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Location information for Aberdeen Airport

Aberdeen Airport is a major international airport that services Scotland. Located northwest of Aberdeen city centre in Dyce, it handles over three million passengers a year. The airport is a hub for Eastern Airways and BMI Regional, which service most major airports in the UK as well as flights to Scandinavia and continental Europe.

Airport Facilities

The airport has one main terminal, which handles most of the passenger traffic. There are three other terminals dedicated to charter flights and helicopter services. Passengers will find a pharmacy, bookstore, money exchange, as well as coffee shops, restaurants and duty free shops. The airport also offers plenty of secure parking, including short- and long-term parking and valet parking.

Car Hire Aberdeen Airport

There is one official taxi operator from the airport located right outside the main terminal building. For going long distances, car hire in Aberdeen Airport is the most cost effective option. Visitors can choose from most of the leading car hire companies such as Avis, Europcar and Enterprise. Rental desks are located right in the terminal building next to the main entrance.

Driving

Driving in Scotland is easy, with well-maintained roads and good signage. Self-driving is the best way to explore the countryside. With a car, visitors can take the A96 road into the city centre only 15 minutes away from the airport. With rental options to choose from at the airport, it is important to compare car hire deals to get the best rates.

Things To See and Do

There are many castles, nature reserves and lochs to explore. Car rental in Aberdeen Airport is the best way to do this. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy one of the seven golf courses surrounding the city. A day out at Storybook Glen is a must for families, a fairy fantasy land. A day at a loch is also a must and the closest one to the city centre is the Loch of Skene, a wildlife conservation area.

Best Time To Visit

Since most visitors come to Aberdeen to enjoy the unspoiled nature, the best time to visit is during the summer. Temperatures fluctuate between 10°C and 29°C during July and August. The winter months can become very cold, with coastal winds adding extra sting. Temperatures can drop down to -10°C, with highs of around 16°C during November and December.