Dundee Airport Information (DND)

Dundee Airport (DND) is located just two miles southwest of the Scottish city of Dundee. Situated in a picturesque location alongside the River Tay and conveniently close to both the University of Dundee and the Dundee Technology Park, the airport is well-connected to the surrounding area as well as a number of Scottish towns and cities such as Perth, Montrose and Forfar.

Dundee, Tayside, Scotland
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited
Time Zone
056°27'09"N 003°01'33"W

Dundee Airport first opened its doors to the public in 1963, and despite being small is an important local airport as it provides an important connection between Dundee and a number of prominent UK destinations as well as a limited number of international charter flights.

New destinations have recently been added and the airport is currently under review for possible expansion and upgrading. Those who wish to visit Dundee from other parts of the world can take a connecting flight from London provided by Air France.

Around 75,000 passengers pass through Dundee Airport each year and, although small, the airport features a good number of facilities and services for visitors to make use of. A new terminal building was completed in 1997 and features services such as baby changing, an eatery and places to shop and relax.

Passengers who plan to visit Dundee will be able to get there in a mere matter of minutes by car or taxi, while the nearby Taybridge Rail Station offers a speedy and direct connection to a number of cities in Scotland and the rest of the UK.

Dundee Airport is situated just off the A85 highway, which runs directly to Dundee city and connects with the A90 to Perth and the A92 to Glenrothes. There are plenty of car hire options at the airport, making this a convenient option for those who plan to explore the natural beauty of Scotland.

Dundee is famous as being Scotland's sunniest city and is extremely popular as a tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world. Dundee was originally granted city status more than 800 years ago and the city is rich in culture and history.

Featuring an excellent range of sights and attractions such as Dundee University, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Caird Hall, McManus Galleries and the Gothic style buildings of Albert Square, people travel from far and wide to soak up Dundee's unique atmosphere and explore the surrounding area.


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