Aberdeen Airport by Road vs Rail, Coach or Taxi
Of all the ways that you can get to Aberdeen airport, taking your own car is by far the most convenient option. You can leave whenever you like, will have enough room for all of your luggage, and wont have to pay the earth either with Airparks range of Aberdeen Airport Parking options it can cost as little as £35 for an 8 day trip. For longer trips you can also get a discounted rate when you book with Airparks to keep your car safely at Aberdeen Long Stay.
Taking your own car is certainly the easiest way to get to the airport if you have kids, lots of luggage, or simply want the freedom to set off at your own pace. Here are the other options if you still arent sure.
Aberdeen and Inverness rail services can take you to the local Dyce station. However, even once youve reached this point, you will still have to take a taxi to the airport. While there are frequent trains going to Dyce station, and ticket prices are reasonable, you may miss the flexibility of travelling at your own pace, in your own vehicle.
Coach and Bus
Long distance coach services are available to and from the airport, from a number of national locations into Aberdeen City Centre. Regular bus services operate from the city centre towards the airport. At peak times these buses may be busy and you could find yourself in a long queue with other travellers.
Taxis are probably one of the most reliable ways to get to the airport, alongside taking your own car. There are some drawbacks to taking a taxi though. You will have to be ready promptly when it arrives. Taxi fares can also be very costly: the £35 you would spend on parking your own car at the airport, for example, could easily be surpassed as the taxi meter rises.