Cheap flights from Aberdeen to Norwich

Located roughly 100 miles north east of London, Norwich has a rich and fascinating history and has historic city status. There’s plenty to see and do in Norwich, including many ancient buildings as well as great parks and gardens. There are many flights from Aberdeen to Norwich each week, so you won’t have trouble booking a trip there.

Aberdeen Airport Facilities

Aberdeen Airport has the facilities and services you’d want from a modern airport including plenty of shops and restaurants as well as cash machines, information points, smoking areas and free internet access.

There is one main passenger terminal and the passenger lounge is plenty comfortable and spacious. There are also multiple business lounges, where you can get a nice view of the runway and enjoy complimentary food and drinks.

Flight Time from Aberdeen to Norwich

A direct flight from Aberdeen to Norwich takes roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes.


Getting to Aberdeen Airport

Getting to Aberdeen Airport is simple enough, whether you’re in Aberdeen or travelling from further afield.

If you are in Aberdeen, then you can easily get a bus from Guild Street bus station directly to the airport. Coaches also go to Guild Street station so it’s easy to get to the airport if you’re coming from outside Aberdeen.

If you want to go by train then you’ll need to get off at Dyce station, which is roughly 2 miles from Aberdeen Airport.

Transport Options from Norwich Airport

There are many ways to get to and from Norwich Airport. If you want to drive then there are multiple car hire operators based in the main building, including Avis, Europcar and Hertz.

The official authorized taxi firm for Norwich Airport is Norwich Airport Taxi Association. If you want to make sure you’re getting in one of these cabs then go to the arrivals taxi stand, since only these taxis can pick up and drop off there.

There is no train station at the airport, so this isn’t an option.

There is a regular bus service that goes to and from the city centre that runs from Monday to Saturday. There is no service on Sunday.


Things to See & Do in Norwich

Below are some of the best things to see and do while you’re in Norwich.

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery

Set in the heart of Norwich – Norwich Castle is home to a fantastic museum and art gallery. In addition to the many pieces of art you can find there, there are also guided tours where you can learn about the history of the castle and Norwich in general. This would make for a great day out for families and individuals alike.

Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral offers a surprising number of things to see and do. In addition to the cathedral itself there is also The Labyrinth, cathedral tours, The Close and some great exhibitions. It would be a great place to spend the day, especially when the sun is shining.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Lusty Located on the University of East Anglia campus – Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is an art gallery that has a huge variety of art pieces dating back as far as 5,000 years. In addition to the art displayed inside the building, there is also the sculpture garden, which is a must-see. Admission is free outside of certain exhibitions so it’s definitely worth visiting while you’re in Norwich.

Norwich Market

With 189 stalls, Norwich Market is one of the largest in the country and if you love shopping then it’s a must-visit. There’s a huge array of things on offer at Norwich Market, including flowers and plants, electronics, jewellery, clothes, gifts, toys, vaping products and pet supplies to name just a few.

Whitlingham Country Park

If you’re looking for somewhere to spend the day then Whitlingham Country Park is a great place to do it. It’s a great place to walk and cycle or just have a picnic during the summer months.


Best time of the year to visit Norwich

If you want to be sure of the best weather when visiting Norwich, then early August is generally the best time to go. The weather is typically nice throughout the summer though, with July and September also having many sunny days. As you would expect, these months are also when Norwich is at its busiest and when travel and accommodation will be most expensive.

If you want to avoid the crowds but still get pleasant weather, then you might consider visiting during late spring.

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