Confused? No wonder.
The answer is provided, ironically, not by First or by Traveline but by Bristol International Airport. Their timetable actually makes sense. Here is an fbb recreated extract.
** Bristolians have a habit of adding an "l" sound to certain words, hence "datal". For such a speaker, a dival might sing an arial about her pet pandal in act one of the operal.
The timetable information may be poor, but what is really good about the A1 (or is it the A2?) is that it is a virtual train. Although the National Rail timetable largely ignores it (except in a brief note), through ticketting is available from anywhere on the rail network and the service appears via the National Rail journey planner ...
E in the wrong place ...
T is on the diagram.
But expansion and change are on the way. Tomorrow we look at some of the developments, real and proposed, for public transport to the airport. Particulièrement pour les résidents de Paris.