Travel to Scotland by plane

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    Scotland is well served by airlines operating from airports around the UK to Scotland’s major city and regional airports

Flying to Scotland from elsewhere in the UK is the generally the fastest travel option. This is particularly true if your ultimate destination is beyond the major cities or on any of the islands.

In addition to regular carriers such as British Airways and BMI, Scotland is well served by the budget airlines operating from airports around London and from other area hubs on routes to Scotland’s major city and regional airports.

Airfares are most competitive on popular routes such as the flights from London to Edinburgh and Glasgow, although if you add on the cost of travel to and from the airport plus airport taxes, the savings on the same journey overland can be limited.

To find flights and fares to Scotland's major airports, search on comparison sites such as SkyScanner, Travel Supermarket and Cheapflights.

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