Direct flights from Inverness INV
The Scottish airport Inverness offers direct flights to most parts of the UK, with some destinations outside the country. See all direct flights and learn more here.
Inverness (IATA: INV, ICAO: EGPE) is a small to medium size airport in the United Kingdom. There are on avarage 14 passenger flights scheduled to take-off from Inverness every day to 11 non-stop destinations in 3 countries. Airlines flying direct from Inverness (INV) include Loganair, easyJet and 2 others.
Non-stop routes from INV:
Inverness Airport – travel guide
Inverness Airport is located in the village of Dalcross, eight miles north-east of Inverness, the city widely regarded as the capital of the Scottish Highlands.
The airport is the primary gateway to this region for air travelers.
How to get there
Inverness Airport is about 15 minutes' drive from the city center and can be reached via the A96. Car parking is free for the first 20 minutes for people dropping off passengers. Drivers will find the short-stay parking area directly in front of the terminal and long-stay parking five minutes' walk from the building.
Travelers who would rather use public transport can catch buses that operate every half hour from Inverness city center to the airport and hourly to Nairn, Forres and Elgin.
Stagecoach also provides the Jet Bus link directly to the airport.
Inverness has a railway station about 15 minutes' taxi ride away, from where travelers can catch trains to major cities such as Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Taxis operate from outside the terminal building and can also be pre-booked.
At the airport
In 2002, Inverness became the first airport to receive Hospitality Assured accreditation from the Hotel and Catering International Management Association. The base claims that its intention is to "put people at the heart of our business and to provide friendly and professional service in a calm and safe environment".
There are several dining venues where passengers can sit down and relax before boarding their flight, with sandwiches, homemade cakes, wines, beers and spirits.
People of various religious faiths can make the most of the help and support provided at Inverness Airport's multi-denominational chapel, which offers both practical and spiritual guidance.
The base's departure lounge provides a number of amenities to help travelers pass the time before boarding their flight.
In the Highland Lounge, operated by Servisair, guests can enjoy comfortable leather seating, free newspapers, freshly brewed tea and coffee, a complimentary bar and useful provisions including laptop power points and a wireless internet network.
Airlines with flights from Inverness
There are 4 different airlines at Inverness (INV) with direct flights to 11 destinations in 3 countries.
Inverness (INV) facts
HubsLoganair (Operating base. )
Flights per day94