Transfer to/from - Edinburgh airport (EDI)

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Public transportation services, licensed taxis and rideshare, private transfer companies and car rental services in Edinburgh airport (EDI)

Transportation

 
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Edinburgh airport (EDI)

Bus

Airlink 100 runs a 24 hours service between the airport and Waverley Bridge, with a frequency of 10 minutes, a trip of 30 min. and a fare of £4.50. Intermediate stops in Maybury, Western Corner, Murrayfield, Haymarket and West End.
Skylink 200 service runs every 30 min. between 4:55 am and 0:00 am to Clemiston, Blackhall, Drylaw, Muirhouse, Newhaven and Leith (50 min.)
Skylink 300 travels to Cameron Toll, with stops in Ingliston, Gogarburn, Gyle, Edinburgh Park, Chesser, Slateford and Surgeons Hall.
Skylink 400 to Ingliston, Gogarburn, Gyle, Edinburgh Park, West Side Plaza, Clovenstone, Oxgangs and Fort Kinnaird.
Bus N22 travels between the enclosure and Ocean Terminal via South Gyle from 0:45 am to 4:15 am, with a frequency of 30 min. The trip takes 28 min. and costs £3.00.

Line 600 from First (Tel +44 345 646 0707) runs from 4:30 am to 0:45 am to Livingston Centre, pasando por Ratho, Newbridge, Kirkliston, Winchburgh, Broxburn, Uphall, Deer Park and Craigshill/Howden.
Jet 747 (Tel +44 138 366 0880) runs to Fife, stopping at the Ratho, South Queensferry and Ferrytoll stations, and then goes to Inverkeithing and Halbeath. The journey takes 25 min. with a £6.50 fare. It operates around the clock with a 30 and 60 min frequency..

Citylink Air (Tel +44 871 266 3333) travels to downtown Glasgow (1 hour trip; £12.00) every 30 min., with stops at Ratho, Harthill and Maxim Park, while bus 909 goes to Stirling (£8.70; 60 min.), also stopping at Bo'ness, Grangemouth and Falkirk, from 7:34 am to 0:39 am.

Tram

Services from Edinburgh Trams (Tel +44 131 338 5780) between the enclosure and the city centre, with stops at Ingliston, Gogarburn, Edinburgh Gateway, Gyle, Edinburgh Park, Bankhead, Saughton, Balgreen, Murrayfield, Haymarket, West End, Princes Street, St. Andrew Square and York Place. They operate every 7-10 minutes from 6:18 am to 10:48 pm, with a journey of 30 min. and a fare of £6.00.

Train

The closest stations are in Edinburgh Gateway and Edinburgh Park, connected to the enclosure through trams. Trains depart from there to Fife, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow, Falkirk, Stirling, Dunblane and Northern and Central Scotland. At Waverley Station, in the city centre and linked through a bus service, you can board trains to Manchester, London, Birmingham, Leeds and other destinations throughout Scotland and the United Kingdom.

 

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Taxi

Vehicles available on the ground floor of the multi-storey car park. Travel time to downtown Edinburgh is approximately 25 minutes and the fare is £25-30. Bookings: +44 131 555 5555.

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Latest updates: June 09, 2021

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Transportation Tips to/from the airport

While there are issues that seem more than obvious, it is always advisable to take into account when moving from or to the airport, and especially if you go on some public transport.
 
 1- To the airport - It is convenient to go out with a little more anticipation than you would commonly suggest. If you choose a taxi or a private car service, always keep in mind peak transit times, demonstrations, strikes or events that may take more or less the trip to the airport from where you are. It is always good to be informed about what happens in the place where you find yourself.
If you have a shared transfer service, please have a contact Tel in case of any delay on the part of the company. In these cases, a scheduled collection schedule is already in tenter.
If you are using public transport (bus, train), have the schedules (weekends and holidays usually have fewer frequencies), if you have to transfer and also how to board (if you need a card or boarding pass or paying at the moment to the driver or rider). These are details that seem obvious, but it is advisable to know not to have surprises and suffer a delay that could bring complications.
If you rent a car to get to the airport check well, where you must leave the vehicles. In some airports, there is an exclusive parking lot for rental cars.
 
 2 -From the airport- here is a little less stressful as you don't have the pressure to miss the flight. In the worst case you will arrive later to the place where you are going to stay or to the meeting point where you try to arrive. Once you get out of the plane, pick up your suitcase and finish with the required arrival procedures. Then you have to look for the public transport signs or consult the airport staff. It is very useful to inform the timetables of the buses in case you arrive late at night. Not all of them work 24 hours a day. The same goes for taxis. If you have hired a private car service, keep ready the mobile app to contact the driver. Some transport services hired, have a person waiting for you, identified with a sign.
If you rent a car to go from the airport to your final destination, for more peace of mind it is recommended to reserve it earlier. Rental counters are usually available at arrivals hall.

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