Inverness Airport is the air gateway for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and handles more than 330 scheduled flights a week to Scottish and UK destinations. It is the largest of 10 airports serving the region operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited.
Scheduled flights operate between Inverness and London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Belfast City, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Southampton, Nottingham East Midlands, Edinburgh, Stornoway and Benbecula in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland. Inverness Airport therefore offers a host of popular flight routes. The popularity and beauty of the area provides the region with year-round tourism; visitors are able to explore the immediate Highland areas or can go on to fly to the Orkney and Shetland Islands from Inverness Airport.
The airport is located 9 miles east of the City of Inverness just off the main A96 trunk road and its facilities include on site car hire, restaurant and bar, shop, and 650 pay car parking spaces. Taxis are available at the airport and buses operate to and from the airport terminal to Inverness city centre and towns to the east.
The airport is Hospitality Assured accredited and prides itself on the high quality of customer service provided to all passengers and terminal users. Its service promise is: "To provide a clean, safe and welcoming environment by being courteous and polite at all times and communicating relevant information clearly and swiftly."
Regular airport shuttles and taxi services operated form the airport to the city centre and can drop off adjacent to the hotel.
For live airport flight information – go to www.hial.co.uk
For more useful information, flight operators and airport services, click here to view our brief airport guide.