Edinburgh Airport primarily supports passengers going to and from the Edinburgh, Lothian, Fife, Scottish Borders and Central Scotland regions. Flights from this airport go to UK, European and North American destinations.
The airport has a range of shops available for different travelling needs. They've even got a Shop & Collect service where you buy before you board your flight and fetch your purchases when you return. Some of the featured stores include Boots, Hugo Boss, The Airport Gallery, MAC, Surfbox, WH Smith, Dixons, Kurt Geiger, Accessorize and World Duty Free.
Not only does Edinburgh Airport have a variety of shops, it also has a variety of eateries, coffee shops and bars to tend to your needs. These catering outlets include CaffÃ¨ Nero, Costa, EAT., Fringe Bar and Eating Place, The Gathering Deli CafÃ© & Takeaway, The Turnhouse , Wetherspoons - Sir Walter Scott Bar, YO! Sushi and Thermidors Seafood Bar.
Edinburgh Airport has an online currency exchange facility that lets you order your cash over the internet. It is operated by American Express and offers highly competitive rates with 0% commission.
Since smoking is banned in public buildings in Scotland, you are allowed to smoke in designated areas outside of the airport terminal.
Broadband internet access is available via computer desks and kiosks throughout the terminal. Mobile devices can go online using the high-speed WiFi network.
Passengers with reduced mobility should contact their airlines at least 48 hours prior to departure. This will ensure that you get assistance from the airport at the predetermined meeting point until you depart. The airport allows guide dogs as long as they are registered with the Pet Travel Scheme.
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