Car Hire at Aberdeen Airport
Find your perfect hire car at Aberdeen Airport
Step off the plane straight into your hire car at Aberdeen Airport. We’ve made it really easy, because we understand you can’t wait to drive the open road again.
See you there
Continue through arrivals and turn left outside the terminal. Walk under two glass covered walkways towards the car rental park. We’ll be waiting on the left.
Not flying into Aberdeen?
Come and meet us in Aberdeen’s city centre.
“I want to hire a car that excites me. It must be nearby. I want no fuss, but every comfort. I want to feel noticed and be remembered. Above all, I want to drive the open road with a smile on my face.”
We understand. That’s why we try harder.
Your journey starts here
That important meeting won’t wait and neither will Aberdeen’s mountain-framed roads, so we won’t hold you up.
Whether you fancy a cute compact for urban trails, a sleek saloon for a business trip or a hulky people carrier for a family holiday, unlock the perfect car. Simply let us know and we’ll prepare it for you.
And, you don’t have to drive full-circle: make the most of one way car hire across Britain.
UK driving rules
Want a quick guide to the rules of the UK roads? We’ve unlocked them for your journey.
Return your car when it suits you
You can return your hire car out of hours, because we understand flights run through the night. Just tell us in advance.
Finish with a smile
From Aberdeen, take the A96 heading northwest. At the Dyce Drive Roundabout, take the third exit onto Dyce Drive. Turn right at the traffic lights onto Argyll Road. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Brent Road. Then simply follow signs to the airport and the car hire bays. We’ll see you there.
Your hire car at Aberdeen Airport awaits … and the open road lies ahead.
Book now to unlock the world.
Plan your trip from Aberdeen
Drive into the "Granite City" and visit its harbour – one of Scotland's largest fishing ports – then to Aberdeen Maritime Museum, which tells the full story of the North Sea. Park up to stroll down Union Street, home to a myriad of shops, restaurants and bars, leading onto the vibrant boutiques of the city’s West End.
Drive west to discover the ancient pine forests, glassy lochs, lonely moorlands and looming mountains of Cairngorms National Park. Park up at the Glenlivet Estate, for its “Walks, Whisky and Wildlife.” Golfers will find plenty of nine and 18-hole courses to challenge dotted around the park.
Further west, explore the 21-arched Glenfinnan viaduct near Fort William (which plays a starring role in the Harry Potter films). On the jagged west coast from Ullapool, 150 miles from Aberdeen, ferry out to the Outer Hebrides. Arriving in capital Stornoway prepare for a spectacular 150 mile round trip taking in standing stones, lochs and white sand beaches facing sparkling seas.
Find your way
To make your journey even easier, we can include a sat nav with your car so you can relax.