Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
Facilities and Services
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is Scotland's premier airport, receiving literally millions of passengers per year through its one terminal building from destinations as far afield as Asia and the United States.
The terminal is split up into domestic and international arrivals and departures and serves more than 100 destinations.
There are excellent passenger facilities at Edinburgh Airport (EDI), with money changers, ATMs, postal services, first-aid, left luggage, baby-changing facilities and some quality duty-free outlets and eateries.
Airport Information Desks
Tel: +44 870 040 0007
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) has well trained personnel in all departments including information, security and medical staff. The Airport Information Desk and the Edinburgh Tourist Board Desk are both situated in Zone D of the International Arrivals Hall. Some useful numbers include:
Airport Main Switchboard - +44 870 040 0007
Information Desk - +44 870 040 0007
Left Luggage - +44 870 040 0007
Lost and Found - +44 131 344 3486
Car Park Pre-booking - +44 870 000 1000
Minicom - +44 141 585 6161
Shops, Duty-Free and Retail Outlets
The airport has good shopping facilities on both sides of security and most shopping outlets are open from 06:00 to about 22:00. You will find newsagents selling newspapers, magazines and books; confectionery stores; food and clothes shops as well as some excellent duty-free outlets after security; tobacco, alcohol, gifts and electronics goods can all be found easily.
Bars, Cafés and Restaurants
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) comes with a number of coffee shops, cafés and restaurants spread throughout the airport, including two bars and a food village. The first floor contains most of the airport's refreshment venues, with the Granada Food Village, Burger King, Village Grill, Franklins of Boston, J D Wetherspoon and Jenner's all located here.
Currency Exchange, Communications and Banking Facilities
Cash machines and bureaux de change are found in both the Arrivals and Departures areas of the terminal on each floor. Internet access is available before and after security and the British Airways, British Midland and Servisair's executive lounges come with telephone, fax and computer facilities. For conference facilities, the nearby Hilton Edinburgh Airport Hotel caters for up to 220 people.
Disabled visitors to Edinburgh Airport (EDI) are well catered for, with wide doorways, ramps where necessary, a minicom system, adapted toilets and telephones, and designated disabled parking spaces for badge holders. Disabled travellers can also request assistance from airport staff; the information desk can provide further information about the airport's disabled facilities.