Visit the Home of the Real Father Christmas from Aberdeen

Fly from Aberdeen airport to Lapland this winter on a magical Winter Wonderland daybreak. Our exclusive charter flight operates direct to Enontekio in the far north of Lapland. It’s just a three-hour flight from Aberdeen but the snow covered fells of the Arctic are a world away from the Granite City. Touch down in True Lapland amid the dramatic snowscapes – a perfect backdrop for the Winter Wonderland that Santa calls his home. Once there, the huskies and reindeer are eager to meet you – and so is the Grand Old Man himself! Play in the snow and ride a snowmobile down a frozen river before your journey back to Aberdeen to be home in time for supper. What a day! See our Winter Wonderland tour for more details.

Getting to Aberdeen International Airport

Arriving by Car

Aberdeen airport is seven miles north-west of the city centre and can be reached easily via the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness road. The postcode is AB21 7DU. If you are travelling from the North, head for the A923, then merge on to the A90. Continue towards the A96 and then follow signs for Aberdeen Airport. If you are travelling from the South, head towards the M8 and M9, then merge onto M90 and follow signs for Dundee/Perth. Then continue onto A90 and follow signs for the airport.

Arriving by Train

Dyce station is on the Aberdeen Elgin Inverness line and is a through route for some trains from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Aberdeen station is in the city centre and is around a ten minute train journey from Dyce station. There are three operators that run trains to the station including, First ScotRail, their services run throughout Scotland and have sleeper trains to London Euston. National Express East Coast, main line trains to Edinburgh and London King's Cross.

Services at Aberdeen International Airport