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Mechanics Bay Airport

Transportation to Aberdeen Airport from the City Center

Aberdeen Airport is accessible by taxi, bus, or train. These transportation alternatives are available all day. If you want to drive to the airport there are a lot of rental car companies located in the city that you could rent a vehicle from.

Taxi

Taxis are a convenient transportation alternative to get to the airport from the city. Under normal traffic conditions, it takes about 20 minutes to get to Aberdeen Airport by taxi. If you are traveling at night, when the traffic is bad and finding a cab gets a bit more difficult, we would recommend giving yourself an hour to get to the airport.

Bus

Buses are another method of transportation that provide direct service to the airport. Bus line 727 and line 80 depart from the Aberdeen Central Bus Station and go directly to the terminal building. These buses run every 15 to 20 minutes and operate from 4:30 am to 12 am.

Rental Car

There are various transportation alternatives available all day in Aberdeen but renting a car is one of the most convenient alternatives. There are many well-known rental car companies located throughout the city, including Avis and Hertz. Driving in Aberdeen is particularly beautiful and enjoyable.

Airport Information

Aberdeen International Airport is also referred to as Dyce Airport because it is located in the suburb of Dyce. The airport operates passenger services out of one terminal building. Aberdeen Airport operates scheduled and charter flights around the world and offers passengers a variety of services to meet their pre-flight and post-flight needs. The terminal building also features a variety of novelties for passengers to enjoy. Passengers can enjoy wireless internet access throughout the entire airport. In case of an emergency or health problem there are staff members who are trained in first aid at the health center.

The building is equipped with five separate baby care rooms for mothers traveling with children as well as two play areas for kids. Granite City bar and restaurant is a popular venue among passengers. In addition, there are two spacious lounges where passengers can enjoy themselves. There are 6 ATMs available for any monetary transactions or currency services you might need in pounds, euros, and dollars.

There is a designated smoking area for smokers since smoking is prohibited indoors. There are a number of stores where you can go shopping at the airport, including Boots, Dixons Travel, Travelex, WHSmith and World Duty Free. Places where you can get a bite to eat or something to drink include The Granite City, Joe's Coffeehouse, The Kitchen, The Globe, Costa and Servisair Lounge.

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2017

Transportation to Auckland City Center from Airport

The distance between the Auckland International Airport and the city center is about 25 kilometers. It is easy to travel between the two by taxi, bus, minibus, tram, shuttle or your own car.

While the transport within the city is not very complicated, different public transport vehicles are connected. It is therefore very easy to get off from one vehicle and to get on another.  There is no single type of bus in the city:  buses are operated in different colors, capacities and by different companies. There is also a sea trolley serving in the Auckland waters famous for its beautiful harbor.

You can rent a sea taxi owned by Reubens Cruises, which is a little more expensive than ferry transportation, for a day or hour. Apart from this, there are many public transportation vehicles such as trams named Motat, shuttles, ferryboats, trains. Three most popular public transportation vehicles in Auckland city, buses, trains and ferries, are connected to each other.

These three main means of transport complement each other, enabling the development of urban transportation. Traveling around the city is not so easy, but it is possible to visit certain points. You can tour the city with bicycles for 2 people provided by Jafa Cabs free of charge. For more detailed information on transport within the city, call Rideline (36 6400), which operates between 7 am and 7 pm.

You can take advantage of the Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) tram, belonging to Museum of Transportation and Technology, which provides transportation between local attractions and visitor places in Auckland with an adult fare of 16 dollar per person. The sea transportation service operated by the Waiheke Shipping Company offers very good opportunities. It serves with two kinds of ferries, one only for passengers and one for cars. This service, which organizes flights to Great Barrier Island, a busy tourist attraction, 6 days a week during summer season, is often preferred by passengers. It is easy to get to the city center from Auckland International Airport which is located 25 kilometer south of the city. Auckland offers a convenient transportation service to its passengers with multiple options and is economical in terms of public transportation.

Bus

Buses are the most frequently used means of public transportation to travel within Auckland city as well as between the city and the airport. The easiest transportation from Auckland Airport to the city center is the Airbus Express buses operated by the airport. Departing every 10 minutes on weekdays, these buses operate from 7 am to 7 pm. On weekends, buses operate between 6 am and 7 pm and depart from the airport to the city center every 15 minutes.

Airbus Express buses have two different routes: one via Mt. Eden Road and the other via Dominion Road. The first and last stops of both routes are the airport and the city center. It takes about 40-45 minutes by express bus from city center to airport. Considering the fact that the trip would last a bit longer in busy hours, it might be beneficial for you to leave early. You can call +64 9 366 6400 for further information on the Airbus Express buses. Express bus tickets can be purchased online or by cash from the bus driver. Or it can be obtained from the hotel and hostels where the company is contracted and from ticket kiosks located right next to Airbus Express bus stops. One one-way Airbus Express bus ticket costs 16 dollars as of 2016; for customers with YHA / VIP cards, it is 12 dollars.

If you are traveling with two or more passengers, you can use the shuttle bus, which is a cheaper option than the Airbus buses. Because the shuttle bus fare is 15 dollars for a person and 20 dollars for two. Double-decker buses run by United Airlines operate hourly, between 10 am and 4 pm. The route of these buses departing from the city center airport terminal is via Mission Bay, Kelly Tarlton, Auckland Museum and Parnell to the bungee-jumping area in Freemans Bay. A one-way ticket of the city bus called Circular Link costs 1 dollar. With these buses that pass through Customs Street, Star City, Parnell, Newmarket, K Road and Ponsonby you can take a city tour and visit the Victoria Street market, Auckland Cathedral and Auckland Museum.

Train

Auckland's railway station, which is linked to all other major transport facilities such as ferryboats, buses, and shuttles, is located on Beach Road. The easiest way to reach here is to get Link buses that cost 1 dollar and pass through Customs Street regularly. You can also walk 700-800 meters, a walk that would last about 10 minutes, from the bus station in Auckland. You can buy your tickets for local and international trains departing from the train station online or from the station. You can find out more about train departure times and ticket prices by calling the support line (0800 802 802).

Super Shuttle and Taxi

The shuttles, which are smaller than buses going to Auckland Airport and all the major points in the city, is cheaper than taxis and is a means of quick transportation. Private shuttle and taxi companies in Auckland serve passengers at high standards. All taxis and shuttles can pick you up from the airport and take you anywhere you like. You can go to the city center with a shuttle or taxi waiting at Gate 8 at the international arrivals terminal and outside the Jetstar area and the domestic terminal. If you make a pre-reservation, your vehicle would be waiting for you outside the terminal upon your arrival.

Car Rental

There is no rush traffic except during the morning and evening hours at the bridge entrances and exits in Auckland, thus it is possible to easily get to the airport with the help of a navigation device by renting your own car from the airport. Due to the large number of car rental companies, there is an increase in prices due to the competition during the tourist season. If you make an online reservation before your travel, you can rent your car at much more affordable rates.

Last Updated: 27 Dec 2016

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Which airports can I use for Aberdeen-Auckland flights?

For Aberdeen-Auckland flights, you can use Aberdeen Intl. Airport, Aberdeen Railway Station as departure airport, and Auckland Airport, Mechanics Bay Airport for arrival.

How many kilometers is the flight distance from Aberdeen-Auckland and how long does the flight take?

The flight distance between Aberdeen-Auckland is 17744 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 22 hour 10 minutes.

Which day is the most convenient for Aberdeen-Auckland flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Aberdeen-Auckland flights is Monday.

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