Aberdeen International Airport

Overview summary

Aberdeen International Airport is located at Dyce, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland. The airport is approximately 5.8 miles northwest of the city center of Aberdeen.

The airport has one main passenger terminal, as well as three terminals dedicated to North Sea helicopter operations, and a small terminal used primarily for oil company charter flights to Scatsta in Shetland.

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ABERDEEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HISTORY

Aberdeen International Airport opened in 1934 as a way to link the northern islands of Scotland with London. The airfield became a Royal Air Force station during World War II, however nothing remains from the war era at the airport due to expansion.

Helicopter operations began at the airport in 1967 with the discovery of North Sea oil, making Aberdeen the largest oil-related center in Europe and Aberdeen International Airport becoming the world’s largest commercial heliport.

Landing at Aberdeen International Airport

ABERDEEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LOCATION

Aberdeen International Airport is located at Dyce, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland and is approximately 5.8 miles northwest of Aberdeen city center.

ABERDEEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FACTS

Airport Codes: ABZ, EGPD
Latitude: 57.12 N
Longitude: -2.19 E
Elevation: 215 ft.

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