Edinburgh Airport does not have a railway station. The airport is linked to Edinburgh's main rail stations, Waverley and Haymarket, by tram bus or taxi.
For those travelling north, the Jet 747 service provides a convenient link between the airport and Inverkeithing station in Fife.
Rail passengers can get between airport and station by taxi or by bus. The Airlink 100 service runs 24 hours and calls at Waverley and Haymarket stations. Journey times to and from the airport are between 25 and 30 minutes in normal traffic. A night bus, the N22, also runs between Waverley station and the airport.
Rail services to Edinburgh city
|Train operator||Services to/from|
|ScotRail||Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness and stations throughout Scotland.|
|First TransPennine Express||Manchester Airport via the West Coast Main Line.|
|East coast Mainline||London Kings Cross via the East Coast Main Line.|
|CrossCountry||Birmingham, Leeds and other UK destinations.|
|Virgin Trains||Birmingham New Street via the West Coast Main Line|
Travelling onwards by rail
Combined tickets are available for purchase from the vending machine at Domestic Arrivals. The RailBus ticket includes your bus to Haymarket, Waverley or Inverkeithing, then onward rail travel to your final destination.
National Rail Enquiries: For timetables, service updates and station information UK-wide, call +44 (0)8457 484950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Traveline Scotland: For journey planning within Scotland, visit www.travelinescotland.com.
Transport Direct: To plan a journey to or from somewhere outside Scotland, visit www.transportdirect.co.uk.