Inverness Airport is located at Dalcross, which is in the north east of Inverness, Scotland. Its postal address is Dalcross, Inverness IV2 7JB, United Kingdom and the airport code is INV. The airport is 13 km from the City of Inverness.
The history of the airport can be traced back to the Second World War, when in 1940, the Air Ministry built it for use by the Royal Air Force. Civil operations however started after War in 1947.
It is owned by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited. The Airlines using the airport includes British Airways, Loganair, EasyJet, Ryanair, Lufthansa Cityline, Flybe, KLM UK, ScotAirways and others. Flights destinations are mainly to northern Scotland and the entire United Kingdom, although there are fewer flights to other parts of Europe. There are scheduled flights to London, Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool, Bristol, and Belfast, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Edinburgh, Amsterdam and other locations.
The Airport has 2 runways and charters to light Aircrafts and Commercial jets. Handling agents provide cargo handling services and there is also learnt to fly facilities. In the terminal, there is free WiFi, chapel, toilets for the physically challenged, a lost property unit and pay to use internet terminals. There is also paid parking services.
Commuter can get to and from the airport using either Bus or Car Services. Buses run approximately every 30 minutes while taxis are available on demand. The journey from the Airport to the City takes about 15 minutes. Taxi services at Inverness Airport are available 24/7. If you want a guaranteed airport taxi transfer, please make your booking in advance.