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Cheap round-trip flights to Scotland

The lowest prices found within the past 7 days to Scotland were £30 for one-way flights and £58 for return flights, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Great Places to Fly From

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LTN Paisley 26 Oct - 28 Oct £60
LHR Paisley 19 Nov - 19 Nov £62
LTN Edinburgh 6 Nov - 9 Nov £62
STN Crumlin 10 Oct - 13 Oct £62
LTN Inverness 27 Dec - 31 Dec £63
LHR Edinburgh 6 Nov - 9 Nov £64
LHR Inverness 22 Oct - 29 Oct £65
LGW Edinburgh 25 Oct - 27 Oct £65
LGW Inverness 22 Oct - 29 Oct £67
LHR Belfast 19 Oct - 27 Nov £77
LHR Belfast 19 Oct - 27 Nov £77
LHR Aberdeen 1 Nov - 17 Nov £106
LHR Aberdeen 1 Nov - 17 Nov £106
LHR Sumburgh 3 Nov - 14 Nov £245
LHR Sumburgh 3 Nov - 14 Nov £245
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGW Inverness 4 Oct - 7 Oct £60
LGW Inverness 4 Oct - 7 Oct £60
LGW Edinburgh 2 Oct - 10 Oct £85
LGW Edinburgh 2 Oct - 10 Oct £85
LHR Belfast 2 Oct - 9 Oct £97
LHR Belfast 2 Oct - 9 Oct £97
LHR Belfast 2 Oct - 9 Oct £97
LHR Belfast 2 Oct - 9 Oct £97
LHR Aberdeen 3 Oct - 6 Oct £106
LHR Aberdeen 3 Oct - 6 Oct £106
LHR Edinburgh 4 Oct - 16 Oct £106
LHR Inverness 4 Oct - 7 Oct £112
STN Paisley 2 Oct - 12 Oct £267
LHR Sumburgh 2 Oct - 18 Oct £288
LHR Sumburgh 2 Oct - 18 Oct £288
*Prices include taxes and fees

Book your cheap flights to Scotland today

If there's one thing that that turns a trip north across the border into a proper holiday, it's trying to hunt down those cheap flights to Scotland. Jumping on a plane not only makes things a whole lot quicker, especially for those heading from the south of the country, it makes your holiday official. And let's face it, with its heather-tanged hills, lively cosmopolitan cities, snow-clad mountains and wild wave-tossed islands, Scotland as a destination is in a class of its own. There's magic in those glens, re-imagined docksides and castle-studded hills. Glasgow (GLA) and Edinburgh (EDI) Airports are the obvious choices for Lowland urban culture, while Inverness Airport lives up to its reputation as the gateway to the Highlands.

How can I save money when booking flights to Scotland?

As with most destinations around the world, timing plays a huge part in finding flight bargains to Scotland. But with an off-season that runs throughout the winter, from November to March, bargain hunters will need to be packing their woollies, rather than their shorts. The airlines do often throw in some great promotional deals during those long dark months, so stick with it if you want a cheap ticket to Scotland. If you want to snap up that ultimate deal, aim for weekly flights and book well in advance.

Best time to travel to Scotland

There's no getting away from it – choosing the best time to hop over the border is heavily coloured by the season. The weather way up north swings wildly from day to day, as well as season to season, especially in the Highlands. That said, the winters aren't so bad in Scotland's cities, so those on city breaks shouldn't fret too much. Though, of course, severe winters are exactly what you'll want if you’re heading to the Cairngorms to carve the snow with ski or snowboard. August can be lovely and is a great time for culture vultures, as a storm of grins break out for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. But do expect higher ticket prices in those warmer months.

Who can fly me to Scotland?

There's no shortage of airlines clamouring for the chance to whisk you off on a Scottish adventure, and pretty much every airport south of the border has a roster of flights heading northwards. Ryanair offers some eye-wateringly good deals on the well-travelled routes from Stansted (STN, but budget carriers like easyJet, Monarch and Flybe operate out of most London and Midlands airports. And if you're heading as far north as Scotland goes, low-cost Flybe might shave a few pounds off your trip to Orkney Kirkwell.

What to do once your flight to Scotland has landed

The holiday you get after stepping off your flight really does depend on which airport you've landed at. Edinburgh offers up the crème de la crème of Scottish high culture and rich history, but Glasgow throws in some working-class Scottish grit. The Granite City, Aberdeen, isn't just the Scottish capital of oil – you'll be gleefully swinging those boutique shopping bags after a trip around its world-class shopping districts. Head further north into the Highlands and the weather gets wilder. An endless procession of mountains, lochs and burns call out for adventure.

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Other conditions: Schedules, fares and rules are subject to change without notice. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights/dates or in all markets. Fares will not be honored retroactively or in exchange for any wholly/partially unused ticket. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. Fare rules are provided for the selected itinerary before booking.