Flights to Rhyl
Manchester International Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are the closest airports to Rhyl. Manchester Airport is just over 60 miles away and Liverpool is 55 miles with easy access by car, bus and train from either starting point. Once your flight has landed you will only be a short journey away from seaside and golden sandy beaches.
Travel by train or bus from the airports to Rhyl takes around two hours, but a taxi or hire car journey cuts that time in half, so could be the best option. Avoid any hassle when you land after your flight by arranging car hire with Expedia in advance.
Rhyl from Manchester International Airport
There are 75 different airlines providing 3,000 international flights and over 2,000 domestic flights to and from Manchester every week. There are nonstop flights into Manchester from nearly 200 cities across the globe, so if you plan to holiday in Rhyl this airport is a useful place to start.
Before you travel to Rhyl, you could spend some time in the vibrant city of Manchester — the perfect contrast to a traditional seaside holiday. In Manchester there is huge range of hotels and eateries to choose from, to suit every pocket and taste. The city's stunning architecture and thriving cultural scene make it well worth a visit.
By car, the drive to Rhyl takes just over an hour via the M56 and well-signposted A-roads. You could visit the fascinating city of Chester en route.
Rhyl from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
If you are wanting to travel to Rhyl via Liverpool John Lennon Airport there are a total of 233 flights into Liverpool every week, including nonstop flights from 42 cities throughout the world, especially Europe and North Africa.
Why not stop off in Liverpool after your flight before you travel onward to Rhyl? It is a city of contrasts with something for everyone: there’s museums and art galleries, two stunning cathedrals, world-famous football teams and stadiums, the Beatles and, of course, that ferry across the Mersey. Hotels or other accommodation are easy to find whatever your choice of area or price range.
By car, the drive to Rhyl takes a little over an hour, via A-roads and a short stretch on the M56.
When to Book a Flight to the Rhyl Area
Rhyl, as a popular seaside resort, is at its busiest in the summer months and school holidays. For families and people who enjoy the more traditional holiday pursuits, like paddling, donkey rides and building sandcastles, the summer is the time to go.
However, out of season, Rhyl still has a lot to offer. Seaside towns in the winter months have a special feel all of their own, not to mention bracing sea air and windswept walks along the prom, so if you want to avoid the crowds, choose a flight between October to March.