Edinburgh Airport, Scotland, United Kingdom

Edinburgh Airport is situated west of the Edinburgh city centre, in Scotland. It is one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom, serving millions of passengers each year. The airport’s single terminal, the Main Terminal, hosts both domestic and international flights.

Parents travelling with young children may make use of the baby care facilities to change diapers and feed their children. Many of the restaurants at the airport also provide children's menus and food options. Parents may visit the Edinburg Airport website to download some colouring and activity sheets to keep their children entertained during their travels.

Handicapped travellers should rest assured as proper infrastructure has been set up to ensure accessibility for those in wheelchairs. For visitors with hearing problems, there are telephones installed with increased volume. Some of the airport staff are also trained to communicate in sign language. Disabled passengers are encouraged to inform their respective airlines in advance, so that the airlines may make prior arrangements.

Business travellers may work on the go at one of the business and executive lounges. The Servisair Lounge is a pay-to-use lounge, which includes amenities such as complimentary food and drinks, a wide range of local and international newspapers and magazines, telephones and facsimile equipment and so on. Travellers may connect to the complimentary Wi-Fi to stay connected on their mobile phones, laptops and other electronic devices. However, do note that only travellers above the age of 12 are permitted to enter.

If travellers have time to spare, they may do some shopping at the airport. There are duty-free outlets selling goods such as wine, tobacco and cosmetics. There are famous international brands that carry beauty products, fashion apparel and accessories as well as luggage and travel essentials,. Restaurants and bars can also be found at the Main Terminal, including popular coffee joints where travellers may grab sandwiches or get their caffeine fix.

ATMs can be found throughout the airport and all major bank cards may be used at these machines. Money changing facilities are also located at the Main Terminal for those who need to exchange foreign currency. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, so travellers should enjoy a fast and steady connection. Wi-Fi can be accessed through via electronic devices such as phones and laptops. If your device battery needs to be charged, there are wall sockets located throughout the terminal for travellers to use.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 1 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Edinburgh Airport Information website for the latest update of the following information.

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 Getting To & From the Airport

Driving hide 

Parking is available at the airport. Cars can also be rented from companies such as Hertz, Avis and Budget. Enjoy savings on car rental fees by visiting the respective websites to make advance bookings.

Trains hide 

There is no train station at the Edinburgh airport, but visitors may take buses to the two main stations and switch to trains. Board the buses outside the terminal's main entrance. Coaches are also available for hire.

Buses hide 

There are public buses and coach services linking the airport to various destinations.

Taxi hide 

Edinburgh City Private Hire provides private hire taxis, but these must be reserved before arrival. Public hire taxis can be used and pre-booking is not necessary. City “Black Cabs” can take up to six passengers and some luggage.

 Who flies to Edinburgh

 Airport Contact Details

Edinburgh Airport

Administration Building,
EH12 9DN,

Tel:+44 (0)870 0400007
Fax:+44 (0)131 3334108


British Airports Authority ( BAA Limited )

 Location Details

Longitude:3° 21' 48'' W
Latitude:55° 56' 58'' N

 Airport Location

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