Whether you are looking for Scotland flights from Canada or from another city in the United Kingdom or Europe, there are plenty of options available. Scotland is home to two major international airports: Glasgow Airport and Edinburgh Airport.
Located approximately 13 kms west of the city centre, the Edinburgh Airport is served by an assortment of scheduled air carriers from Canada. These carriers provide flights year-round and operate most every day of the week, especially during tourist season (April/May to September/October). Flights to Edinburgh are not direct and will route through another city, this city will depend entirely on which airline you are travelling with. For example, if you fly with British Airways you will connect in London, if you fly with Air France you will connect in Paris. Working with a travel expert to book flights to Edinburgh will help you to secure the most affordable rate as well as select the best connecting flight.
Edinburgh Airport is well-connected to the city. The Airlink 100 express and N22 night buses will take you from airport to city in as little as 25 minutes, depending on traffic. Taxi hire is also available but will cost you quite a bit more than either of the bus options. You can also arrange car hire, but driving in Edinburgh city centre can be difficult, and parking is quite limited.
The Glasgow Airport is approximately 13 kms west of the Glasgow city centre and just 2 minutes from the town of Paisley. Both charter air carriers and scheduled air carriers serve the airport. Flight service with a charter air carrier is available on a seasonal basis only, April/May to September/October. These flights do not operate every day of the week, usually just once a week. Flights with charter air carriers are typically direct. Scheduled air carriers have more options for travellers as they operate a year-round, almost daily service to Glasgow. The only downfall is their flights are not direct, and will route through another city. Similar to the scheduled air carriers flying to Edinburgh, the connecting city when travelling to Glasgow will depend on the airline you travel with. The Glasgow Airport is connected to the city centre via bus and taxi hire. The nearby town of Paisley provides train service into the city and is easily reached from the airport by bus or taxi.
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