Aberdeen Airport Parking
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- 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.
If you are planning to drive to Aberdeen International Airport you will find that it is easily accessible via a network of motorways and main roads. Alternatively, there is regular public transportation available, with a variety of options including trains, buses, coaches, and taxis.
If you require Aberdeen Airport parking, there are short stay, long stay and priority airport parking options available. Purple Parking can provide off-airport parking for Aberdeen at a reasonable and competitive price. For further information please complete the Quick Quote box above.
Services at Aberdeen
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Our services explained
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.
Leisure and family 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.
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.
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.