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Cheap Domestic Flight To Edinburgh (EDI)

  • Virgin Atlantic

    NYC 16 Jun

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    EDI 01 Jul

    $ 826.00

  • Delta Air Lines

    ORD 19 Jun

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    EDI 02 Jul

    $ 1180.60

  • Delta Air Lines

    HNL 19 Jun

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    EDI 02 Jul

    $ 1254.62

  • Delta Air Lines

    HOU 19 Jun

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    EDI 02 Jul

    $ 1180.60

  • Virgin Atlantic

    IAD 19 Jun

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    EDI 04 Jul

    $ 1180.60

  • Delta Air Lines

    ATL 19 Jun

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    EDI 02 Jul

    $ 1090.00

  • Delta Air Lines

    DFW 16 Jun

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    EDI 02 Jul

    $ 865.60

  • United Airlines

    LAX 16 Jun

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    EDI 03 Jul

    $ 1026.26

  • Westjet

    LAS 18 Jun

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    EDI 04 Jul

    $ 949.52

  • Westjet

    YYZ 17 Jun

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    EDI 03 Jul

    $ 613.84

Edinburgh Flight Information

Edinburgh Airports

Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airports IATA Code

EDI

Edinburgh City Name

Edinburgh

Airlines Serving

Delta, Aer Lingus, Virgin Atlantic, Westjet

Best Times to Visit Edinburgh

Edinburgh: An Overview

Edinburgh is an ancient city with a rich and varied heritage. Its cobbled streets and medieval architecture are juxtaposed with its modern high-rises and futuristic buildings. The city is home to ancient stone castles, grassy knolls, vibrant flowers, museums, art galleries, pubs, and tea shops. Edinburgh is known for its festivals, such as the Edinburgh International Festival. The city also has a vibrant food scene, with restaurants serving everything from traditional Scottish cuisine to international fare. Book your flights to Edinburgh today and explore this exciting city!

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Skytripfare helps you book online airline tickets to Edinburgh with just a few clicks. Our travel platform has been designed to make the entire process of booking flight tickets easy and convenient. You only need to use the search bar to enter the locations, and it will churn out the best airlines for you. Our top-notch technology cuts through hundreds of options to display the most relevant and economical flights so that you can plan an affordable trip. It’s time to start planning your Scottish sojourn!

Tips for Finding the Cheapest Flights to Edinburgh

Fly on Weekdays
Weekday flights are often priced much lower than weekend ones. The reason is that demand for weekend flights is always high, and people are often willing to pay a premium price because they want to minimize days off from work. But if you are looking to save money, it is advisable to take flights during the weekdays.

Choose Flights with Layovers
Mostly, direct flights – the ones without stopovers – are priced higher than those with layovers. People want to shorten the travel time, and there is usually more demand for flights that have no or minimal layovers. If you don’t mind spending time at airports, choose flights with layovers to get cheap flights to Edinburgh.

Grab Bundles
Skytripfare also helps customers book accommodations in the destination cities. When you choose to do that, you get an even higher discount; not only do you get cheaper flights and hotel accommodation, but you also save the hassle of hunting for hotels on other sites.

Date Flexibility
Flexible travel dates can help you find cheaper flights to EDI. Use the flexible date option on our portal to see flights on other dates than the one you selected that may be cheaper.

Book in Advance
Flight fares always tend to go up as the travel dates draw nearer; it is advisable to plan and book your flights well in advance to avoid high fares.
 

Best Time to Visit Edinburgh

May to September (summer): These are relatively drier months, which are ideal for sightseeing, with days in May being the longest and most pleasant. July and August have pleasantly warm weather.

October to December (winter): Winter in Edinburgh can see the mercury dipping below, which means fewer crowds and exuberant Christmas celebrations. However, some of the attractions are likely to be closed.

Spring and early fall offer mild weather, thin crowds, and good deals on hotels and airfare.
 

Edinburgh: Fly with Major Airlines!

Skytripfare allows you to book your plane tickets to Edinburgh at the convenience of your home! We collaborate with 500+ airlines like Delta, Aer Lingus, Virgin Atlantic, and Westjet to help you reach your destination safely and have a memorable travel experience.

Top 5 Places to Explore in Edinburgh

1. Edinburgh Castle
Perched on top of Castle Rock and looking down on the city below, this castle houses precious Scottish artifacts like The Stone of Destiny, Honors of Scotland – crown jewels – and more. Take a guided tour and explore the sprawling grounds, and keep an ear out for the gun that is fired at 1 'o'clock every day except Sunday.

2. Arthur’s Seat
This is an old volcano located in Holyrood Park, 252m above sea level. Arthur's Seat offers panoramic views of Edinburgh, ruins of a medieval chapel, ducks to feed in Duddingston Loch and wheelchair- and pram-friendly paths.

3. Camera Obscura And World Of Illusions
This tourist attraction is a must-visit with your friend circle or family for wholesome fun. Travel in time to see the 169-year-old camera in action and be transported to the Victorian era; explore the illusions and thrilling exhibits and challenge yourself in the Vortex Tunnel.

4. Dynamic Earth
Get a taste of space at this futuristic and thrilling attraction that entices both kids and adults. This interactive adventure will take you on an exciting journey through time and space, helping you learn how the Earth was shaped by nature since its formation millions of years ago.

5. Scottish Whisky Experience
Enter this vault to taste Scotland's most famous product- Scotch Whiskies, take a virtual distillery tour, and learn about whisky blending.
 

FAQs

1. How can I get to the city from Edinburgh Airport?

There are trams, taxis, buses, trains, and car rentals for the convenience of passengers arriving at EDI.

2. What is the fastTRACK facility at Edinburgh airport?

Passengers can pay 7 Euros to avoid long queues and get into a dedicated line to finish passport control quickly.

3. How many days should you ideally plan to stay in Edinburgh?

You can see the main highlights in 3 days. However, if you want a more relaxed tour, soak in the culture, visit the museums, and take in some day tours, you should plan for at least 6 to 7 days.

4. When are the tickets to Edinburgh the cheapest?

The winter season sees a sharp drop in flight fares and hotel tariffs. November to April is the lowest tourist season.

5. What items can you not bring into Edinburgh?

Things like explosives and firearms, bleach, acids, corrosives, oil paints, compressed gasses, tradesmen’s tools, and hypodermic syringes (unless required medically) are restricted to bring into Edinburgh.

6. What’s special about the National Museum of Scotland?

The National Museum of Scotland is the most prominent museum where you can learn about nature, modern technology, and the ancient history of not only Scotland but the entire world.

7. What are the famous festivals of Edinburgh?

Edinburgh is known as the festival city thanks to the large number of festivals it celebrates. Here is a list:

International Storytelling Festival in October
Edinburgh Hogmanay December 30 to January 1
Edinburgh Science Festival, March-April
International Children’s Festival, May-June
Jazz and Blues Festival July
International Festival, International Book Festival, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, and Festival Fringe, August
 

8. What are the best shopping places in Edinburgh?

Princes Street, Multrees Walk, George Street, Stockbridge, Grass Market, Bruntsfield And Morningside, Ocean Terminal, and the Royal Mile places offer the best of everything that Scotland has to offer. The things to buy are Edinburgh crystal, whisky, tartan scarves, Scottish Tea, Heather Honey, and Scottish Crest Badges.

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