Inverness Airport

Radio Frequency:
122.605  (App)
118.405 (Twr)


01667 460361



* Information not to be used for detailed flight planning - please check details with airfield or current chart

Originally opened by the RAF during the Second World War, it opened for civilian use in 1947. BEA operated flights to Heathrow using Tridents in the 1970’s. Dan Air and others operated on and off for a while to Heathrow and Gatwick, with Easyjet serving Luton.

The airport is a main hub for the Scottish Highlands and Islands service.

AVGAS and JET A1 available, a surcharge is made if out of hours 0600-1900. PPR please.  A restaurant and bar is available. A great place to base yourself if touring the highlands.  Car hire for touring is on site, including Europcar an LAA partner offering discount.

Approach radio is 122.605 and the Tower is 118.405.

Photography (mostly) Neil Wilson

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