Dalcross Airport in Scotland makes an interesting alternative way to enter and explore the country. This international airport for Inverness is situated in the northern Scottish city of Dalcross, connecting Scotland with neighboring countries such as England and Ireland. This is a good starting point for those who want to explore the picturesque Highlands of Scotland and famous landmarks such as Lochness. The airport is also particularly well positioned to enable onward travel to the Scottish Islands, especially with car hire at Dalcross Airport.
The terminal at Inverness Airport is rather small but full of everything travelers need to make their journey smooth and comfortable. No special visa is required for European citizens and holders of a British passport can complete the check-in process in a matter of minutes.
Visitors to Inverness Airport will find a good selection of services and facilities to make use of. In addition to popular shops such as WH Smith and Starbucks there is also a restaurant and bar to refuel in, wireless broadband throughout the terminal for internet and email access , car rental and even a chapel. Baby changing facilities are provided for those with young ones and there are plenty of disabled facilities.
Traveling into Dalcross from the airport is easy as the city centre is just nine miles away, connected by the A96 road. Car hire at Dalcross Airport is by far the easiest way to get around and Europcar, Hertz and Avis car rental companies are located in the terminal building. There is also regular bus services running every 30 minutes, with bus number 11 traveling between the airport and city center. There is plenty of parking right at the airport. It is also possible to catch a train from the station at Nairn, and it takes just 15 minutes to reach Inverness by train.