How much is a cab from Edinburgh Airport to city Centre?

How much is a cab from Edinburgh Airport to city Centre?

From Edinburgh Airport, a cab to the city centre takes about 20 minutes and costs about £20. Airlink runs a shuttle to Waverley Steps that takes 30 minutes and costs £3.50 one-way or £6.00 return. Return tickets are available at a small discount here.

Can I get a taxi from Edinburgh Airport?

Get a taxi Just a 25 minute drive from the city centre, Edinburgh Airport is easily accessible by taxi. If you’re arriving at the airport, find a taxi or a private hire vehicle in our new East Terminus facility located just across the plaza from the main terminal.

Does Uber go to Edinburgh Airport?

Uber is available at Edinburgh Airport, so you can enjoy a convenient and comfortable trip to wherever you need to go.

Can you get a tram from Edinburgh Airport to city Centre?

Hop on the tram Trams are one of the easiest ways to get to and from the airport with fast and frequent services to the city centre. Trams depart every 7 minutes (07:00 – 19:00) and every 15 minutes out-with these hours, with an end-to-end journey of just 30 minutes.

How do I call a taxi in Edinburgh?

Here are three cab companies and their phone numbers:

  1. Central Taxis: 0131 229 2468.
  2. Lida Taxi: 0131 339 1399.
  3. E&I Taxis: 0131 554 6775.

How do I get from Edinburgh airport to city Centre?

The quickest transfer option is to take an Edinburgh airport taxi, which are available 24/7 at Edinburgh airport. The trip takes around 25 minutes in light traffic and costs approximately €26 (£23). The cheapest form of transportation to get to the city centre is to take the Airlink 100 Express Bus.

How much is a taxi from Stirling to Edinburgh Airport?

The quickest way to get from Stirling to Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is to taxi which costs £65 – £80 and takes 33 min.

Is Uber working in Edinburgh?

Taxi-hailing app Uber is launching in Edinburgh on Friday after the app proved successful with customers in Glasgow. Over 65,000 have opened the app in Edinburgh in the last six months alone proving there is “huge demand” for the service, according to Uber.

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