Flights to Scotland
Loganair flies to more airports in Scotland than any other airline; whether looking to get away from it all in the far flung isles of Shetland to discover pristine wildlife, or to discover the well-preserved, unique traditions of craft-making in the outer-hebrides, or to discover the famous Loch Ness in the dramatic Scottish Highlands – Loganair’s flights to Scotland offer unrivaled access to all the country has to offer.
Year-round flights to Scotland
Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest city and is ideal for people who love to shop. Furthermore, it is home to the newly built Union Square shopping centre and leisure park, you’ll never be stuck for something to do.
Land between tides on a magnificent beach you would think is somewhere in the Caribbean rather than Scotland. In addition, you have heard right, land on a beach – the only scheduled aircraft beach landing in the world.
Lying between North and South Uist, Benbecula is linked by a series of causeways and bridges to the Uists. Moreover, the isles are ideal for anglers, birdwatchers, walkers and backpackers alike.
Campbeltown is one of the sunniest places on Scotland’s west coast and is home to the famous Machrihanish golf course. Also, whilst your here, why not visit Campbeltown Loch, according to locals it’s full of whisky – need we say more?
Dundee is nearby the world-renowned Carnoustie golf course and the Open 2018. Additionally, the city is also the country’s first UNESCO City of Design and is home to the newly opened V & A museum.
The capital of Scotland and one of the worlds most beautiful cities, founded on the defensive Castle Rock more than 5,000 years ago. Furthermore, this city is full of culture and history with plenty of streets and stories to explore.
Located halfway between Orkney and Shetland mainland, Fair Isle is the most geographically remote inhabited island in the UK. The island is a birdwatcher’s paradise due to it being a vital stopping point for bird migration.
Scotland’s largest city is characterised by its music scene and lively nightlife. Subsequently, there are plenty of music venues, bars and clubs on many streets – its the city that never sleeps, in Scotland.
The capital of the Scottish Highlands is home to the famous Loch Ness and its mythological monster. Moreover discover its historic castles and stunning mountains and the beauty of the highlands.
Shetland is a land of dramatic views. Although these isles are well known for miniature ponies, it is the bird life that dominates Shetland – making it a true ornithologists dream.
Stornoway is the main town in the Outer Hebrides. Lewis is mainly flat with hundreds of lochs and beaches, whereas Harris has outstanding mountain scenery with a rugged rocky landscape.
Tiree is known as ‘Hawaii of the North’ due to it being one of the sunniest places in the UK. In addition, Tiree is well known as a windy place, which is ideal for surfing and windsurfing.
Wick is an ideal spot to start the North Coast 500, visit the most northerly part of the UK and come across glorious beaches and coves, furthermore take to the top of the hills and experience breathtaking views.
Flights from Manchester to Scotland
Get direct flights to the Scotland, including flights to the further flung Highlands and Islands destinations, meaning you can explore even more with:
Flights from Norfolk to Scotland
Check-out convenient, direct flights from Norfolk to Scotland from Norwich Airport, furthermore you can connect onward to other Scottish destinations with:
Flights from Isle of Man to Scotland
Discover Scotland’s Capital with ease with:
Flights from Guernsey to Scotland
Explore Scotland’s Style Mile and the Trossachs National park easily with:
Flights from Ireland to Scotland
Find direct flights from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to Scotland, moreover whether you are looking for a Highland escape of a stylish city break, you can do so with: