Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom (UK) and consists of over 790 islands. The country is located in the north of England and has multiple transport connections to the other parts of the UK. Scotland is famous for its sceneries, culture and food. The famous novel series, Harry Potter, was filmed in Scotland too, giving you the magic experience when you visit the country.
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Edinburg Castle, Edinburgh
At the capital of Scotland, the easiest airport to get access to is Edinburgh Airport (EDI). It's the sixth-busiest airport in the UK with a total of 14.7 million passengers. The airport is located 6 miles from the city centre with easy access to the M8 and M9 motorways. The airport has great international connections too with flights offered by Aegean Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, KLM, Ryanair, United Airlines and more!
On the west of Edinburgh, there's Glasgow Airport, the second busiest airport in Scotland. It's located 10 miles from the Glasgow city centre with easy access to the city of Glasgow by Glasgow Metro and a developing rail link. The airport provides links to domestic destinations as well as Dublin, Amsterdam, Dubai, Alicante and many more. British Airways, Blue Air, easyJet, Loganair, Lufthansa, TUi Airways and United Airlines are amongst the airlines providing connections to the airport.
The two international airports in Scotland offers brilliant connectivity for passengers for both domestic and international destinations.
|British Airways||London (City Airport, Heathrow & Gatwick)|
|easyJet||Birmingham, Bristol, London (Gatwick, Luton & Stansted)|
|Loganair||Cardiff, Exeter, Isle of Man, Kirkwall, Newquay, Norwich, Southampton, Stavanger, Stornoway, Sumburgh|
You can also fly to multiple destinations in Europe as well as North America including destinations in Canada, Spain, the Netherland, Denmark, France and more. There are many destinations served from the two international airports including international hubs that offers connections to other destinations.
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This depends on the airport you're departing from. For domestic travellers, you should expect the flight to be between 1 to 2 hours.
For international carriers, your flight time differs depending on whether you're flying on a non-stop service or on flight connections.
There are many airports in Scotland. However, the main 2 international airports that serve Scotland are Edinburgh Airport (EDI) and Glasgow Airport (GLA). Both airports have great transport access in and out of the airport into the city.
No, these aren't the only airports in Scotland but they are the main international airports in Scotland. There are many other airports in the countries. If you're not sure which airport to fly into, simply enter the city you wish to fly to and we'll show you the closest airport you could fly to.
American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta, Britsh Airways, Blue Air, Lufthansa and TUi are amongst the airlines flying to Scotland.
Yes, you can! However, it'd depend on where you flying from.
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Yes, you can! American Airlines, Delta and United Airlines are offering flights to the 2 major international airports in Scotland.
This will depend on whether you already reside in the UK. In general, UK nationals won't need their passport to enter Scotland. In most cases, you can enter the UK with your driving license or any government-issued documents.
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