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Scotland serves up the best of both worlds.
On one hand, it’s got culture-packed cities starring castles, museums and non-stop nightlife. And on the other hand, there are the mountainous Scottish Highlands and islands that dish up a taste of life off the map.
It’s a super scenic train journey from Glasgow to the Isle of Skye. Or you could fly all the way north to the Outer Hebrides, where there’s a chance of glimpsing whales and the Northern Lights.
Even better – travelling from Birmingham to Scotland is easy, thanks to the line-up of short daily direct flights.
How long is the flight from Birmingham to Scotland?
Direct flights are usually between 1 hour and 1 hour 30 minutes long.
Which airlines operate flights from Birmingham to Scotland?
Flybe and easyJet both fly direct.
How frequent are flights between Birmingham and Scotland?
Several Birmingham to Scotland flights jet off a day.
Which airports serve Birmingham and Scotland?
All flights leave from Birmingham Airport.
You’ve got a choice of airports in Scotland. Big airfields include Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport and Aberdeen International Airport, but you could also fly to far-flung northerly islands like the Orkneys or Outer Hebrides.
Which direct flight route between Birmingham and Scotland is cheapest?
It’s cheapest to fly into a big city. Aberdeen and Glasgow often offer the best flight prices, closely followed by Edinburgh.
Flights from Birmingham to Scotland whisk you away to a country that’s wilder than you think.
You might start off in a city like Edinburgh, which showcases polished royal residences like Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. Or perhaps you’d kick off things in Glasgow, which dishes up some of the best museums and sports venues in the UK.
These handsome cities are just a stone’s throw away from some of the wildest scenery in Europe. Cairngorms National Park lines up heather-clad mountains and pine forests on the outskirts of Aberdeen. On the west coast, Mallaig is the gateway to the Outer Hebrides – the isles of Skye, Mull and Eigg.