Services and Facilities at Inverness Airport
Toilet facilities, including those with wheelchair access, are available in both the main concourse and the departure lounge. In the main concourse you will also find a comfortable and well equipped parenting room as well as a first aid room which is accessible by contacting the Information Desk in the terminal building.
Two cash machines are located within the terminal concourse. Please note that currently there are no facilities for withdrawing cash in the departure lounge. Our cash machines only dispense sterling currency at the moment.
There is a multi-denominational chapel available to all passengers and staff for practical or spiritual help, whatever your beliefs. If requested the Airport Chaplain will pray with you or for you at any time.
The Airport Chaplain is:
Rev. Robert Cleland, Church of Scotland, Ardersier Telephone +44 (0)1667 462224.
We hope you never lose any possessions whilst at our airport but the following information is designed to be of assistance to you in case you do. The security control staff handle lost property on behalf of Inverness Airport. Please note, this is for property lost or found at the airport only. Passengers who have lost or found property onboard an aircraft should contact the relevant airline directly. Please also note that property will be held for a period of 3 months. Items not collected after this time will be disposed of or sold at auction for charity.
For enquiries about lost property, please contact the Duty Security Supervisor in the terminal building or call +44 (0)1667 464000 (Monday to Friday, 09:00 – 16:30)
Situated within the departure lounge at Inverness Airport there are café and bar facilities serving a wide variety of food and drinks for passengers waiting to board flights. There are also a selection of shops selling everything from newspapers and whisky to candles and gifts.
Facilities within the departure lounge include:
Toilets with wheelchair access
Free WiFi internet access simply log into Airport Free Wi-Fi when you’re in the terminal