Aberdeen Airport Trains
There is no train station or link to the rail network actually at Aberdeen Airport. The nearest railway station is at Dyce which is just a couple of miles away. From here you can link to Inverness and Aberdeen.
Dyce is on the Aberdeen-Elgin-Inverness line, and is also served by some through trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh.Dyce station is unstaffed but tickets can be bought on the train. A standard single Anytime fare to Aberdeen is £1.80 and a return is £2.80. Trains run at least once an hour Monday to Saturday, less frequently on Sundays.
There is now a First Aberdeen Service 80 which is the Dyce airlink bus. This is a new bus service that ties in with the Scotrail train service and links Dyce rail station with Aberdeen Airport, Kirkhill industrial estate and the Heliport. The service runs from Monday to Friday between 06.45 - 19.38. Introductory fares are currently £1.00 for an adult single and 70p for a child single.
Dyce railway station is managed by FirstScotRail and is on the Aberdeen to Inverness line which runs about every 2 hours calling at all stations including Dyce for Aberdeen Airport. It is about a 2 hours and 30 minutes journey.
Trains at Aberdeen Airport
From Aberdeen Railway Station you can connect to many local and national stations including Edinburgh and London King´s Cross via the East Coast Main Line or Birmingham New Street via Cross Country Rail.
There is an overnight Caledonian Sleeper service which connects with London Euston.
Other routes operating from Aberdeen Station include:
Edinburgh-Aberdeen hourly (stations marked with a *are only served every 2 hours)
calling at Edinburgh Waverley, Haymarket, *Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy, Markinch, *Ladybank, Cupar, Leuchars, Dundee, Arbroath, *Montrose. Stonehaven, Aberdeen and *Dyce for Aberdeen Airport.
Glasgow-Aberdeen operates hourly calling at Glasgow Queen Street, Stirling, Perth, Dundee, Carnoustie, Arbroath, Montrose and Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-Inverurie runs about every 90 minutes calling at Aberdeen, Dyce for Aberdeen Airport and Inverurie.
Medium-term parking is available at Aberdeen Station, but is quite expensive and it can often be difficult to find a space. There are a small number of free spaces which offer parking for 20 minutes only.
There is a taxi rank immediately outside of the station building and the regional and national bus station is across the car park..
Contact FirstScotRail for information and timetables Telephone: 0044 845 748 4950