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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Edinburgh?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $152 and $301 for one-way flights to Edinburgh for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LHR Edinburgh May 29 - Jun 4 $152
LHR Edinburgh May 29 - Jun 4 $152
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Edinburgh Flight Information

Traveling toEdinburgh
Lowest Price$152
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingAir Canada, United, WestJet, American Airlines, Delta, Iberia, British Airways, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Icelandair, Aer Lingus, Turkish Airlines, KLM
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FAQs about Edinburgh Flights

Which airlines fly to Edinburgh?

Planning a trip to Edinburgh? Currently, there are 19 airlines that operate in this city. Book a ticket with one of these reliable carriers:

  • British Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Iberia
What airport is best to fly into Edinburgh?

There's no need to look around for flight options into multiple airports when planning a trip to Edinburgh. Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is the city's sole airport, and is located 6 miles (10 kilometers) from all the action downtown.

Where to stay in Edinburgh

Don't mind the fancier things in life? Then spend your evenings in true style at the Destiny Scotland - Rose Street Apartments. Edinburgh also offers accommodations that won't break the bank. Check the offers at the CODE Hostel Edinburgh if you'd prefer to keep those pennies in your pocket.

Nothing's more exciting than being a hop, skip and a jump from a famous sight. Luckily, the Tony Asga - Tony's Apartments and the Mercure Edinburgh City - Princes Street Hotel are both just a short walk away from Edinburgh Castle, Old Town. Book now and grab your favorite one!

Places to visit in Edinburgh

With several renowned sights in Edinburgh, it'd be sensible to pack some comfortable shoes. First on your travel program should be an outing to Edinburgh Castle and Arthur's Seat. After that, you might want to pick up the pace a bit as you really shouldn't leave without dropping past St. Giles' Cathedral and Palace of Holyroodhouse.

Sightseers will want to check out the University of Edinburgh and the Heriot Watt University. Are you after more things to do in this action-packed city? The Edinburgh Zoo and the National Museum of Scotland will keep you occupied.

Visit Princes Street Gardens, a grassy getaway, and make time to simply enjoy basking in the sun and appreciating your surroundings. Need some more ideas? A cemetery generally isn't the first site on most traveler's lists, but you'll see that Greyfriars Kirk has an intriguing story to tell about the life and times of the region. And there's more. Prepare for an evening of entertainment and talent when you go to Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Edinburgh

These practical tips and hints about airport security will save you lots of time and energy on your journey to Edinburgh:

  • Security staff will ask to see your boarding pass and travel ID upon arrival. Store them in a convenient place, so they're all ready for inspection.
  • Wallets, belts and keys must be placed in a bin for X-raying. If you pass through the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be turned back and instructed to remove them.
  • Everyday electronics such as laptops, tablets and phones need to be put through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure they're easily accessible.
  • Flying with a new cologne or perfume? As long as it's not bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's placed in a clear zip-lock bag, you can keep it with you in your carry-on luggage.
  • Think about your choice of footwear. Slippers are great because they're a piece of cake to take off when you're at the security checkpoint. Try wearing a pair on your next journey!
  • Some countries have stringent biosecurity laws. Consider where you're going to and whether or not you can fly with fresh fruit and other foods.

Flights To Edinburgh

One walk through the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland, and you’ll think you’ve been sent back to the days of William Wallace. A medieval castles dwarfs the city. Cobblestones line many of the streets. The sound of bagpipes drift out of building windows down the alleyways. If you prefer kilts and tam o’shanters to jeans and a baseball cap, Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is your jumping-off point for an unforgettable adventure in the Scottish Highlands.

Transportation From EDI

After your Edinburgh flight lands and you’re taxiing to the gate, it will be tough not to imagine being at the top of Edinburgh Castle during one of its many sieges. Can the plane just fly you to the tallest turret? Probably not, so make sure to check out the bus lines located next to the car rental center on the ground level of Terminal 1. The buses have service to different parts of the city: Grassmarket, Dean Village, and the Financial District, as well as to the hotels close to EDI. There’s also an efficient tram service leaving every 10 minutes from the Edinburgh Airport tram stop into the downtown area, putting you in close proximity to major attractions. If you’re looking for some local knowledge, catch a taxi cab outside of baggage claim and pick your driver’s brain about Old and New Town, Arthur’s Seat, and where the best Scotch whiskey can be found.

Scotland’s Capital is Waiting for You

Book your cheap flight to Edinburgh on Travelocity to save on your airfare ticket—you can use that money to buy an authentic kilt, eat an extra plate of Dundee cake, and ride a bike in the city’s out-of-use railway lines. And if you bundle your flight to Edinburgh and hotel together in a vacation package, you’ll save even more sterling pounds. When you want to experience a land far different from your own, Travelocity can help make that happen.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.