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Short Stay parking prices
|Up to 20 minutes
|Up to 1 hour
|1 - 4 hours
|4 - 12 hours
|12 - 24 hours
(Prices are correct at time of writing and are subject to change.)
Meet and Greet Valet Parking
Unlike other services offering Glasgow airport parking, with Valet Parking or 'Meet and Greet parking' at Glasgow there is no need for a shuttle bus or to struggle looking for a space to park. Your chauffeur does all the hard work so you can enjoy your holiday. Meet and Greet parking is ideal for anyone wanting to save time at either end of their journey. It is perfect for large families, those with a lot of luggage, specialist equipment or bulky baggage, and of course disabled passengers will benefit from the convenience of valet parking at Glasgow too!
From the south: Head along the A9 or A82 and follow the signs for Inverness airport.
From Inverness: Take the A96 eastwards and exit onto the B9039 then follow signs to the airport.
From the north: Take the A835 and follow signs leading to the airport.
Sat Nav information
||+44 (0)1667 464000
|Duty supervisor (help for disabled passengers)
||+44 (0)7985 187095
|Dalcross Handling (help for disabled passengers)
||+44 (0)01667 464120 or 462121
|Avis car hire
||+44 (0)1667 464070
|Hertz car hire
||+44 (0)1667 462652
||+44 (0)1463 222222
||+44 (0)1667 464000
||+44 (0)1463 234353
|Customs and Excise
||+44 (0)1463 222787
|National Rail Inquiries
||+44 (0)8457 48 49 50
||+44 (0)871 200 22 33
Did you know?
Inverness Airport was originally used by the Royal Air Force during World War II and opened for civil operations in 1947. The city of Inverness is renowned to be the "Capital of the Highlands".
Passenger Information/ Help
If you need to speak to someone about anything to do with the airport or your flight then you can ask a member of staff at the customer information desk. You'll find it at the arrivals area and the staff will be more than happy to help you.
Local facilities at the terminal
Inverness Airport was the first airport in the UK to win the prestigious 'Hospitality assured" accreditation and the airport firmly believe that good customer service goes a long way in helping you to enjoy your holiday.
With that in mind the airport has delivered some top notch facilities with plenty of places to eat, drink and shop.
The terminal is open from 05.00 - 22.00 Monday to Saturday and closes at 17.30 on Saturdays. Sunday opening times are 10.00 to 22.00. Facilities include the D'lish land-side and air-side restaurant and bar, the Segafredo Cafe, WH Smith (both land and air-side) and The Jail retail outlet. The Highland lounge (executive lounge) has WiFi access, power points and disabled access, complementary newspaper, tea, coffee and bar. Other facilities include disabled access toilets, a multi-denominational chapel, lost property department and departure lounge. The departure lounge has wheelchair access toilets, WiFi internet access and pay to use internet terminals.
Airlines & Flights
Inverness Airport is a hub for airlines Flybe, Easyjet, Lufthansa, Helvetic and Discover Jersey. The airport's most popular European destinations are Italy, Spain and Germany. Inverness's also serves a large range of domestic flights, with transfers to Luton, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Southampton and Bristol.
Disabled parking spaces are available just outside the terminal building within the two short stay car parks and in the long stay parking compound which is just 800 metres from the terminal building.
Blue Badge holders can park on a long term basis in the short stay car park. Long stay charges will apply. Blue Badge holders must take their badge and parking ticket to the information desk for payment and validation.