Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ)

Location: The airport is situated seven miles (11km) northwest of Aberdeen.
Time: GMT (GMT +1 between last Sunday in March and Saturday before last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +44 344 481 6666
Getting to the city: Aberdeen and Inverness train services run from the local station at Dyce, which is just a short taxi ride from the airport. The main station is in Aberdeen city centre and services all parts of Scotland and England. Regular bus services operate from the airport to Aberdeen city centre, and the journey takes roughly 30 minutes. Services are less frequent at weekends than on weekdays.
Car rental: Car hire companies represented at the airport include Avis, Europcar, Hertz and National.
Airport Taxis: Comcab taxis are available outside the terminal, where a taxi marshal will assist you in finding a cab. Taxis can be pre-booked via the Comcab website and arranged at the Comcab booking office to the right upon entry to the terminal. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 25 minutes in light traffic, and costs roughly £15.
Facilities: Facilities include left luggage, a bureau de change, bars, a duty-free shop, business facilities, a children's play area, and several restaurants. The Northern Lights Executive Lounge is located on the first floor past security and can be prebooked online. Other airport lounges include the British Airways Terraces Lounge and the Eastern Airways Lounge, which is located near Gate 10. There are several restaurants and cafes around the airport.
Parking: There is short-term parking at Aberdeen International Airport within walking distance of the terminal. Long-term parking at Aberdeen International Airport can be accessed by a free shuttle from the terminal.
Website: www.aberdeenairport.com
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Edinburgh International Airport (EDI)

Location: The airport is eight miles (13km) west of Edinburgh.
Time: GMT (GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +44 131 348 4203
Getting to the city: Airlink 100 buses connect the airport and the city centre every 10 minutes, from early morning until after midnight, and cost around £4.50 one way; the journey takes approximately 30 minutes. There are many alternative buses, including Night Bus N22 and Service 21A, that run to the city centre via a couple of stops en route. Stops for public buses are situated on the terminal forecourt road outside the main entrance.
Car rental: There is a car rental centre located next to the parking area, connected to the terminal by a covered walkway. Car rental companies include Alamo, Avis, Europcar, Budget, Thrifty, Hertz, and National.
Airport Taxis: The taxi ranks for airport taxis and city black cabs are outside the east end of the airport terminal. The drive to the city centre takes approximately 25 minutes.
Facilities: Facilities at the airport include ATMs, a bureau de change, shops, a pharmacy, wifi, a children's play area, baby change rooms, restaurants and bars. The Aspire Lounge is available to departing passengers on the first floor past security; bookings can be made online via the airport's website.
Parking: A multilevel car park is located just across from the terminal building. The long-term car park is a few minutes away; a courtesy bus ferries passengers to the terminal.
Website: www.edinburghairport.com
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Glasgow Airport (GLA)

Location: The airport is located eight miles (13km) west of Glasgow.
Time: GMT (GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +44 344 481 5555
Transfer between terminals: A covered walkway connects the terminals.
Getting to the city: Buses leave regularly for Glasgow, stopping off at the main railway and bus stations. The journey to the city centre takes 15 to 20 minutes. There are also eight trains per hour from Paisley Gilmour Street Station to Glasgow Central Station, which is one mile (2km) from the airport and can be reached by taxi or by regular bus services.
Car rental: Car hire options at the airport include Avis, Europcar, National, Alamo, Hertz, Enterprise, Budget, and Dollar/Thrifty.
Airport Taxis: Taxis are available 24 hours a day at the taxi rank opposite the main terminal. They are obligated to meter the journey.
Facilities: Facilities at Glasgow Airport include ATMs, a bureau de change, a post office, and many shops, bars and restaurants. Disabled facilities are good; those with special needs are advised to inform their airline or travel agent in advance. There is also a multi-faith prayer room.
Parking: Short-term parking is located near the terminal, charging roughly £2 for ten minutes or £3 for twenty minutes. Long-term parking is also available. Parking can be booked in advance via the airport website.
Airport hotels: There are several convenient hotels adjacent to the airport, including the Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport, and the Ramada Glasgow Airport. Hotels and transfers can be booked via the airport's website.
Website: www.glasgowairport.com
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Stornoway Airport (SYY)

Location: Just over two miles (3.7 km) east of Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis
Time: GMT (GMT +1 between last Sunday in March and last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +44 1851 702 256
Getting to the city: The airport bus service leaves for Stornoway town at regular intervals throughout the day, from Monday to Saturday.
Car rental: Car and van rental is available at the airport from Stornoway Car Hire and advance booking is advised.
Airport Taxis: There are taxis available at the airport and visitors should call the help desk to make an advance booking.
Facilities: Airport facilities include a shop, café and bar, as well as pay phones, TVs and wifi.
Parking: There is free short-term and long-term parking available at the airport.
Website: www.hial.co.uk/stornoway-airport/
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Inverness Airport (INV)

Location: The airport is in Dalcross, eight miles (13km) from downtown Inverness.
Time: GMT (GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October).
Contacts: +44 1667 4640 00
Parking: Short-term parking at Inverness Airport, in three lots next to the terminal building, is free for the first 10 minutes. Long-term parking is available in a separate lot to the right of the terminal building.
Website: www.hial.co.uk/inverness-airport/
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Dundee Airport (DND)

Location: The airport is located two miles (3km) from Dundee city centre.
Time: GMT (GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October).
Getting to the city: Taxis are available from the airport to the city centre of Dundee and train station, which is five minutes away. Rental cars are also available.
Car rental: Car rental companies represented at the airport include Arnold Clark and Europcar.
Airport Taxis: Taxis are available from the airport to the city centre of Dundee and train station, which is five minutes away. Taxis are often available upon arrival, but passengers are advised to book a taxi in advance when possible.
Facilities: Airport facilities include shops, vending machines, cafes, and internet access.
Parking: Short-term and long-term parking is available at the airport with the first 30 minutes free in both parking areas. Short-term parking, situated opposite the airport terminal building, costs £1.50 per hour with a maximum stay of two hours. Long-term parking is available to the right of the airport terminal and costs £3.20 for up to four hours and £5.70 per day.
Website: www.hial.co.uk
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