When flying from the South West or South East of England into Scotland, there are a few good, convenient Airports to land into. Some of these Airports were built decades ago and have continued to be suitable landing destinations to hundreds of airplanes. The best Airports to fly to in Scotland include;
The Edinburgh Airport
This Airport is located just 6 miles from the city centre and it is the busiest Airport in the whole of Scotland. There are trains, buses and taxis that transport people to the city centre day and night. It is the most convenient Airport around meaning that booking a flight to Edinburgh should be done early in advance. The arrival and departure terminals have been upgraded over the years and programs for further renovation are underway.
Aberdeen International Airport
It was opened in 1934 and it was used as a military base during the Second World War. The Aberdeen Airport has four runways with the main terminal opened in 1977, it serves over 3 million passengers annually. Currently, it is the biggest heliport in the world. Aberdeen International is operated by the British airport authority and it has over 20 airlines that operate there.
Glasgow International Airport
Glasgow city center is only 8 miles away from the Glasgow International Airport, making it the second busiest airport in Scotland. Over six million passengers use it annually and with almost 30 airlines based here, it is one of the busiest airport in the UK. Services have improved over the years with dining options available and increased security.
If you are looking for a quiet vacation in the Scotland Highlands, Inverness is the perfect Airport for you. It is located only 10 miles from the city of Inverness. It is small in size, making it easy to navigate and passengers enjoy ease of travel with a couple of public transport means available.