Inverness Airport is located some 7 miles east of Inverness / 21 miles from Loch Ness.
Direct flights to Inverness from Flybe and Easyjet are available to and from Amsterdam, London Gatwick, Luton, Belfast, Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin and Manchester, with Summer arrivals from Jersey and Zurich, and weekly Geneva and Innsbruck flights in the winter season.
Codeshare agreements with Aer Lingus, BA, KLM, Cathay Pacific and Etihad, to name a few, allow for worldwide connections through their extensive networks.
The airport is also used to handling all aspects of charter flights and business aviation with full handling services available.
The A9 is the main access road to Inverness from the South, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow and points further afield.
The A82 on the north side links Loch Ness is the main trunk route which links Loch Ness along the length of the Great Glen with Inverness in the north and Glasgow in the south.
Megabus and National Express Coaches operate regular coach service to the Scotland's capital Edinburgh with connections to Glasgow at Perth and overnight services from Inverness to London Victoria.
Inverness railway station in the city centre operates services around the picturesque Highlands, with frequent trains to major cities throughout Scotland and England.
Virgin Trains East Coast services from Inverness include Edinburgh, Newcastle, York and London King's Cross.
First ScotRail services from Inverness include Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Travellers from London can take a sleeper service to arrive in Inverness bright and early.