Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
Travel and Ground Transport
Although Edinburgh Airport (EDI) has no direct rail access, there are excellent options for getting to and from the city centre and the airport, which are available throughout the day and the night.
Buses and taxis run from outside the terminal to the city centre, the main train stations and to nearby regional towns and cities very regularly. From the city's two railway stations you can access the UK rail network.
The most frequently used bus service from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is express bus number 100, which runs to the city centre and back every 15 minutes from directly outside the terminal building. Express services run less frequently, while bus N22 takes over and plies the route during the night. If you buy an Airsaver ticket, you will get a single fare to the city as well as unlimited travel on LRT buses around the city. Regular bus services also serve Dunfermline and Livingston.
Hotel shuttle buses run from bays 3 and 6 outside the terminal including the Marriot Dalmahoy Hotel shuttle from Bay 3 and The Quality Hotel shuttle from Bay 6. Airport car park courtesy buses also run from outside the terminal to the various car parks from covered bus stops, with the Edinburgh Park and Fly Bus departing from Bay 7, Flying Scot Parking from Bay 9, NCP Eastfield Rd Parking from Bay 11 and Secure Air Parks from Bay 8.
The nearest train station to Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is Haymarket Station and Edinburgh Waverly Station in the city centre; the express service 100 runs to both stations as do taxis. Trains run from both of these stations to other UK destinations, including frequent links with Glasgow.
You can catch a taxi from the designated taxi rank next to the coach park, outside the UK Arrivals Hall. Most taxis are wheelchair accessible and a typical journey into the city centre will take about 20 to 30 minutes. To book a taxi call: +44 131 333 2255.