Aberdeen Airport Parking
Off on holiday from Aberdeen Airport? It’s time to get your Aberdeen Airport parking sorted!
You have a choice of options when you book your airport parking here.
We only offer Aberdeen Airport car parking from trusted partners, who have Park Mark-approved car parks.
Aberdeen Airport is busier than ever, so if you need cheap airport parking you’ll find it right here.
Find out more about Aberdeen Airport parking options here.
About Aberdeen Airport Parking
If you decide to reach Aberdeen Airport by car, you have a choice of car parks to book your car into while you’re away.
Here are the car parks available to book online here.
This on-airport car park is the closest to the terminal, so if you want a handy car park this is the best option.
While it’s not the cheapest Aberdeen Airport parking, Aberdeen Short Stay is perfect for a short break or a quick dash into the airport. Simply find a space, park up and walk right into the terminal.
We have two options available for customers looking to parking at Aberdeen Airport Park and Depart.
The SuperSaver option means you save a bit of money, but this can’t be cancelled later if your plans change. The standard product costs a couple of pounds more, but offers more flexibility in case you need to amend your booking at a later date.
Just off the A96, Aberdeen Park and Depart is easy to find, as it’s part of the airport grounds. A free transfer bus offers passengers quick and easy access to the terminal. This runs on-demand and takes just five minutes.
This is the cheapest Aberdeen Airport parking we offer, and it’s a self-park system which means you simply drive in, park up and keep hold of your keys. Your car will be right where you left it when you get back from your holiday.
As with all Park Mark-approved car parks, Aberdeen Park and Depart has security fencing, lighting, CCTV and regular patrols to make sure all cars are protected.
Aberdeen Airport Parking FAQs
How do I know if my car will be safe?
All Aberdeen Airport car parks on Airport Park and Ride have the official Park Mark approval. This means the local police have visited the site to check it out, making sure it meets strict requirements for safety.
If a car park has Park Mark approval, it means that it has CCTV, secure barriers, security fencing and lighting, as well as staff patrolling the site at regular points.
When should I book my Aberdeen Airport Parking?
It’s always best to book Aberdeen Airport parking as soon as you can to get the best price. Once your holiday is booked, your next step should be to book your airport parking.
By booking early, you’ll get the best rates, as prices go up closer to the date of travel when fewer spaces are available.
Booking early also means you enjoy peace of mind that everything is sorted and ready for your trip.
What if my flight is delayed?
Most Aberdeen Airport car parks ask for your flight number when you book your parking. They use this to keep an eye on delays so they know when to expect you back.
If your flight has been delayed or you change your travel plans, please contact us so we can let your car park provider know.
How early should I book my car in ahead of my flight?
It’s best to get to the airport two hours before your flight. Unless someone is dropping you off right outside the terminal, you should allow extra time to park your car and get to the terminal. If you choose airport parking with a transfer bus to the terminal, make sure you’ve given yourself extra time for this, so you can still get to the airport two hours before your flight.
Even the most organised person can come across traffic and other delays outside of their control, so make sure you have plenty of time so you’re not in a last-minute rush.
Aberdeen Airport Information
Read the guide to Aberdeen Airport to find out what there is there, and what you may need to know when you get there.
Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934 and is owned by AGS Airports Limited.
It served 3.1 million passengers in 2017 and has one runway and one terminal. The airport is a base for Eastern Airways, Flybe and Loganair.
In the past decade, £52 million has been invested into Aberdeen Airport updates, and £57 million is set to be invested over the next ten years.
An extension to the runway was completed recently, as well as a £5 million parking deck. 2020 sees a terminal transformation costing £20 million.
Aberdeen Airport is in Dyce, around seven miles away from Aberdeen city centre.
The busiest domestic destinations from Aberdeen Airport are London Heathrow, Manchester, Gatwick and Sumburgh, Shetland.
The most popular international destinations from Aberdeen Airport are Amsterdam, Stavanger, Paris and Dublin.
Aberdeen Airport Terminal Guide
Aberdeen Airport has one terminal.
The terminal has a number of shops and restaurants for passengers to visit, as well as an airport lounge which can be booked ahead of your visit.
Read on to find out more about what you’ll find in Aberdeen Airport’s terminal.
Aberdeen Airport Shops and Restaurants
Shops at Birmingham Airport include World Duty Free, Boots and Dixon Travel. There is also a Rolling Luggage, Travelex and WH Smith. As well as shops, there’s even an art gallery at Aberdeen Airport, Gallery Heinzel.
If you want to eat at Aberdeen Airport, choose from The Granite City Pub & Kitchen, Joe’s Coffee House, Bocco and Costa. Or, pop into The Distilling House for a drink!
Aberdeen Airport Special Assistance Service
Special assistance is on offer at Aberdeen Airport if you need it.
Contact the airport or your airline at least 48 hours before you travel if you wish to book this service.
Aberdeen Airport Lounge
Aberdeen Airport has one airport lounge which you can book online before your visit.
The Northern Lights Lounge at Aberdeen Airport has its own whisky wall, as well as plenty of locally sourced food and drink to enjoy before your flight.
Soak up the panoramic runway views while you sample free food and drink inspired by the local area.
Drinks on offer include craft beer, gin and a range of whiskies. Food includes salads, Aberdeen Angus sliders, curry, scotch pies, pasta dishes and cheeseboards. For breakfast, you can choose from a hot cooked breakfast, pastries, fresh fruit and a range of cereals.
How To Get To Aberdeen Airport
How to get to Aberdeen Airport by car
The postcode for Aberdeen Airport is AB21 7DU. Enter this into your sat nav and you should find the airport easily from the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness Road.
How to get to Aberdeen Airport by bus
You can catch a bus to Aberdeen Airport from Aberdeen city centre, as well as many other locations.
It takes 30 minutes to get to Aberdeen Airport from the city centre by bus and all bus services to the airport stop right outside the terminal building.
How to get to Aberdeen Airport by train
The nearest train station to Aberdeen Airport is Dyce. This is two miles from the terminal and you can reach it by taxi. Direct trains run from Elgin, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Alternatively, you can catch a train to Aberdeen then change for the ten-minute journey from Aberdeen to Dyce.