EDI

Edinburgh International

About The Airport

Scotland's busiest airport hosts domestic UK flights to London, Birmingham, Bristol and Belfast, as well as European destinations including Amsterdam, Dublin and Paris. It has one terminal.

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free Wi-Fi is available for 2 hours a day.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

The airport is just 9km from downtown Edinburgh.

Taxi - licensed and metered black taxis are available on the ground floor of the multistory parking lot, opposite the terminal building.

Bus - Airport Link 100 runs every 10 minutes between the airport and Waverley Bridge in downtown Edinburgh (near the main bus and train station). Several other routes offer both local and regional connections.

Train - a frequent tram service operates from the airport to central Edinburgh. You can buy tickets from machines at the tram stop.

Hotel shuttle - a free shuttle bus runs from the airport to the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel. Another bus serves the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh Airport - there's a small charge for this service.

Car rental - car rental agencies are based in the Car Rental Center behind the multistory parking lot.

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Parking

There's a choice of parking lots on the airport grounds, with 2 directly outside the terminal. The long-term parking lot is a 5-minute bus ride away on a courtesy shuttle. Valet parking is available too - just drop your keys off at the valet parking area.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

As this is a single terminal airport, transit arrangements are very straightforward.

There's no hotel in the airport.

Healthy Travel Tip

When it comes to jet lag, the direction of travel makes a difference. To acclimatize yourself before you go, try waking up and going to bed later than usual if you're traveling west. If you're traveling east, wake up earlier and go to bed earlier.

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