Aberdeen to Manchester

The capital of the North, Manchester is the edgy destination every city wants to be. In recent years, it has transformed from the industrial giant it once was to a glittering, cosmopolitan city - while still paying homage to its roots. Despite leaving its ‘Madchester’ days behind, the nightlife and cultural scene is more exciting and diverse than ever before. Manchester is an easy city to explore, either on the super-efficient public transport network or on foot. Whether your flight from Aberdeen to Manchester is for business or leisure, once you arrive, you’ll find countless ways to spend your time here.

For the latest information on our flight schedules from Aberdeen (ABZ) to Manchester Airport (MAN), take a look at our Flybe Timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Manchester to Aberdeen page.

The sections below offer tips and guidance about your trip, covering everything you need to know.
In a hurry? Then use the list below to fast-forward to the information you need.

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Getting to Aberdeen Airport (ABD)

Aberdeen Airport is approximately 7 miles from the city centre and easily reached from the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness road.

Parking

Aberdeen Airport offers short and long stay parking, but to get the best price, we recommend booking in advance. To make your journey to the airport as hassle-free as possible, book your parking via Flybe.com or book now.

Charges apply to passengers being dropped off at the main forecourt, up to a 10-minute stay. Drivers wishing to stay longer than 10 minutes should use the Short Stay car park. Free drop-off is available from the Long Stay car park for a maximum 10-minute stay. Passengers can then use the free shuttle bus to access the terminal.

By bus

Regular buses run to the airport from Aberdeen city centre and other destinations throughout the city. A dedicated airport bus service runs 7 days a week from Aberdeen bus station to Aberdeen Airport terminal, with limited stops for a more direct service.

By train

If you're thinking of getting to Aberdeen Airport by train, the nearest stop is Dyce station, 2 miles from the airport. You can get from Dyce to the airport using the Jet Connect bus service on weekdays only, so at other times and at weekends, it’s wise to take a taxi from Dyce to the airport.

For bus and rail timetable information, visit the Aberdeen Airport website.

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Aberdeen Airport


Aberdeen Airport Departures

At a glance:

  • Short stay and long stay car parking
    Book in advance via Flybe.com or book now
  • Free WiFi throughout
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Newsagents and bureau de change
  • Bookable executive and business lounges
  • Shopping including Duty Free

Check-in and bag drop at Aberdeen Airport

Before your flight from Aberdeen to Manchester, we recommend you check-in online wherever possible. If you’re unable to do so, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport.

Facilities before Security

  • Newsagents
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Bureau de change

Facilities after Security

  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Bureau de change

Retailers:

  • Duty Free
  • Audio, electrical and music
  • Health and beauty
  • Newsagents

To find out more, visit our dedicated flights from Aberdeen page and browse other available routes.

Manchester Airport Arrivals

We're here to help you get to your destination as quickly as possible after your flight from Aberdeen to Manchester. Our Manchester Airport Arrivals page has all the information you need about getting to Manchester city centre from Manchester Airport, whether you wish to drive or take public transport. To find out more, visit our dedicated Manchester Airport information page or browse other flights to Manchester.

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Manchester Airport


Visiting Manchester

Whether you're visiting for business or enjoying a weekend away, Manchester is an exhilarating city with so much to offer. Go to our Visiting Manchester page for some inspirational tips on things to see in Manchester, where to stay, and of course, where to eat and drink for a true Mancunian experience.

Doing business in Manchester

As Britain’s 'second city', Manchester knows how to do business. With state-of-the art conference facilities, meeting venues for groups of any size and infinite ways to enjoy your spare time, you’ll find all you need to make the best of your business trip to Manchester. Visit our Business in Manchester page for more information.