Dundee Airport (DND) Information
(Dundee, Scotland, UK)
This Scottish airport has stood on the same section of reclaimed Firth of Tay land since the early 1960s. Today, this small riverside hub, near both Dundee University and the Dundee Technology Park, still serves Scotland's fourth-biggest city. Passengers can easily see the Tay Rail Bridge, one of the city's best known landmarks, as they enter the grounds.
Dundee Airport's annual passenger throughput hovers around the 75,000 mark. CityJet flights to London City Airport, Flybe flights to Birmingham
, and Blue Islands seasonal charter flights to Jersey
are currently the only direct flights handled here.
It takes just minutes to travel between the airport and the city centre along the A85, the closest thoroughfare. Although passengers cannot travel directly by train or bus, car hire and taxis can both be used to easily reach the city's main rail and bus stations.
Dundee Airport (DND)
Address: Riverside, Dundee, DD2 1UH, Scotland, UK
Tel: +44 1382 662 200
Dundee Airport's Tayside location alongside the Firth of Tay shore lies only 3 km / 2 miles south-west of the city's heart. The airport may be relatively small in size, but it is nonetheless among the most important transportation hubs for this picturesque part of eastern Scotland
Dundee Airport (DND) Guide
- Homemade baked goods served at the Fresh Jet Café, which can host meetings of up 70 people
- Reading material and souvenirs on sale at the Fresh Jet Café
- Vending machines
- Internet access
- Car hire from Avis, Alamo, Arnold Clark and Europcar
- Departures lounge with magazines and newspapers
- Facilities for disabled passengers, including ramps and adapted phones
- Several stands displaying tourist information brochures about local attractions
Dundee conveniently lies between Aberdeen
along the A90, the main thoroughfare connecting the two larger Scottish cities. Driving here is fairly straightforward so long as motorists avoid the Forth Bridge's rush hour traffic. Fife lies a leisurely drive away, across the Tay Road Bridge.
Taxis, the only public transportation available between Dundee Airport and the city centre, stand ready outside the terminal to transport passengers wherever they wish to go in the region. The ride into this popular Scottish city takes less than ten minutes.
The city's Tay Bridge railway station is simple to reach by taxi, being just a five-minute taxi journey away. From here, you can catch trains to onward destinations around Tayside and throughout Scotland, such as Aberdeen, Glasgow
and the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.