Getting to Aberdeen Airport
Getting to Aberdeen airport for your Flybe flight couldn’t be easier. Only 7 miles from the centre of the city, the airport is easy to find to the north-west of the region, in Dyce. If travelling by car, set your sat-nav to AB21 7DU, and find excellent parking facilities on site, both short and long stay. Regular bus services run between Aberdeen city centre and the airport, including the Jet Service 727, a dedicated service. The airport is also just 2 miles away from Dyce rail station, where a bus or taxi can be taken for the remainder of the journey.
Find everything you need to know about travelling to Aberdeen airport below, from dedicated public transport details to parking. If you need assistance getting from the airport to the city, have a look at our Aberdeen airport arrivals page, as well as our Visiting Aberdeen and Business in Aberdeen pages, and make sure you get the most from your trip.
Car parking at Aberdeen Airport
Aberdeen airport has a great range of parking to match all travelling needs, whether you’re flying for business or pleasure.
The airport offers both short and long stay parking, as well as priority parking for those wishing to be in close proximity to the terminal. The airport also offers a special reduced rate for those working offshore. Booking your parking in advance is recommended in order to secure the best prices – simply add on a car parking option when you book your Flybe flights. If you have arranged a pick-up, the short stay car park can be used, with a 20 minute stay costing just £2.00.
All parking areas at Aberdeen airport are accessible for anyone requiring special assistance, including disabled parking bays and help points.
Getting to Aberdeen airport via public transport is easy, with a number of options available. Buses are available from the city and run frequently, with coach services arriving from various destinations across the UK. A rail station with connections to the city is nearby and a dedicated taxi service also runs, in close proximity to the terminal.
Airport bus services are available from the city directly to the airport, running 7 days a week. If coming from further afield, long distance buses stop at the main bus station in the city, and from there a bus can be taken directly to the airport.
For the latest timetables, route and pricing information, have a look at Aberdeen airport’s Transport and Directions page.
The closest rail station to Aberdeen airport is in Dyce, approximately 2 miles away. Buses and taxis run from the airport to Dyce station, which is connected with Aberdeen’s main rail station in the city, with the journey taking around 10 minutes.
For more information on trains to Aberdeen airport, including booking tickets for travel, check the National Rail website.
National Express coaches call at Aberdeen airport from a wide selection of destinations across the UK.
For more details on coach prices and timetables and to make your booking, visit the National Express website.
Taxi services are available outside the airport terminal. The average journey to the city centre takes around 25 minutes, although this is traffic-dependent. For a breakdown of costs and services, please see the ComCab Aberdeen website.