The Energetica corridor lies to the north of Aberdeen and is well served by a range of transport options.
Aberdeen International Airport at Dyce is within the Energetica project and is one of the UK’s best connected airports. Handling over 3.5million passengers per year, it has direct flights to nearly 50 destinations in 15 countries, as well as more domestic connections than any other British airport outside London.
Rail connections are through Aberdeen or Dyce stations, with regular connections to the Highlands and the Central Belt. Both Glasgow and Edinburgh have direct services with journey times of between 2 and 2½ hours. There are also direct services to major English cities including London, as well as an overnight Sleeper service.
Trunk roads provide dual-carriageway connections between Aberdeen and the national motorway network. Coach services are also available from Aberdeen to most major cities.
Ferry services from the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland connect through Aberdeen Harbour.