Arriving at Aberdeen Airport

Where to go

Once in the terminal, follow signs for arrivals. If you arrived on an international flight you'll need to clear passport control and Customs. If you've used our Shop & Collect service you'll pick up your shopping at the desk in the check-in area.

Arrivals facilities


If you need to relax (or revive yourself) after your journey you'll find food, drink and a place to sit down at the airport. Enjoy coffee and a bite to eat at Joes Coffeehouse or sit down for classic food and your favourite tipple at the Granite City, both in the public area after baggage reclaim.

Aberdeen Airport restaurants


You can pick up newspapers, magazines, travel accessories, books, confectionery and snacks at the WHSmith arrivals store situated at the front of the terminal.

Aberdeen Airport shops

Travel money

UK and foreign currencies are available at the Travelex bureau de change in the arrivals area (you can order currency in advance for airport pick-up or home delivery).


The official meeting point is in the arrivals area opposite the Assistance area. Alternatively the Granite City or Joes Coffeehouse are great places to meet.

Getting help

The airport information point is in the arrivals area near to the Granite City. There is a phone you can use to get further assistance.

Getting on your way

Buses to Aberdeen, car park courtesy buses and taxis all stop on the terminal forecourt.

Major car hire companies have offices just a 2-minute walk from the main terminal. For details of rental firms at the airport, or to hire a car in advance, visit our car hire page.

The railway station is two miles from the airport and easily reached by taxi. From there it's a ten-minute train journey to Aberdeen.

For help planning your journey, visit our Transport and directions pages.

Hotels around Aberdeen

Need a room near the airport, a base in the city or a quiet country retreat? We can help you find and book a hotel.

Special assistance

If you'll need help while you're at Aberdeen Airport, visit our special assistance information pages.

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