There are many options for transportation, including Bursledon railway station with routes to Portsmouth Harbour (via Fareham) and Southampton Central. Southampton Parkway has regular services to London Waterloo (Via Winchester and Basingstoke), Bournemouth & Weymouth, Reading, Manchester, Birmingham & Edinburgh; these stations give you opportunities to then access all parts of the UK. Hedge End station also provides a commuter service to Eastleigh, Winchester and London which is 15 minutes in the car.

Southampton airport is approximately 15 minutes drive from Bursledon providing regular flights to most major airports in the UK and Europe, the main operator is Fly Be. 

Bournemouth International is about 40 minutes by car and both Easy Jet and Ryan air operate from there, they provide services to Europe and also have occasional charter flights to the West Indies. Both airports offer clients private executive jet hire services, particularly suitable for business people requiring a more exclusive service.

London Heathrow airport is approximately and hour and a quarter by car and London Gatwick around an hour and forty-five minutes drive, if wishing to use alternative UK and European airlines and routes or travelling further afield with their Intercontinental flights.

There are also several flying schools for budding aviators who wish to gain their private pilot’s license, house and maintain their aircraft or simply keep up their flying hours by hiring when need be. These facilities are at Bournemouth and Southampton airports, or at Lee-On-The-Solent (HMS Daedalus) which also has a gliding club.

If wishing to travel to France or Spain by motor vehicle there are regular ferry services from Portsmouth Harbour, Poole and Weymouth. 

The Isle of Wight has ferry (Includes cars) and high speed catamaran services to Southampton from Cowes, Ryde from Portsmouth using either the hovercraft or high speed catamaran services, Fishbourne by ferry (Includes Cars) and Yarmouth from Lymington.

The Port of Southampton is a major passenger and cargo port located to the west of Bursledon and approximately twenty minutes journey by car. It benefits from a sheltered location and unique "double tides". Owned and operated by Associated British Ports since 1982, the port is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK.

Road transport includes the following major routes: M27, A27, M3, A34 and bus routes provide regular services to Southampton, Fareham & Gosport, the latter drops you off at Portsmouth Harbour where there is a regular passenger ferry service to Portsmouth and Gun Wharf. 

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