Aberdeen Flights (ABZ)

With a dramatic backdrop of the Grampian Mountains as well as breathtaking rugged coastal scenery, Aberdeen really does have areas of outstanding beauty on its doorstep.

Renowned as the European centre for North Sea oil exploration and production, the city displays a combination of well-preserved history, distinctive granite architecture, award winning parks and gardens and leading high street brands in its modern shopping centres.

The area is collectively known as “Scotland’s Castle and Whisky Country” with over 1,000 castles or ruins within its boundaries, while Speyside is home to more than half of Scotland’s distilleries.

Royal Deeside can be found to the south of the region and remains the favourite holiday retreat of the Royal Family.

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Things to see and do

Visit Aberdeen

Visit Aberdeen

Your complete guide to what's on and what to see and do in Aberdeen.

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Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum

The award winning museum showcases the history of the North Sea with exhibitions on the offshore oil industry, shipbuilding, fishing and clipper ships.

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Come to Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to enjoy a wonderful array of local food and drink – providing quality, variety, fresh and seasonal produce across the seasons.

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Set in the magnificent Royal Desside scenery, the 50,000 acres Balmoral estate has been the Scottish Home of the British Royal Family since 1848.

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Aberdeen Festivals

Aberdeen Festivals

If you are looking for inspiration, creativity and culture, then look no further, you will get all of that and more from Aberdeen Festivals. Representing some of the biggest and best festivals in the North-east of Scotland, the world class performances and events hosted by the festivals will run throughout 2015.

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Satrosphere Science Centre

Satrosphere Science Centre

Scotland's first science and discovery centre with interactive exhibits and live science shows which help visitors discover more about the world around them.

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Airport Guide

Aberdeen Airport
AB21 7DU
The airport is located 11km (7 miles) northwest of Aberdeen.
+44 (0)1224 722331
The airport information desk is located in the check-in area. The Eastern Airways customer service/ticket desk and check in desks are situated in the main check-in area.
Eating & Drinking
There are a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars available within the airport.
Duty-free shops and a variety of gift shops and concessions are available.
Car Hire
Europcar, Hertz, Avis, National, Alamo and Enterprise desks are situated in the check-in area. Special discounted rates with Europcar are available to all Eastern Airways passengers by going on this web link: http://www.easternairways.com/car-hire.
Car Parking
Aberdeen Airport offers car parking to suit all customer’s needs including Priority Parking, short stay and long stay. Each car park offers high standards of security and customer service. Holiday Extras and Eastern Airways have teamed up providing parking at all major UK airports. In addition to low rates, you benefit from a simplified booking process and regular special offers. Check it out: http://www.easternairways.com/car-parking
Fast Track
Enjoy a dedicated security channel for Eastern Airways passengers only and avoid busy airport terminal security queues.
Business Lounge
Eastern Airways business lounge at Aberdeen Airport is available to all Eastern Airways passengers.
Driving Directions
The access road to the airport is signposted from the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road. The airport is seven miles from Aberdeen city centre. The main car park is located in front of the terminal building for short and long stay parking.
Aberdeen and Inverness services stop at the local station at Dyce which is just a short taxi ride from the airport. The main line station is in Aberdeen city centre where there are frequent services to all parts of Scotland and England.
The airport is clearly signed from all major routes.
Taxis are available from the terminal forecourt.
Regular bus services operate from the airport to Aberdeen city centre. Services are less frequent at weekends than on weekdays.