Aberdeen Airport buses and coaches
Regular buses run from the airport to Aberdeen city centre and other destinations. Services are less frequent at weekends and in the evening, so please confirm bus times with the operator in advance.
A bus journey to the centre of Aberdeen takes about 30 minutes in average traffic, longer at peak times. Bus fares and timetables are subject to change, so please check with the relevant operator using the links below.
Where to catch buses
Buses to Aberdeen and local services stop directly outside Aberdeen Airport. The bus stop is signposted from the terminal.
Long-distance coaches call at the Guild Street bus station in central Aberdeen, next to the rail station. The bus station can be reached from the airport by bus or taxi. Coach operators at Aberdeen include National Express, Scottish Citylink and megabus.
Airport bus services
Jet Service 727
Running 7 days a week from Aberdeen Bus Station to Aberdeen Airport Terminal with limited stops for a faster, more direct service. The service runs frequently from 0430 on weekdays, 0530 on weekends.
The last bus leaves the airport at 2330 from Monday to Saturday, and 2300 on Sundays.
Fares: £2.70 single, £3.50 day return and £4.50 period return.
Service 80 – Jet Connect
Linking in with the Scotrail train service, the 80 Dyce Airlink bus service connects with Aberdeen Airport, the heliport and Kirkhill Industrial Estate. Service 80 operates between 06:30 and 18:30 Monday - Friday.
The adult single fare is £1.50, day return £2.70, weekly £12 and monthly £45.
The Aberdeen to Inverness bus stops at the airport at only selected times. Please refer to the timetable for more information.
The Aberdeen to Kemnay/Alford/Strathdon bus stops at the airport at only selected times. Please refer to the timetable for more information.
Daytime service (not weekends) to Guild Street bus station in central Aberdeen.
Or call +44 (0)1224 650 000.
Weekday-only service running between Peterhead and Dyce via the airport.
Or call +44 (0)1346 510 200.