Aberdeen Airport Parking
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Aberdeen Airport Parking
You can save a great deal on parking at Aberdeen Airport by pre-booking with Purple Parking. We can arrange off-airport parking at a reasonable and competitive price with our parking partners Aberdeen Airpark who are located at Dyce, which is just 2 miles away from the airport terminal. They provide a Park & Ride service which offers secure parking and frequent courtesy transfers to and from the airport which take just 5 minutes.
Aberdeen Airport is situated 5 miles northwest of Aberdeen city centre and is easily accessible by car. The airport can be found about a mile off of the A96. At the DYCE DRIVE ROUNDABOUT follow the airport signs on to DYCE DRIVE. Take the second available right on to ARGYLL ROAD. At the next round about take the second available exit on to BRENT ROAD which will lead you to the Airport terminal.
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Parking Services at Aberdeen Airport
At Aberdeen Airport, Purple Parking offers a Park and Ride service operated by:
Simply drive yourself to Aberdeen Airpark’s secure car park which is located just 2 miles from the airport. Once you have checked in, load your luggage on to the courtesy transfer bus, then sit back and relax whilst you are driven to the airport terminal. On your return, a courtesy bus will be waiting to take you straight back to your car which will have been de-misted, de-frosted, cleared of snow as necessary and checked for flat batteries. In cold inclement weather cars are started up to warm them and the boots are opened ready for your baggage so you can be sure of a hassle free trip home.
Facilities at Aberdeen Airport
Transport Facilities - Aberdeen Airport has two car parks offering short term, long term and priority parking. Purple Parking can arrange airport parking for Aberdeen Airport with our parking partners located at Dyce, just two miles away. They operate a cost effective and reliable Park and Ride service. The closest rail station to the airport is also located at Dyce and can be reached by taxi or bus service 80 Dyce Airlink. Dyce is on the Aberdeen-Inverness line and is also served by some through trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh. Regular buses run from the airport to Aberdeen City Centre and other local destinations. Taxi's are available from the airport taxi operator, Comcab, outside the front of the terminal.
Aberdeen Airport provides a good range of facilities for business and leisure travellers including children and disabled passengers.
Business Facilities - There is an executive lounge at Aberdeen operated by Servisair. For a single fee it offers a wide range of complimentary beverages, snacks, newspapers, magazines, television, Internet access and work areas. There are also internet desks located in the terminal and wireless internet access is also available.
Leisure Facilities - Aberdeen's terminal has a good range of shopping and eating facilities. There are also cash facilities, children's play area, foreign currency exchange, left baggage, lost property, telephones, toilets and trolleys available throught the terminal.
Facilities For Disabled Passengers - Induction loops have been installed in various locations throughout the terminal for passengers with hearing difficulties. There are reserved seating areas in the terminals that have low-level flight information screens and spaces for wheelchair users. There are unisex, wheelchair accessible toilets located before and after security. The airport's car parks have clearly signed blue/orange disabled badge parking spaces located close to the terminal access routes. Help points are located near these spaces and assistance is free to those with special needs.
About Aberdeen Airport
- Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) is the 3rd busiest airport in Scotland and the UK's 15th busiest in terms of numbers of passengers. It is located in Dyce, 5 miles northwest of Aberdeen's city centre.
- In 2010, Aberdeen Airport handled more than 2.76 million passengers.
- Aberdeen Airport is a base for BMI Regional and Eastern Airways and also operates as the main heliport servicing the UK's offshore oil industry.
- ABZ offers domestic flights within the UK and international flights to destinations in Europe.
The History of Aberdeen Airport
When Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934, it was intended to link the northern islands of Scotland with London. During the Second World War the airfield became an RAF base and was mainly used as a photographic reconnaissance base. The airport was nationalised in 1947 and was later transferred to BAA in 1975.
Helicopter operations began in 1967, linking the growing number of North Sea oil rigs to the mainland. With the North Sea oil boom in full swing, Aberdeen Airport became the world’s largest heliport. Currently the airport handles more than 37,000 rotary wing movements accounting for half of the aircraft movements there.
In 1977, a new terminal was opened after a £10 million investment at the airport and a major departure lounge development was completed in 1992. Noise constraints had prevented the airport from accepting or dispatching aircraft between 22:30 and 06:00, however the city council overturned this ban in March 2005 allowing the airport to operate 24 hours a day.
In December 2006, investment plans for the airport’s future were unveiled which included a runway extension. The terminal’s Departure Lounge underwent a £10 million refurbishment which was completed and opened in June 2007. A year later, work began on a £2 million forecourt project to improve passenger access, with a new dedicated access lane for taxis and a drop off area for passengers.
Aberdeen Airport celebrated its 75th birthday in July 2009. With its helicopter industry and a growing demand for fixed-wing services, Aberdeen has the busiest runway/airspace in Scotland and the fifth-busiest runway in the United Kingdom. Work is due to commence on a 124 metre runway extension in 2011.