How long is a flight to Inverness?
A flight from London Heathrow to Inverness Airport takes around one hour and 35 minutes.
What’s the cheapest month to fly to Inverness?
You’ll find great value flights to Inverness all year round, but prices are often slightly cheaper outside the busier summer months of July and August. To find the cheapest flights to Inverness, use our low fare finder.
Is Inverness cheap to visit?
While Inverness has its fair share of luxury lodgings and hotels catering to its international visitors, you’ll find there’s plenty around to cater for all budgets. Save money on your stay by seeking out independent guest houses and small B&Bs. You won’t need to spend a penny to enjoy the region’s natural beauty, from its hills, lochs and walking trails to the city’s own Ness Islands, which connect to the riverbank by footbridges.
The Inverness Museum and Art Gallery is an impressive addition to the city, and it’s also free to enter for all visitors – although donations are always welcome.
Is it easy to get around Inverness?
Inverness Airport is 15km outside the city and you can reach the centre by bus in around 40 minutes. You can also take a taxi from outside the terminal building and be in the city in just 20 minutes. Once you’re in Inverness you’ll find it’s compact and walkable, although there are regular bus and train services for exploring further afield.
You can hire a car with British Airways too if you want to see more of what Inverness-shire and the Highlands have to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.
Why visit Inverness?
More than just a Highland escape, Inverness’ arts and culture scene is thriving. You can enjoy live folk music most nights of the week at local venues and a variety of performances at the city’s Eden Court Theatre. There are a few galleries in the town, like the elegant Browns Gallery which showcases a curated collection by established and contemporary Scottish artists – and it’s perfectly located next to Inverness Castle.
Visiting in the summertime? Don’t miss the Inverness Highland Games to witness the tossing of the caber, taste some local whiskies and go all-in at the evening ceilidh. You’ll also find local makers and independent brands at the city’s remarkable Victorian Market, complete with an ornate cast-iron and wooden domed roof. It’s been a hub of activity since 1890 and is open daily for souvenir hunting.
Why fly British Airways to Inverness?
Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.
Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.