Transport and Travel to Inverness

By Air

The Airport is 9 miles (15 km) from the City Centre.
Direct flights to Inverness arrive from London, Amsterdam, Belfast, Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin and Manchester, with carriers including British Airways, KLM, Flybe and Easyjet. All flight times within the UK are under 2 hours.
There are also summer arrivals from Jersey, Southampton, Zurich and Duesseldorf and winter arrivals from Geneva and Innsbruck.
Other main Scottish airports include: Glasgow, Aberdeen & Edinburgh.

By Road

The A9 is the main access road to Inverness from the south, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow and also from the north.
The A82 is a scenic route from the south (Glasgow) via Loch Ness through the Great Glen to Inverness. The A96 links Inverness to Aberdeen.

Public Transport

National bus companies including Megabus, Citylink, National Express & Stagecoach link Inverness with the major British cities. Local rural buses provide a service to Loch Ness and Highland areas.

Inverness is accessible by rail from the south from Glasgow, Edinburgh and London (including sleeper services). See the Scotrail website.