Edinburgh Airport Information (EDI)
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is one of Britain's busier air facilities and is situated eight miles from the city centre. More than 100 destinations can be reached from the airport and in excess of seven million passengers fly to or from here every year. As there is only one terminal building, all arrivals are on the ground floor and departures on the first floor.
- Edinburgh, Lothian, Fife, Scottish Borders
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 055°57'00"N 003°22'21"W
Amenities and services at Edinburgh Airport are everything you would expect to find in an international airport. There are a number of ATMs throughout the airport and bureaux de change. Other facilities include a pharmacy, baby changing rooms, a first-aid station and a left luggage room. There is a great range of shops that include many popular high street stores and a number of restaurants and bars on the first floor.
There are several conference rooms available for hire at Edinburgh Airport for holding meetings or events and wireless internet and internet enabled computers are available in the terminal building. Some flight operators do have business facilities including fax machines, computers and telephones available in their executive lounges.
Edinburgh Airport is linked to Waverley Bridge in the city by a public bus service. There is also a service to Edinburgh's Haymarket Station, where you can get the train to Glasgow and many major UK cities. Night buses operate to take passengers to Dunfermline or Livingstone. Taxi ranks are located just outside the Arrivals hall.
Edinburgh Airport is the gateway to the city with its many well-known attractions and the rest of Scotland. August is a particularly busy month because of the Edinburgh Festival attracting many visitors to the drama, music and arts events.