Humberside to Jersey is 503 miles, Humberside Airport is situated at Kirmington in the Borough of North Lincolnshire, England, 12 miles west of Grimsby and around 15 miles from both Kingston upon Hull and Scunthorpe, on the A18. The airport faces competition for flights from East Midlands Airport, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and Leeds Bradford International airport, all of these airport offer a substantially wider range of scheduled flights than Humberside Airport. Humberside Airport now offers flights to and from a growing list of domestic & international destinations. Many major airlines now operate from the airport offering passengers in the Hull region a real alternative to airports further afield. Many Airlines fly from Humberside Kirmington Airport to more many European & International destinations. Since Humberside Airport began life as a small north Lincolnshire airfield in 1941, it has grown to serve over half a million passengers a year.
North Lincolnshire is an area of rural tranquillity and remarkable natural beauty, where the rolling chalk of the Lincolnshire Wolds meets the lush Ancholme Valley and the unique Isle of Axholme. The past and present are never far apart and there are many attractions and places of interest within easy reach, linked by quiet country lanes and cycle routes. The lush Ancholme Valley has a series of walks, along riverbanks and through quite countryside. The slow flowing river is crossed by a series of quaint bridges, like Horkstow Bridge, a wood and stone suspension bridge, designed by Sir John Rennie in 1844. During the winter months the walks start at Baysgarth Park and explore the central area of Barton. Walk through this historic market town and meet the characters that form the myths and legends of Bartons past. The lovely Regency Hall with its elegant period interiors is set in 300 acres of beautiful parkland, gardens and pleasure grounds. Discover Lincolnshire’s rich rural heritage in the fascinating Farm Museum or take a relaxing walk through the woodland or deer park where herds of red and fallow deer peacefully graze. There is an adventure playground, nature trails and a host of special events and childrens activities throughout the year.