, otherwise known as Dyce Airport,
is located 9 Km North West of Aberdeen, on the north east coast of Scotland
Aberdeen airport is also one of Europes busiest heliports, serving the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Short term parking is located adjacent to the main airport terminal with long term parking approximately 700m away (200m from the heliport building)
To and From the Airport
There is a train service from Dyce station which is a short taxi ride to the other side of the airport (10 minutes costing around 8 pounds) and a bus connects the airport to Aberdeen city centre for around 1.50 pounds.
A taxi into Aberdeen will cost around 15 pounds.
There are several bus and coach services between the airport and Aberdeen with a journey time of approximately 30 minutes.
Aberdeen airport has 6 bars/restaurants, 7 shops, 2 currency exchange facilities, a lounge with business facilities, fuel station, Internet access points, and FREE WiFi Internet access.
Two hotels are located on the airport which can provide conference facilities, plus two more hotels nearby.
In 2013, a 13 million pound 3 year year project began which will result in significantly more space airside.
2.9 million passengers used Aberdeen airport in 2016, a decrease of 15% from the previous year. Approximately 0.5 million of those passengers fly by helicopter.
Aberdeen Airports Web site can be accessed Here
Airports Near to Aberdeen Airport
Dundee , UK (97 Km)
Airlines and Flights from Aberdeen Dyce Airport to Europe
We also have 32 Regional Flights or flights between the UK and Ireland for Aberdeen Airport listed Here
Airbaltic, flying to: Latvia
BMI Regional, flying to: Denmark, Germany, Norway
Eastern Airways, flying to: Norway
EasyJet, flying to: Switzerland
Eurowings, flying to: Germany
Flybe, flying to: France
KLM, flying to: Netherlands
, flying to: Germany
Ryanair, flying to: Malta, Portugal, Spain
SAS , flying to: Denmark, Norway
TUI, flying to: Bulgaria, Greece, Spain, Turkey
Wideroe, flying to: Norway
Wizz Air, flying to: Poland