Edinburgh Airport

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Edinburgh Airport (EDI) Guide

General Information

Airport Name:
Edinburgh Airport
Airport Code:
12km to the west of Edinburgh, off the A8 and well signposted.
0131 333 1000

Directions & Transportation

Taxi transport is available from outside the UK arrivals hall.
Regular bus service to the town centre, from outside the Terminal.
Bus, Taxi and car

Airport facilities

Airport Info:
The airport information and Edinburgh Tourist Board desk is situated next to International Arrivals.
Left luggage 0600 - 2200 on ground floor. 1.50 GBP per item for the 1st day, and 1.25 GBP for each consecutive day.
Foreign Exchange is open from 0600 until 2200 or to meet all flights. The money exchange guarantees instant availability of at least 23 currencies and short notice access to a further 60.
More Services:
Medical Room and First Aid open from 0615 until 2215.
Eating & Drinking:
The shops are open from 0615 until 2215,and include a Newsagents, Tobacco, some pharmaceutical goods, cosmetics, gifts, jewellery, foods and clothes. The Duty free Shops are open on the air side for all International Flights.
Ground Floor: Costa Coffee - coffee and Danish is on the ground floor. First Floor: Granada food village - A variety of food from snacks to full meals. Burger King, Village Grill, Brioche Dorree, Franklins of Boston. J D Wetherspoon - beers, spirits, coffee and meals. World renowned Jenner's.
Business Facilities:
British Airways 'Executive Club Lounge'. British Midland 'Diamond Club Lounge' and Servisair 'Executive Lounge'.
Disabled Facilities:
Wheelchairs, toilets, lifts, telephones, car parking and porters. Taxis are fitted with 'ramps' for wheelchair access.

Useful Information

Airlines Served:
Aer Lingus, Air France, British Airways, DHL Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Parcelforce, Royal Mail, SNCargo, TNTA, United Parcel Service, bm
Airport Taxes:
6 pounds
Activities near the Airport:
Edinburgh Castle - Dominating the town high on a hill is the top visitor drawcard to Edinburgh. Increadable history and a guided tour is included in the admission price, could take half a day to do it justice. Royal Mile - Impressive 5 story chunky old buildings line this historic street that runs from the castle to Scotlands new parliament at Holyrood House.Suprises lurk in nearly every alley that separate the houses. Princes Street - Running parralel to the Royal Mile down the hill and seperated by a pleasant park is the famous shopping street, some interesting old shops mix with monstrosities.