Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)
Travel and Ground Transport
(Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK)
Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) has a good network of buses running to and from the city centre as well as direct rail connections with Aberdeen and Inverness.
The main A96 / Inverness road runs right past the airport compound, allowing for quick access by car, while a fleet of taxis await passengers outside the terminal building, on the forecourt.
There are four bus services that run between Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) and the city centre, with regular connections on weekdays and less frequent services at weekends.
First Bus number 27 runs from Monday to Friday only, while Stagecoach service numbers 10, 307 and 737 run throughout the week and on the weekends; number 307 only runs one service to and from the airport on Sunday. A typical fare to the city from the airport is not expensive, although fares are under constant review.
Dyce Station is only a short taxi ride from the airport and there are frequent services in either direction to Aberdeen and Inverness. From Aberdeen Station, you can reach all parts of Scotland and other parts of the UK by rail.
Taxis are available from outside the main entrance of the airport and services are run by Rainbow Airport Taxis and AA Taxis. Disabled passengers should call (44) 1224 725 500 / 728 for wheelchair-accessible taxis and fare information; fares to the city centre are not very cheap.