Trains are 1% more expensive in Aberdeen than in London.
A meal in Aberdeen costs roughly the same as in London.
A taxi fare in Aberdeen is 40% cheaper than in London.
Coffee is 1% more expensive in Aberdeen than in London.
As one of the most vibrant cities in the world, there is always something for you in London. The metropolitan city is regarded as one of the most important cities in the world. London is rich in history, art and culture as it features several museums and art galleries. The city is the capital of England and the largest city in the UK.
With a host of stunning attractions and amazing things to do, there is always a reason to visit the city. London has five major airports: Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick, Luton and London City Airport. Flights to Aberdeen from London depart from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City Airport.
With five passenger terminals, London Heathrow airport is the largest in the UK. The airport is well-equipped with high-tech amenities and provides top-notch customer services. Both Gatwick and Heathrow Airport are located within a short distance from the city centre.
Therefore, getting to the airport from the city is very easy. London Aberdeen flights take over an hour to Aberdeen from any of the airports. If you are flying from Heathrow Airport, the most convenient transport option is via Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect, which is linked to the airport terminal from Central London. You can opt for a National Express coach for transfer to Gatwick or London City Airport from the Victoria Station.
Aberdeen offers a wide variety of attractions, superb shopping and fine dining. The cosmopolitan city is steeped in history and culture. It features several museums which offer fascinating insight into the city's history and showcase a collection of ancient cultural artefacts that will amaze you. Commonly referred to as the 'granite city', the city is filled with impressive granite buildings and architecture.
If you love whisky, Aberdeen is the place for you as it is locally-produced in abundance. For an opportunity to have a taste, take a whisky sampling tour. Aberdeen is to be the third largest city in Scotland and it is the main commercial centre and seaport in the northeast of the country.
Flights from London to Aberdeen arrive at Aberdeen Airport (ABZ), which is the main airport serving the city and its surrounding cities. Aberdeen has excellent domestic flight connections from London. Aberdeen Airport is located about 9.3km northwest of the city.
Getting to the city from the airport is straight-forward. There are several transport options including bus and train services. You can take a coach that connects the airport to Dyce Railway Station, where you can take a train ride to your destination. You can also opt for a taxi or hire a car to transfer you to the city.
Dyce airport being refurbished but there was no hassle
Tiny but adequate airport. Needs a lot of upgrades or at least a good clean.
security staff unfriendly and brusque. Only one female toilet in departure lounge and cubicles too small for people with hand baggage. Lounge generally run down.Baggage collection a shambles, having to walk far too far. Charging for drop-off not customer friendly.
Just the school kids swearing and mucking about ages 15-18 teachers all sitting at the back never came near them
seemed undermanned. Agian security was slow.
Awful! I will not be using this airline again!!!