Edinburgh Flying Scot Self Park - Summer Special
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Please be aware that satellite navigation systems are not guaranteed to take you directly to the car park so please use the directions provided below. The car park cannot be held responsible if you fail to locate the car park or are delayed.
Take the A8 towards Edinburgh Airport. At the roundabout, follow signs for the terminal building (East Field Road). At the second roundabout you will see the Hilton Hotel on the right hand side. Take the first left into Fair View. The car park is 400 yards along Fair View on the right hand side.
Please make sure you do not enter 'SCOT PARK' as this is the NCP car park and is not the car park you are booked into. You must go to Flying Scot parking.
On arrival, please park your car and report to the car park reception and present your confirmation voucher or booking reference number. You will then be transferred to the airport.
On your return, please use the courtesy phones (Flying Scot/LowcostParking) located just outside the domestic and international arrivals hall or at the front doors, or you can use your mobile and call 0131 335 3868. Then make your way to stand 7 for collection. The buses will collect you there and take you back to your car.
The car park has CCTV, floodlights, 2 security guards and guard dogs making regular checks.
Car would be parked under your own insurance and at your own risk.
This is a self park service where customers can take their own keys and park themselves.
Please arrive at the car park at least 30 minutes before your earliest recommended check-in time.
Vans are accepted in the Flying Scot Self Park but please check with the provider.
Flying Scot Self Park Summer Special - Non Flexible
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