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Car Rental Companies serving Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)


Contact Phones & Opening Hours

  • Alamo

    Phone: +44 1224 774466
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Saturday and Sunday 08:00 – 23:00h.

  • Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental

    Phone: +44 1224 622714
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 08:00 – 19:00h | Saturday 08:00 – 17:00h | Sunday 09:00 – 17:00h.

  • Avis

    Phone: +44 344 544 6010
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:30 – 23:00h.| Saturday 09:00 – 18:00h. Sunday 09:30 – 23:00h

  • Budget

    Phone: +44 344 544 9122
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 08:00 – 18:00h.| Saturday 09:00 – 18:00h. Sunday 09:30 – 18:00h

  • Hertz

    Phone: +44 843 309 3001
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h.| Saturday 09:00 – 18:00h. Sunday 09:00 – 23:00h

  • Easirent

    Phone: +44 1224 608690
    Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 06:00 – 00:30h

  • Enterprise

    Phone: +44 1224 774466
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Saturday and Sunday 08:00 – 23:00h.

  • Europcar

    Phone: +44 371 384 0295
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Saturday 08:00 – 23:00h. Sunday 09:00 – 23:00h.

  • Keddy (By Europcar)

    Phone: +44 371 384 0295
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Saturday 08:00 – 23:00h. Sunday 09:00 – 23:00h.

  • National

    Phone: +44 1224 774466
    Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Saturday and Sunday 08:00 – 23:00h.

  • Sixt

    Phone: +44 20 7018 8246
    Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 07:00 – 23:00h. | Sunday 09:00 – 23:00h.

Counters location at Aberdeen Airport

Car Rental Facility on-airport car rental:

There is a Car Rental Facility conveniently located in the Car Rental building, which can be accessed via the covered walkway to the left when exiting the main terminal. Follow Car Rental Signals.

Off-airport car rental:

Even though some car rental providers are not located on the terminal, they will often provide transfer options to and from the airport as a “Meet and Greet” service. Check your booking confirmation voucher for further information on pick up arrangements and collecting your vehicle.

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Best Car Rental companies at Aberdeen Airport

When you plan to visit a tourist destination like Scotland in-depth, it is essential to rent a car to drive around it in your own way. We know you need to rent a car in Aberdeen, but you have doubts and can’t decide which company to book with. To help you decide, here is our ranking of the Top 5 Car Rental Companies at Aberdeen Airport (Updated 2020).

  1. SIXT (8.6/10) πŸ†
  2. ALAMO (8.2/10) πŸ₯ˆ
  3. BUDGET (8.1/10) πŸ₯‰
  4. HERTZ (7.9/10) πŸ”
  5. AVIS (7.8/10) πŸ”

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Drive and enjoy Aberdeen and Scotland with your rental car

Are you ready to discover Aberdeen? Do not hesitate to hire a car at Aberdeen Airport and explore Scotland on your own. Pack your bags and get ready to discover all that Aberdeen has to offer easily and comfortably with your most economical rental car.

If you are planning to travel to Scotland and are landing at Aberdeen Airport, you can book your rental car right now so that as soon as you land, you can be sure that your rental car will be waiting for you so that you can start your journey immediately.

During your trip to Aberdeen, great adventures await you. If you waste time waiting for taxis, buses or trains, you may not have enough time to visit everything this magnificent city has to offer. Book a rental car and discover all the sights of Aberdeen and surroundings, known or not; there’s no more comfortable way to get around Scotland.

Aberdeen, the granite city in the northeast of Scotland will surprise you. Many travellers who visit Scotland pass by and don’t even include this area in their trip. But we certainly loved it, the people we met were wonderful and the surroundings are worth a visit.

The best time to go, not only because of the weather, is in June and July. In these months Portsoy harbour is filled with classic boats during a festival called the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival.

If you like whisky you have to go in September when there is a Dufftown Whisky and Music Festival.

Aberdeen is a very prosperous Scottish town with a lot of history. Before it became an oil town it had a very important commercial and fishing port. Romans came here and the Vikings sacked it. They have manufactured paper, rope, textiles, wool, furs, in the 19th century it became the main centre for herring fishing.

Since 1970 it has been dedicated to the marine oil industry and is the city with the least unemployment in the country. Without a doubt, it is a city of enterprising people, who do not standstill.

The city of Aberdeen could be divided into four areas: the urban centre “Castlegate”, Old Aberdeen, the beach and the port. In each of these areas, we will have interesting things to visit.

Aberdeen at a glance

In Aberdeen town centre you have to walk along Union Street, which is the main street and where you can see Victorian granite buildings. Castlegate is the oldest area, here was the castle that Robert Bruce took from the English. The password was “Bon Accord”, today is the motto of the city.

