Aberdeen Airport by train
Passengers should be aware that work to dual the railway track between Aberdeen and Dyce train stations has begun as part of the Aberdeen to Inverness Improvement Project.
From Saturday 12th May the railway track between Aberdeen and Dyce will close for 14 weeks as part of works to dual the line. Buses will replace trains between Aberdeen and Dyce during the upgrade work and ScotRail has published specific journey information on its website. www.scotrail.co.uk
Passengers are reminded that Stagecoach operate their direct 727 service to and from Aberdeen Union Square on a 10 minute frequency during the day Monday-Friday and up to every 20 minutes at weekends.
The nearest rail station to the airport is Dyce, which is about two miles from the terminal and easily reached by taxi.
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Dyce is on the Aberdeen-Elgin-Inverness line, and is also served by some through trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Dyce station is unstaffed but tickets can be bought on the train. A standard single Anytime fare to Aberdeen is £2.50 and a return is £3.50. Trains run at least once an hour Monday to Saturday, less frequently on Sundays.
Aberdeen rail station is in the city centre, a ten-minute train journey from Dyce.
The following operators run trains to and from Aberdeen station:
- First ScotRail: Services throughout Scotland and sleeper trains to London Euston.
- National Express East Coast: East Coast Main Line trains to Edinburgh and London King's Cross.
- CrossCountry: Links Aberdeen with a network stretching to Birmingham, Manchester, Brighton and Penzance.
Train times and fares are subject to change – please check with the relevant operator or National Rail Enquiries ahead of your journey.