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Why Fly to Aberdeen?
Once a simple busy fishing port, Aberdeen’s star rose alongside the North Sea oil boom and now its Georgian terraces and Victorian civic buildings gaze upon shoppers scouring Union Street for bargains, tourists learning about the city in its museums and thrill seekers having fun at its seafront amusement park. Don’t leave the city without soaking up its 16th history at the Marischal College, learning about life on an oil rig at the maritime museum and seeing rooftop Aberdeen from the swanky Silver Darling restaurant. You can use Travelzoo’s Supersearch to find cheap flights to Aberdeen
Flying to Aberdeen from the UK
You can get a cheap flight to Aberdeen from a variety of regional airports which include Leeds Bradford, Birmingham, Jersey, Exeter and Belfast. There’s also a direct link between Aberdeen and Dublin. For London and south east residents, there are direct services operating out of London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Luton.
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Which Airlines Fly to Aberdeen?
Flybe offers the widest spread of geographical locations from which to get a discount flight to Aberdeen, offering flights out of Gatwick, Leeds Bradford, Birmingham, Jersey, Exeter and Belfast. British Airways has services out of London Heathrow and London Gatwick and if you book far ahead in advance you’ll get a discount flight to Aberdeen from Luton with Easyjet. Ryanair has a direct flight into the Scottish city from Dublin.
Mini Travel Guide to Aberdeen
If you take a tour around the Tolbooth you should get a glimpse of how tough warring Scotland used to be – the ominous guillotine blade put the fear of God into the Jacobites who were imprisoned there. It’s a pretty walk around Old Aberdeen, to the northwest of the city, where the Gothic Brig o’Balgownie is the oldest medieval bridge in Scotland. If you’ve got wee ones with you, Aberdeen is home to Satrosphere science and technology centre where fabulous interactive exhibits for kids include one that allows them to put their hand in a mini-tornado and work out what a pot of paint would weigh in space. Another great stop for kids is Storybook Glen in Maryculter. This gentle children’s park has hundreds of lifesize fairytale, nursery rhyme and cartoon characters dotted around its eleven hectares of floral greenery and elicits whoops of delight from anyone under 10 as they spot familiar characters, from Postman Pat to Cinderella.