Travel into Edinburgh city centre and beyond
You've a choice of transport links from the airport to the city centre.
The Airlink 100 express and N22 night buses reach Waverley Bridge in about 25 minutes, depending on traffic. The Lothian Buses No 35 also runs into city centre but calls at local destinations en route, and continues to Leith.
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Private taxis and city black cabs call at ranks outside the airport terminal. Taxis can be booked in advance or picked up at the rank.
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The airport is about eight miles (12km) west of the city centre and the journey (via the A8 Glasgow Road) takes about 25 minutes in light traffic. A number of car hire companies operate from the airport.
Plan your route into Edinburgh
Edinburgh Airport car hire
Onward from Edinburgh city centre
Both of Edinburgh's main rail stations, Waverley and Haymarket, are located in the heart of Edinburgh's city centre. The rail network connects to cities all over Scotland and the UK.
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Operators including National Express and Scottish Citylink run services to and from Edinburgh's main bus station in Elder Street. Some services also call at Waverley Bridge (for connections to the Airlink 100 airport service). Additionally, some long-distance buses and coaches call at Ferrytoll Park and Ride.
Edinburgh bus station
Onward journey information
There are several information points located in the terminal to help you with your onward travel options. Each provides airport bus information, and an interactive journey planner to find the best way of getting you to your destination by public transport.
Onward travel information points locations:
- International reclaim hall
- International arrivals area
- Domestic/UK reclaim hall – with RailBus ticket vending machine
Edinburgh Airport terminal map