Edinburgh Airport Bus

In this page you’ll find all the Bus options at Edinburgh Airport (EDI).

Edinburgh Airport (IATA: EDI; ICAO: EGPH), is the international airport serving the Ingliston area, in the city of Edinburgh, in Scotland. It is located about 10 km away from Edinburgh city centre. In 2016 it was the busiest airport in Scotland and the sixth in UK. To reach Edinburgh city centre by bus from EDI Airport can take between 30 and 45 minutes, depending on the destination and the traffic. At Edinburgh Airport you can find the following bus options:

- Skylink 200 (blue line): this busline goes from Edinburgh Airport to the following stops: Gogarburn, Clermiston, Blackhall, Drylaw, Muirhouse, Edinburgh College, Granton, Newhaven, Lindsay Road and Ocean Terminal Leith. The total ride takes 49 minutes.

- Night bus N22 (stop D): this service works from EDI airport via South Gyle to Ocean terminal in Leith between 00:45h and 4:15h all days of the week. It works every 30 minutes and the total trip takes 28 minutes. The price is 3 pounds.

- Airlink 100 (yellow line): it is the express line from the airport to Waverley Bridge (city centre). This bus service works from EDI Airport to Maybury, Drum Brae, Edinburgh Zoo, Wester Corner, Murrayfield, Wester Coates, Haymarket (city centre), West End (city centre), Princess Street (city centre) and Waverley Bridge (city entre). The total ride takes 30 minutes. It works every 10 minutes. A single ticket costs 4,50 pounds and the returning 7,50.

- Service 200 (Stop B): this bus line works from the Airport via Clemiston, Blackhall, Drylaw, Muirhouse and Newhaven to Ocean Terminal between 4:55h and 00:00h all days of the week, with a frequency of 30 minutes. The total journey takes about 50 minutes. A single ticket costs 4,50 pounds and a returning 7,50.

- Bus service 35 (orange line): it goes to the city centre and to Ocean Terminal. This busline goes from the Edinburgh Airport Terminal to Ingliston Park & Ride, to Gogarburn RBS HQ, Gyle Centre, Edinburgh Park, Sighthill, Napier University, Saughton Mains, Chesser, Slateford, Fountain Bridge (city centre), Holyrood (city centre) and Ocean Terminal Leith. The total ride takes 88 minutes. Buses run every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday and Sundays every 30 minutes. A single ticket costs 1,60 pounds and a Day ticket 4 pounds.

- Tram: tram service takes you from EDI Airport to Gogarburn RBS HQ, Edinburgh Gateway, Gyle Centre, Edinburgh Park Central, Edinburgh Par Station, Bankhead, Saughton, Balgreen, Murrayfield Stadium, Haymarket (city centre), West End (city centre), Princess Street (city centre), St Andrew Square (city centre) and York place (city centre). The total ride takes 37 minutes.

Other buses

- Service 21A (Livingston & West Lothian, Stop E): this bus line works from EDI Airport via Broxburn and Uphall to Livingston, to Bathgate and Fauldhouse. It also departs from Edinburgh Park. It works once every hour, no service on Sundays. The total ride takes 45 minutes. A single ticket costs 3,40 pounds and a returning 6,20.

- Jet 747 (Fife) (Stop G): this stagecoach service works from the airport with Fife and those travelling further to the north. The service travels at Ratho Station for connections west, South Queensferry (Forth Road Bridge), Ferrytoll Park & Ride so onwards travel across Fife, Inverkeithing rail station for rail travel further north and Halbeath Park & Ride for onward bus travel further north. It works with a frequency of 20 minutes (30 minutes in the evenings). The total ride takes 25 minutes. A single ticket costs 6,10 pounds and the returning 8,50 or 11,50.

- Citylink Air (Glasgow) (Stop C): this is a service to Glasgow city centre, with buses every 30 minutes. The total trip time is 1 hour. One single ticket costs 11,60 pounds and 19 the returning.