Situated just over eight miles (13km) from downtown Inverness in Dalcross, Inverness Airport is the main gateway for flights to northern Scotland, serving nearly 600,000 passengers each year on routes throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, and a few charter flights to destinations in Europe that include Amsterdam, Zurich, Frankfurt and Bergen.
The small facility is simple and easy to navigate, and convenient public transportation options from the airport to Inverness City ensure a hassle-free start to any holiday in Scotland, including the mysterious Loch Ness and beautiful countryside of the Scottish Highlands.
The airport is in Dalcross, eight miles (13km) from downtown Inverness.
GMT (GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October).
Short-term parking at Inverness Airport, next to the terminal building, is free for the first 20 minutes, then starts at £2.80 per hour up to £9.70 for 12-24 hours. Long-term parking is available in a separate lot to the right of the terminal building for £5.40 per day.
Flights to Inverness Airport are available via Flybe, Lufthansa, easyJet, Helvetic Airlines, and Discover Jersey.
Wifi is available for a fee through BT Openzone and Boingo. Pay-as-you-go internet kiosks are available in the main concourse.
Internet kiosks in the departures area offer business amenities including phone, fax and workstations. Conference facilities are available with catering services.
Inverness Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.