Aberdeen airport is the only airport in the City of Aberdeen, providing inbound and outbound flights to the rest of the UK and world on a daily basis. Aberdeen airport is located at Dyce, approximately 5.8 miles northwest of Aberdeen city centre.

Aberdeen airport is the 14th busiest airport in the UK, carrying just shy of three million passengers per annum. The offshore oil industry is located to the North of Scotland, making Aberdeen airport perfect to serve as a heliport for journeys to and from rigs. One terminal serves passengers whilst another three is dedicated to North Sea helicopter operations.

Travelling from Aberdeen airport to Aberdeen city centre is easy via taxi, and you can book your journey in advance via one of our Aberdeen taxi companies. Be sure to arrange a price in order to save on your journey as the tariff rate can be higher. By negotiating a price you are instantly saving money and also reducing the risk of being charged more if you are stuck in traffic or delayed.

There are a number of companies who offer airport transfers to and from Aberdeen airport, many of which are listed on our homepage.

No matter where you are in the world, if you plan on making a journey by air, then you will also require transfer from your home to the airport and on your return, from the airport to your home. If you are travelling to or from Aberdeen Airport then taxi transfers from city firms are much cheaper than getting a taxi at the airport. When you have been abroad and are expecting to be met by a taxi driver you will need to call him regarding landing time. Once your driver receives the call he or she will be in the arrivals hall holding a board with your name on it.

Don’t worry about additional charges if your plane is delayed and does not land at the expected time. Most taxi companies that organise airport transfers will track the progress of aeroplanes while they are still in the air. City taxi firms that run transfers will have all the correct tax and insurance on the vehicle so you can rest assured there will be no problems in the unlikely event that the car is involved in an accident.

One of the best ways to book your airport transfer is to do so online you should be able to see a quote form and once you have filled in the necessary details you will receive a quotation for the transfer. Booking online is chiefly for the customer’s convenience because it means that you can book your taxi no matter what time of day or night you log onto the site. If there is any information of which you are unsure, such as postcodes etc. don’t worry about it, simply fill in a manual quote as much as you can and we will send a transfer quote to your email address.

When you have got your quote, providing it is acceptable to you, simply click on it to confirm that you accept it. Once you have accepted the terms of the quotation we will send you an email that you should keep as confirmation of your booking. If it is getting very close to the date that you require the transfer and you have not yet received confirmation of your booking, simply give the taxi company a call to confirm. Most websites that deal with airport taxi transfers will have the company telephone number somewhere on the site.

Taxi airport transfers to and from Aberdeen Airport operate twenty four hours a day. No matter what time you need to get to the airport to check in, a driver will be there to pick you up and deliver you with time to spare. Many flights are late at night or during the early hours of the morning, and this also applies to incoming aircraft. Once you have had your booking confirmed you will be met by a taxi driver, usually in the arrivals hall of the airport. Once the driver has picked you up and stowed your luggage you will be driven from the airport to your accommodation.