Mercat Cross was where the old heart of the city was. Here they proclaimed themselves kings, you can see sculpted portraits of the Stuart monarchs. In 1715 James Stuart or Jacob Stuart was declared king “the Old Pretender” here, it is a very important place for the Jacobites.

Salvation Army Citadel, a few meters from Mercat Cross we find this granite mass that was designed as the castle of Balmoral. Here was formerly the castle of Aberdeen, which was destroyed in 1308. Today it is a Protestant church and an international charity.

Provost Skene’s House, in front of St. Nicholas Church we find the house of Sir George Skene, who was the “provost” of the town, he would become something like a mayor.Β This house was built in 1545 and has undergone several modifications. Today it is a museum of local history and can be visited free of charge.

St Nicholas Church. The official name is “Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting” although it is also known as “The Mither Kirk”. The first document that talks about the church is from 1157, although it has suffered many modifications throughout the centuries. For example, the granite spire dates from the 19th century.

St Mary’s Chapel. It has a rather sinister past. It was built in 1400 and in 1597 a metal ring was put on the wall to chain the alleged witches. 23 women and 1 man were held there before they were executed.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum. Here you will find a three-floor museum with the maritime history of the city of Aberdeen and about the oil industry. It is located on a replica of a North Sea oil platform. You can visit it for free.

Marischal College. It’s a historic Gothic building that was founded in 1593 and since 1860 merged with King’s College (founded in 1495) to create the University of Aberdeen. It currently houses Aberdeen’s Town Hall.

Old Aberdeen. Its name may lead to confusion, as it derives from a Gaelic word “Aulton” which means village by the river, but over the centuries in the 1600s it derived into Old Town. But let it be clear, the Castlegate area is the oldest in the city. Here you can see King’s College Chapel, Old Town House and St Machar’s Cathedral.

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Our Car Rental offers at Aberdeen Airport

Compare prices and book your rental car in Aberdeen here now. You can choose from a wide range of cars from the best brands and with the guarantee that you will always get the best possible price on car hire at Aberdeen Airport.

Our car for hire offers will allow you to enjoy your holidays in Aberdeen in the most comfortable and simple way. All you have to do is compare our rental car offers and book the car that best suits your needs at the most economical price.

Our Aberdeen Airport economy car rental service will allow you to compare prices and move around Scotland in complete comfort and autonomy. Whether you travel alone or as a family trip, you can also select the car accessories you need, such as car seats for babies or GPS, on this website you can book and have at your fingertips a modern selection of vehicles of different categories, including Economy, Compacts, Vans, 7 Seater, 8 Seater, 9 Seater, Cargo Vans, Fullsize, Luxury, Premium or SUVs, as well as a range of optional extras, so you can move with a model tailored to your needs.

Last-minute offers in rent a car in Aberdeen can be found on our website, where you will find the best prices in cars for rent in Aberdeen from major companies: Avis, Budget, Hertz, Alamo, Enterprise, National, Europcar, Thrifty, Sixt, and more local companies. To book your car at one of the many Aberdeen Airport offices available, simply use the car rental search engine above.

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One Way Car Rental from Aberdeen Airport

Do you need to rent a car at Aberdeen Airport and drop off it to another of these popular locations in Scotland such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, or Inverness Airport? No problem, take advantage of our one-way car rental offers for Aberdeen Airport and return your rental car anywhere else in the UK at the best prices. Our prices include one-way fees.

Pick up Aberdeen Airport drop off Edinburgh Airport

  • Time: 2 h 20min
  • Distance: 126 miles via A90 and M90

Pick up Aberdeen Airport drop off Glasgow Airport (GLA)

  • Time: 3 h 12 min
  • Distance: 156 miles via A90

Pick up Aberdeen Airport drop off Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK)

  • Time: 3 h 38 min
  • Distance: 179 miles via A90

Pick up Aberdeen Airport drop off Dundee Airport

  • Time: 1 h 25 min
  • Distance: 74 miles via A90

Pick up Aberdeen Airport drop off Inverness Airport

  • Time: 2 h 10 min
  • Distance: 92 miles via A96

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Rent a Hybrid or Electric Car at Aberdeen Airport

In addition to conventional cars that run on petrol or diesel, on this website you can also find environmentally-friendly rental cars, with less noise pollution and almost imperceptible vibrations in Aberdeen.

If you are planning to rent a modern car in Aberdeen and enjoy the latest technical advances, both to go on holiday, business trip, or to make a good impression at an event, we invite you to discover the comfort and performance of our Hybrid and 100% Electric cars available at Aberdeen Airport.

We are an outstanding car rental website with a great commitment to the environment, and we are aware of the growing demand for sustainable and environmentally-friendly vehicles, which is why we work with leading car rental companies in Scotland, which put at your disposal a large and modern fleet of hybrid and zero-emission electric cars at Aberdeen Airport.

Here you are aΒ Worldwide database of EV charging stationsΒ to check where you can charge your electric rental vehicle.

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