Getting to Grips with Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) is the main airport in Scotland and is situated just twelve kilometers from the heart of the city. It offers numerous daily flights to European destinations as well as connecting flights to destinations further afield, and handles millions of passengers each and every year. The airport features just one large terminal building and arrivals can be found on tedinburgh-airport-new-2016-resizedhe ground floor, while departures as well as most of the restaurants and shop are situated up on the terminal building’s first floor.

The airport information desk is located in the international arrivals hall. The left luggage/lost property desk is located between the check-in and international arrivals hall. ATMs are located throughout this spacious terminal building at easy to find and convenient intervals, and people who want to indulge in a spot of shopping at the airport will find plenty of great outlets to choose from.

The airport offers excellent shopping opportunities and the shops here come in all shapes and sizes. Choose from a range of products including traditional whiskey and malts from Scotland and other great items that makes for good souvenirs and gifts for friends and family back home. There are numerous bars and restaurants in the terminal building satisfying all tastes, among them Burger King, Village Grill, La Brioche Doree, Costa Café, and JD Wetherspoon Pub.

Disabled passengers are also well catered to at the airport, which means that they should have no trouble getting around. Members of staff are also always on hand to provide assistance if necessary.

Getting to and from the airport is very easy as there is a regular bus service for visitors to make use of that is relatively affordable. Taking a taxi is perhaps the fastest way to get into the city of Edinburgh, while a rail link is also provided.