Nearest town: Dundee, Scotland
Longest runway: 1400m, Asphalt
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 0700-2100, Sat 0900-1700, Sun 0900-2100. Hours can be extended at weekends by prior arrangement.
Fuel: 110LL, Jet A1
Phone: 01382 662200
Website: Airport website
- Taxis: Dundee Taxi Cab Co (01382 203 020), Handy Taxis (0800 303 060), Tay Taxis (01382 450 450)
- Car Hire: companies deliver and collect at the airport by prior arrangement. Avis (www.avis.co.uk, 0844 581 0147), Hertz (www.hertz.co.uk), Celtic Legend (www.celticlegend.co.uk/car/index.htm).
- Refreshments, free parking, disabled facilities.
On the airport or within walking distance
- Coming soon
- The Fisherman’s Tavern, Broughty Ferry, 01382 775 941. Award-winning traditional Scottish pub with excellent menu and extensive range of malt whiskies.
- The Boars Rock, 168 Arbroath Road, 01382 453888.
- Taychreggan Hotel Restaurant, West Ferry, 01382 778 626. Award-winning garden and sun terrace, extensive wine list, emphasis on local produce.
- Social, South Tay Street, 01382 202 070. Stylish destination with good menu and excellent cocktails.
- The Italian, Commercial Street, 01382 206 444. Dundee Restaurant of the Year 2004-2005, booking essential.
- Apex City Quay Hotel and Spa, 1 West Victoria Dock Road (08456 083 456, www.apexhotels.co.uk). Stylish 4-star inner city hotel with top-class spa and conference facilities.
- The Shaftesbury Hotel, 1 Hyndford Street (01382 669 216, www.shaftesburyhotel.co.uk). Town house hotel in quiet residential area.
- St Andrews (01334 466 666, www.standrewsgolf.org). Internationally renowned as the home of golf.
- Gleneagles (0800 389 3737, www.gleneagles.com). PGA Centenary Course created by Jack Nicklaus, venue for the 40th Ryder Cup matches in 2014, plus three other courses.
- Carnoustie Golf Club (www.carnoustiegolfclub.com). One of the ten oldest courses in the world.
- Glamis Castle (01307 840 393, www.glamis-castle.co.uk). Childhood home of the Queen Mother, birthplace of Princess Margaret and setting of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
- Discovery Point and RRS Discovery (01382 201245, www.rrsdiscovery.com). Museum following the trip of Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton aboard the Royal Research Ship Discovery in 1901.
- RSPB Loch of Kinnordy Nature Reserve (01738 630783, www.rspb.org.uk). Ducks, gulls, grebes and ospreys in a watery world of lochans, viewed from bird-watching hides.
- The Famous Grouse Experience (01764 656565, www.thefamousgrouse.com). Guided tours, restaurant and retail outlet at world famous whiskey distillery in Crieff, outside Angus.