Edinburgh Airport Information (EDI)
Situated eight miles west of the city centre, Edinburgh Airport ranks among Britain's busiest air facilities, seeing annual passenger figures of over seven million per year and serving flights to more than 100 destinations around the world. A single terminal handles all flights, with Arrivals situated on the ground floor and Departures on the first floor.
Edinburgh Airport offers conference rooms for those wishing to hold meetings or events, while some basic business facilities such as telephones, fax machines and PCs can be found at the executive lounges of British Airways, British Midland and Servisair. For money transactions, there are ATMs in various parts of the airport as well as bureaux de change counters. Other essentials include a first-aid room, left luggage facility, baby-changing rooms and a pharmacy. For indulgence and relaxation, the airport offers an extensive selection of shops including popular high street stores, while bars and restaurants on the first floor provide ample options for food and beverages.
Public buses connect the airport with the city and Waverley Bridge, and they operate at 15-minute intervals during busy times. A night bus to Livingston and Dunfermline also operates regularly. Buses also connect the airport with Haymarket Station in the city centre, from where rail services to Glasgow and various major UK destinations are available. Meanwhile, taxis are available from outside the Arrivals Hall.
Address: BAA Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 9DN, UK
Tel: +44 870 040 0007
Fax: +44 131 344 3470