Terminals at Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) handles over seven million passengers every year from a single terminal building at which numerous airlines are based. This is an international airport providing flights to more than 100 destinations around the world and several cities within the UK. The airport provides easy access and disabled passengers are catered for. The airport's single terminal manages all arrivals 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
there are cash machines (ATMs) that accept UK issued building society and bank cards located in various places throughout the terminal building both before passing through security control and after. Major credit cards are also accepted. Bureau de change booths are located before security, after security and in the Baggage Reclaim area. Currency can be pre-ordered for collection on arrival at Edinburgh Airport.
a selection of stores is available both before and after security at Edinburgh Airport. Convenience items are available at newsagents and there is also a choice of cosmetic and beauty shops in addition to pharmacies and stores providing duty-free goods and gifts.
Edinburgh offers passengers a selection of eating and drinking outlets in the terminal building, both land and airside. There is a bar, while hot drinks, sandwiches and snacks are available before security. After security, passengers have a slightly wider choice of bars, restaurants and cafés.
internet access points and wireless internet access are available and the airport also has meeting rooms for rent that are suitable for meetings, conferences and other functions. Servisair has an executive lounge available for paying passengers and those travelling either first class or business class with British Airways have use of the BA Terraces Lounge. The bmi Diamond Club Lounge is available for club members travelling on bmi and bmi baby flights.