Twenty minutes drive from the lovely city of Inverness, Inverness airport bills itself as the gateway to the Highlands. And you can find out everything you need to know before you fly on this page. (...)
You can check the status of your flight in our table below, which has live status updates for all flights leaving Inverness airport today or just enter a flight number and date into the fields on the right. We also have information about your airline and the plane youll be flying in, a map to show you how far along its flight path the plane is, the weather forecast at your destination and a list of great places to visit.
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Your airline will be able to tell you what time you should check in, but as a general rule, Inverness airport recommends arriving two hours before a European flight and an hour before a domestic flight.
Some airlines allow you to check in online, which means you just need to drop your hold baggage off at the bag drop desk when you get to the airport before heading straight to security. Contact your airline to find out more.
Luggage allowances vary between airlines, so its important you check how many bags youre allowed, and what size they need to be. The maximum size for any piece of hand luggage is 56cm x 45cm x 25cm, but make sure your airline doesnt have more stringent restrictions.
With all airlines the rule concerning liquids, pastes and gels in your hand luggage is the same: they must be in containers of 100ml or less, otherwise they need to go in your hold luggage. Liquids need to go through security separately from your hand luggage, in a clear, resealable 20cm x 20cm plastic bag. The exceptions are baby milk, baby food and liquid medicine you need for the trip, which arent limited to 100ml - you will probably need a letter from your doctor to say you need the medicine.
If youre travelling with a large musical instrument, you should contact your airline beforehand its possible they may ask you to book an extra seat. For more details, visit our Inverness airport baggage and security page.
If youve not already booked your holiday parking with us, we suggest you take a trip over to our Inverness airport parking page to see what great deals we can offer you. You can choose either the Long-Stay or the Short-Stay car park both are within walking distance of the terminal, but the Short-Stay is right outside it (and therefore the Long-Stay is usually slightly cheaper). The earlier you book, of course, the better prices are likely to be.
You can drop passengers off in the Short-Stay car park, where you can park for 20 minutes for free. After that parking costs £3 for up to an hour. (Prices correct on August 25, 2013.)
Booking in advance can save you pounds
Save £'s on the gate price.
Convenient if you're traveling with kids.
Complete protection for your trip. Under 18's go FREE.
Relax away from the crowded terminal.
Perfect for daytrippers, shoppers and holiday makers.