How do I get from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews?

A taxi is the easiest and quickest way to get from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews

Booking a Taxi from Edinburgh to St Andrews ? Save 20% on your taxi

Save 20% off the standard tariffs for taxi bookings from Edinburgh and Glasgow Airport. A taxi from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews costs from  £85 daytime and from £95 from 9 pm .

Toll free number 1-866-233-2644 (US)

Freephone 0800-6190575 (UK)

for bookings or contact us online .

Airport taxis Edinburgh offer a cost effective transfer service from Edinburgh and Glasgow Airport to St Andrews , Linlithgow , Falkirk , Stirling ,   and most cities in Scotland.

Make a booking by phone on our taxi number 07576-127097 . Airport taxis Edinburgh offers an online booking service for national and international customers.

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Save even more on your quote by booking the return journey at the same time.

Edinburgh airport now has more domestic passengers than Heathrow airport , the busiest airport in Europe.

Edinburgh, Scotland’s busiest airport, has also seen a drop in domestic passengers while its overseas numbers increase. But the decline was only 14 per cent, allowing it to take over top position from Heathrow.

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Looking for things to do in Edinburgh ? How about taking a tour from Edinburgh of Scotland’s amazing castles and whisky distilleries ?

Two ancient Scottish castles and two distilleries feature in this tour –

  •  Stirling Castle
  • Doune Castle
  • Deanston Highland Malt Distillery
  • Glenturret Distillery

Doune Castle featured in Monty Python and the Holy Grail , Game of Thrones and the Outlander TV series.

Taxis from Edinburgh Airport

Taxi from Edinburgh to St Andrews costs £85 . Freephone 0800-6190575 for bookings.

taxi from Edinburgh to Glasgow Airport costs £90 daytime. Phone 07576-127097 for bookings or contact us online.

Edinburgh promotes Ridacards for airport transfers in to the city

Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) is fast tracking delegates in Scotland’s capital city with travel cards for airport transfers and other journeys on Edinburgh Trams and Lothian Buses.
The venue is promoting ‘Ridacard’ to professional event managers and this week hundreds of delegates attending a major pharmaceutical conference in the city will use the prepaid travel cards for the first time.

Visiting professional event manager, Hayley Bridgman of Ashfield Meetings and Events said: “Integrated public transport systems are highly prized and well used by international conference delegates who want to make the most of their time in a capital city that many will be visiting for the first time”.

EICC Corporate Sales Specialist, Ekaterina Alison said: “International meetings bring thousands of business tourists to Edinburgh and increasingly organisers are concerned to build public transport into the programme which is always the best environmental option”.

Edinburgh Trams operate a 14km route between York Place in the city centre and Edinburgh Airport, roughly every 10 minutes. Each tram vehicle can accommodate 250 people at any one time and are 100% wheelchair accessible. Along the route are 15 tram stops, connecting passengers with a bus network of over 70 routes, railway stations and popular leisure and business destinations. Travelling from the airport to the city centre takes approximately 35 minutes.

Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh is served by daily direct flights from 85 European cities and from New York, Chicago and Philadelphia in the United States. Middle Eastern routes include daily services from the Qatari capital, Doha and from 2015, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

News flash – Edinburgh Airport is closed

Edinburgh Airport has been evacuated due to a security alert.

Police Scotland said the terminal and access road had been closed following the discovery of “a potentially suspicious bag” in the central search area of the airport.

Passengers and staff were asked to leave the terminal building while an investigation takes place.

Bomb disposal experts are at the scene and a cordon has been put in place.

Edinburgh Airport said an investigation was under way. The airport has been closed to all flights.

A BBC reporter has been told that a male passenger was stopped by security staff and his baggage is being examined.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police at Edinburgh Airport have implemented a closure of the building and the access roads following the discovery of a potentially suspicious bag within the central search area at around 1.50pm today.

“The Explosive Ordnance Disposal are currently in attendance to inspect the item and officers are maintaining a cordon to ensure the safety of the public.”

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