ARRIVING BY AIR – ABERDEEN Flying in to Aberdeen would be our recommendation for those travelling from outside Scottish borders. Aberdeen Airport (ABZ), at Dyce in the north of the city, serves a number of domestic and international destinations. Being the Oil Capital of Europe, Aberdeen has an International Airport and has direct links to Europe:
i. Norway (Bergen, Stavanger, & Oslo)
ii. Netherlands (Amsterdam Schiphol)
iii. Germany (Frankfurt)
iv. France (Paris Charles de Gaul)
v. Ireland (Dublin) vi. Switzerland (Geneva)
Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) also has many internal UK links:
i. London (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton & Stanstead)
iv. Leeds / Bradford
Travel to Aberdeen city centre
Aberdeen Airport is seven miles north-west of the city centre, on the A96 near Dyce. Here are your travel options, with links to further information.
Taxis are available for hire on the terminal forecourt. The journey takes about 15 minutes in normal traffic and the fare is usually around £16.
For full details please use the link: http://www.aberdeenairport.com/transport-and-directions/taxis/
By Bus First Aberdeen and Stagecoach Bluebird both run buses between the airport and city centre. The timetabled journey is about 30 minutes in normal traffic. Fewer buses run at weekends and at night, so please check the timetables beforehand. The Jet No 727 service is the most frequent and direct and like all the bus links is found directly outside the terminal building. For full details please use the link: http://www.aberdeenairport.com/transport-and-directions/buses-and-coaches/
It takes about 15 minutes to drive into central Aberdeen in normal traffic via the A96 Inverness-Aberdeen road. Car rental companies have desks in the arrivals area of the terminal.
TKD Bus Transfers
At the time of this print, we are hoping to be onsite with a bus transfer from the airport and full details will be posted later on the IIC website and FB page closer to the date.