Pack your suitcase – it’s holiday time and the world has never been more accessible with flights available from available from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Glasgow Prestwick.
It’s time to explore the world – and fly direct from Scotland!
Where Can I Fly Direct From Scotland?
The world is your oyster! Not only can you explore Europe, but Canada, America and the Middle East all have direct links from Scotland too.
Hot springs, geysers, tectonic plates and of course the Northern Lights. There’s so much to see in Iceland! Fly into the capital Reykjavic but also make sure you take the time to explore the island’s incredible geography outside of the city too.
In under 8 hours you can fly to Canada’s largest city direct from Glasgow and see that famous skyline with your own eyes!
Holiday in one of Italy’s most romantic cities. Get lost in the labyrinth and take in the canals, narrow streets and incredible architecture.
Land on the only scheduled flight beach runway in the world! Also known as Barra-bados, you may well forget you are in Scotland. Visit Barra Atlantic Gin’s shop in Castlebay which is made in Scotland’s most westerly distillery or hop over the causeway to explore Vatersay’s famous white sandy beaches.
Enjoy the atmosphere of America’s busiest city. From walking the Brooklyn Bridge in spring to seeing the Christmas decorations in December, there’s no bad time to visit New York!
Explore Diocletian’s Palace which forms half of Split’s old town and was a filming location for Game of Thrones then hop on a ferry to the Island of Brac where you can explore the islands beaches and coves and swim in the clear blue waters. With July temperatures peaking at 31 degrees, it’s the perfect summer holiday destination.
The beautiful Greek island of Rhodes boasts temperatures upwards of 21 degrees throughout May to September making it the perfect beach vacation. It’s not just a spot for sun worshippers though with castles, ruins and monasteries to explore too.
You’ll have no shortage of things to see in Rome. Walk the streets to the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain then stop for well deserved pizza and gelato.