At Aberdeen Airport
Aberdeen Airport is an international airport located at Dyce, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is situated approximately 5 miles from Aberdeen city centre. It is the base for Eastern airways. The airport serves the main heliport for the Scottish offshore oil industry, the airport has a small terminal used for oil company charter flights. It is Scotland's third largest city and is the county town for Aberdeenshire. Aberdeen consists of some of the oldest universities as well as a harbour and a pleasant beach.
The airport has one main passager terminal, serving schedualed and charter holiday flights. You can get from Jersey Airport to Aberdeen in just over 4 hours, from only £261 return flight. Aberdeen offers a range of domestic and short haul European international flights.
Facilities at Aberdeen Airport include;
Aberdeen is home to the country’s largest national park, a dramatically imposing coastline and of course the city itself, there is so much to explore in Aberdeen City. The city offers striking granite architecture, a rich and inspiring history, a dynamic modern arts scene and perhaps Scotland's strongest industrial heritage; the country's third largest city offers a host of treasures. In the south western tip of Aberdeenshire are the wildernesses of the Cairngorms and Grampian Mountains, and along the coastline there are miles of unspoiled beaches. There are so many castles to see that a Castle Trail has been set up to help visitors find their way around. This only covers a few selected castles which are open to the public.
Aberdeen has the most un-crowded sandiest beaches and the bluest skies, it has the most natural unspoilt natural landscapes anywhere in the UK, so many buildings, including domestic properties, are built from this local stone. It is also home to the oldest existing transport company in the UK - The Shore Porters' Society, founded in 1498.