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Bristol City Centre and Bristol Airport to Exeter
Save money when you travel on the Falcon with Stagecoach. It's much cheaper than getting from A to B via train, and we'll take you directly to Bristol Airport too. Take a look at how our prices compare with off-peak rail fares below.
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Falcon - Bristol Airport to Exeter
Falcon - Bristol Cabot Circus to Exeter
Off-Peak Train to Bristol Temple Meads**
Why fly by Falcon?
Need to travel from Exeter to Bristol?
Making a return journey, or simply need to head north rather than south. Our Falcon service runs from Exeter to Bristol too. View the Falcon bus times below.
How long does it take to travel from Bristol to Exeter with the South West Falcon?
On average, the journey from Bristol to Exeter takes 2 hours 5 minutes. 18 buses operate per day between Monday and Thursday, and 19 buses a day between Friday and Sunday.
Is this a direct service from Bristol to Exeter?
The Falcon is a direct service meaning no changes are required.
What is the distance between Bristol and Exeter?
The distance between Bristol Cabot Circus and Exeter Sowton Park and Ride is 85 miles.
What time is the first bus from Exeter to Bristol?
The first bus from Bristol departs at 1:30.