Manage My Booking

Online Check-in

Passenger cabin bags and hold luggage must not contain any articles or substances that may present a danger during transport. Please read the Prohibited Items Notice

I confirm I have read and understand the restrictions on dangerous goods in cabin and hold luggage.

Fly to Inverness for Loch Ness Knit Fest!

Claim your exclusive 10% off, when travelling to Loch Ness Knit Fest 2018!

Use promo code: Lochknit18

Terms and Conditions of Offer

Book between 4th September – 28th October for travel between 15th October – 28th October 2018.

Discount applies to routes to Inverness from Manchester and Bergen. 10% applies to the net fare only (not taxes and charges), subject to availability. All available seats on the defined routes and travel dates will be eligible for the 10% discount. Naturally, throughout the promotional period seats will gradually become more limited. Valid for return bookings only. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

About Loch Ness Knit Fest

Unmatchable Highland landscape, legendary hospitality and the bringing together of knitters from all over the world. Loch Ness Knit Fest is now in its 3rd year and we’re preparing for what’s set to be the best one yet!

There’s a saying in Scottish Gaelic “Ceud Mile Failte”. Its literal translation is “one hundred thousand welcomes”… so whether you’re a fully fledged knitter, aspiring crafter or simply intrigued to come along to this fabulously woolly event, we’d love for you to join us in the heart of Inverness this October.

You’ll see Inverness Leisure Centre as an awesome Loch Ness Knit Fest hub. There’s a massive programme of events including 30+ workshops, main stage entertainment, crafting village and marketplace with over 60 sellers!
In addition to the array of crafting delights you can also enjoy a ceilidh with renowned fiddle supergroup ‘Blazin Fiddles’, tuck into a highland feast, take a cruise on Loch Ness and much more.

Visit Loch Ness Knit Fest for more information 


Today, Inverness is the communications and administrative centre for the north of Scotland. Its law courts and local government offices are housed in the 19th century Inverness Castle and below the castle is the Inverness Museum with exhibits about the history of the Great Glen. The Great Glen is a geological fault running from the Moray Firth on the east coast of Scotland to Fort William on the west, dividing Scotland into two separate land masses. With the construction of the Caledonian Canal in the 19th century, this considerable feat of engineering connects the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean via Loch Ness, Loch Oich and Loch Lochy. These days, this scenic waterway with a series of 28 locks in total, is perfect for cruising, an ideal way to enjoy plenty of stunning scenery.

Along the west shore of Loch Ness, commanding fine views of the surrounding landscape, is Urquhart Castle. It is from the extensive ruins of one of Scotland’s largest castles, that one of the world’s most enduring legends may be seen. Whether or not you’re lucky enough to catch a glimpse of ‘Nessie’, the magnificent vista will not disappoint. Glen Affric, one of the most beautiful glens in all Scotland, lies to the west of the loch and offers gorgeous scenery of one of the largest remnants of the ancient Caledonian pine forest.

To the south east of Inverness lies Aviemore and the Cairngorms, a mountain range offering good skiing and infinite scope for climbers and walkers. The Cairngorm Ski Resort caters for the energetic outdoor enthusiast seeking adventure in Scotland’s natural playground. To the east, along the south side of the Moray Firth, the landscape is a lot gentler in comparison to the ruggedness that is more commonly associated with the Highlands. Though gentler, this area witnessed the bloody Battle of Culloden in 1746, scene of the last major battle to be fought in mainland Britain. The battlefield has been restored to its state on the day of the battle, and plaques tell which clan fought where and how the battle progressed. East of Culloden are the Clava Cairns, a group of circular burial cairns dating from around 1600 BC and one of Scotland’s finest prehistoric monuments. Cawdor Castle, familiar from Shakespeare’s Macbeth, is the romantic home of the Thanes of Cawdor since the 14th century. Fort George, built following the Battle of Culloden, is considered to be the finest example of artillery fortification in Europe, and is the oldest barracks in the world still occupied by British soldiers.

Tourist Information

Website : Visit Inverness

Facebook: Visit InvernessLochness

Twitter: @visitnessie

Inverness Airport

Airport Tel No

Tel: +44 (0) 1667 464000

Airport Address

Inverness Airport, Dalcross, Inverness, IV2 7JB

Departure Gates

Check monitors for details. Gates are on the ground level

Car Hire

Loganair customers receive up to 15% discount with Europcar when booked via

Taxi Services

Taxis are available from the terminal forecourt. Inverness city centre is approximately a 20 minute journey

Bus Services

There are frequent bus services from the terminal forecourt to the city centre. Service times are available from the airport information desk.

Useful Link