Islands or Canary Islands or the cities of Ceuta and Melilla. If all passengers cannot prove the condition of residing in the Balearic Islands, Ceuta or Melilla reservations must be made separately.
Ceuta and Melilla residents are entitled to a discount on fares when the journey begins or finishes at Malaga, Jerez or Seville or vice-versa.Large family discount
The Order of the Ministry of Public Works 3837/2006 establishes the subsidy of domestic air fares to members of Spanish large families. Accordingly, members of large families that have been declared as such (under Article 12 of Act 40/2003 of 18 November regarding the protection of Large Families) may benefit from a fare reduction on standard national fare rates. In order to obtain the discount You must show: Official Certificate of Large Family (whether individual or collective) issued by the Autonomous Community; and an identification document
The discount is applicable, upon the beneficiary specific request, on tickets for domestic routes for regular and low cost flights issued in and within the Spanish territory. Affects to all public fares that the value is shown on the ticket, with the exception of business (avant class), on which the discount will be limited to the bonus applicable to the tourist class tourist
Large family concession will be applicable on tickets for routes within the Spanish territory
Members of large families that have been officially recognized by this condition may profit from the following reductions.
Remember that the large family discount will be applied once the booking is done. The amount that you will see on the web is excluding the discount. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
London is served by five airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stanstead, Luton and London City. Heathrow: Is located approximately 20 miles to the west of central London and is the busiest of the five. It currently has five terminals and excellent communication links to central London. Gatwick: Is located 30 miles to the south of London, it has two terminals from which 70 airlines fly to over 200 worldwide destinations. Stansted: Is located 35 miles to the north-east of London and is considered the city's third major airport. London City: Is located 10 miles to the east of London and offers regular airlines to more than 20 European cities. London Luton: Is located 30 miles north of London, it offers good transport links both to the city and the rest of the country.
Exeter International Airport is located 4 miles (6.4 km) east of the city of Exeter and is approximately 170 miles (270 km) south west of London. To the south, it is connected by the A30 dual carriageway which can be accessed from the east and the M5 in the west, just 1.5 miles (2.4 km) away. The M5 enables good links with Bristol and the Midlands.
There is no railway station at the airport, and the closest station is Pinhoe railway station. Exeter St Davids railway station has a bus link and is therefore easier for passengers using the airport.