In Scotland we’ll find airports such as Aberdeen, Edinburg, Glasgow, Prestwick and inverness, we are going to analyse each one of them, and if you need further information you can visit the section dedicated to each airport in Scotland on our website:
Situated only 11 kilometres away from the city, this airport has all the necessary services to make our stay more comfortable, restaurants, cafes, shops or places to buy magazines and newspapers.
To get to Aberdeen airport we have different options:
The nearest train station to the airport is Dyce, from where you can catch a train that connects to Aberdeen station.
If you are planning to get to Aberdeen airport by bus bear in mind that during the weekends the service is less frequent.
It’s not the cheapest option but it is the most comfortable, unless we’re going in our own vehicle. The taxi rank is situated opposite the terminal.
Aberdeen airport’s official website:
Edinburg airport is situated 13 kilometres away from the city. This airport has all the services that we may need like a cash machine, a tourist office, restaurants, cafes and shops to do a bit of shopping.
From Edinburg station, Waverly, is well communicated with the airport. Once you get to Waverly station you can catch a bus to the airport’s terminal of departures.
If we wish we can catch a bus to Edinburg airport, there are several lines like the Airlink 100 and the Jet Service 747 that connects with the Inverkeithing train station and the bus station of Ferrytoll Park and Ride.
If you prefer to avoid taking your own vehicle using the parking you can take a taxi to Edinburg airport.
Edinburg airport’s official website: http://www.edinburghairport.com/
This airport has everything you may need while you wait for your flight to Malaga, you can eat in one of its restaurants, have something in the cafe or buy a magazine or newspaper to entertain yourself during the flight.
To get to Glasgow airport we have different options:
The nearest station is the one on Paisley-Golmour Street, at 1.5 kilometres away from the airport, it has a bus stop from where the buses connect to the airport frequently, as well as a taxi rank.
There are buses that connect with the centre of the city that run every 10 minutes.
If you are travelling with a lot of luggage and you do not wish to use private parking at the airport for your own car, perhaps a taxi is the best option.
Glasgow airport’s official website: http://www.glasgowairport.com/
This airport is situated a bit further away from the centre of the city, 52 kilometres away. It has all the services you may need like a place to buy magazines or newspapers for the flight, a restaurant or cafe where to have something to eat or drink while you wait to board.
To get to Prestwick airport we can use the following ways of transport:
The train station is situated by the airport and the journey from the centre of the city takes about 50 minutes. Bear in mind that all travellers that can prove their flight, can get discounts of 50% off the price of the train, all you need to do is show the controller your flight confirmation and your ID with a photo.
There is a bus company (Stagecoach Western) that connects with Glasgow bus station (also known as Buchanan Street Station) and the journey takes about 50 minutes.
Prestwick airport’s official website: http://www.glasgowprestwick.com
There are no flights to Malaga from this airport but there are to other destinations in the UK and Amsterdam with Easyjet and FlyBe. This airport is situated 13 kilometres away from the centre of the city and has all the necessary services to make our stay at the airport more comfortable.
If we decide to catch a train to get to Inverness airport, the nearest station is the one in the centre of the city, from where we must catch a route bus or a taxi.
Official website of the airport: www.invernessairport.co.uk
If you need help to plan your journey in Scotland, you can use the Traveline official website: www.travelinescotland.com
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