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ICAM 2011 Travel Information

Travel Information

- Flights, Trains and Transfers

- Trains from London

- Trains from Glasgow or Edinburgh

There are no trains directly from Edinburgh or Glasgow airports. Aviemore has a railway station; it is approximately 5 minutes walk from the conference centre and resort.

Getting from Glasgow airport to Aviemore

The nearest rail station to the airport is Paisley Gilmour Street, which is just one mile from the terminal and easily reached by taxi or bus (services 66 and 300). There are direct rail services from Paisley Gilmour Street to Glasgow Central. When travelling to the airport from any station in Scotland, simply ask for a rail ticket to Glasgow Airport. The ticket will be valid on the train to Paisley Gilmour Street and the Arriva bus service from Paisley to the airport. From Glasgow central you can take a train directly to Aviemore.

Getting from Edinburgh airport to Aviemore

Busses: The Airlink 100 express and N22 night buses reach Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh in about 25 minutes, depending on traffic.

From Waverley Bridge you can get a train to Aviemore.

- Inverness Airport

Is probably the most convenient way to arrive at the conference – it is little over 30 miles from the small airport to the resort in Aviemore. If you would be interested in a bus service direct from the airport to Aviemore please email Kate Faloon with details of your flights.

- The Sleeper Train

From London this train travels over night and drops you at Inverness - booking the sleeper train.

- Driving

Aviemore is situated just off the A9. It takes approximately 2.5 hrs to drive from Edinburgh Airport to Aviemore and 3 hrs to drive from Glasgow airport.

- Car Hire

@ Inverness airport


Tel: 0044 (0) 8445446017

Opening hours

08.00 – 21.30 Monday to Friday

09.00 – 17.00 Saturday and Sunday


Tel: 0044 (0) 1667460000

The Europcar airport office's opening hours are 08.00 - 18.00 Monday - Sunday.


@Edinburgh and Glasgow airport

There is a wide range of car hire companies that trade out of both Glasgow and Edinburgh airports.