Great Scott! There’s no flying Deloreans, but plenty of planes. Edinburgh (EDI) is a pretty cool little airport. I mean, it kind of looks like a weird face from above or at least a pair of goggles, so that’s something.
For being a smaller airport, it’s the largest in Scotland and the 6th largest in passenger volume in the UK. Not too shabby. With many low cost carriers like WOW and RyanAir offering flights, I’m sure it’ll only get more popular with time.
There’s only one terminal and about 25 gates, so it’s easy to manage. The best thing about it is that the exit is just steps from the Edinburgh tram stop, the most convenient way to get into the city (takes about 30-35 minutes). This was HUGE when I had a long layover here — I just bought a return ticket and got to see all of Edinburgh in a few hours.
Remember: ✈️ = duke of edinburgh the crown season 2 to ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️ = duke of edinburgh season 1 (very specific example, I know)
Convenience to the city: ✈️✈️✈️ (the tram is a godsend)
Ease of navigating through terminals: ✈️✈️✈️ (there’s only one)
Convenience of check in/security lines: ✈️✈️✈️ (was pretty quick)
Dining: ✈️✈️ (not much, there’s a Costa coffee and Starbucks before security and a Krispy Kreme and M&S after)
Bathrooms: ✈️✈️ (could use a little updating)
Charging stations/wifi: ✈️✈️✈️ (free wifi available–tons of charging at Starbucks)
Amenities: ✈️✈️ (a few souvenir shops, Michael Kors, Aerospa, Superdrug)