Car Rental Building Aberdeen Airport,
Upper Farburn Road,
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When hiring a car at our airport pick-up point, there is a clear and easy booking process with no hidden fees, and you will earn Hertz Gold Plus Rewards points with every rental.
After hours’ pick-up and drop-off is also available if required.
Find where you're going and take the most convenient route with our GPS Navigation System.
Aberdeen International Airport is located in Dyce, seven miles north-west of Aberdeen city centre. Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, there's plenty to see and do in the city and surrounding areas – including four forests to enjoy scenic walks, great shops and a number of different types of museums.
You will find our pick-up desk conveniently located in the Car Rental building, which can be accessed via the covered walkway to the left when exiting the main terminal. This makes hiring a car from Aberdeen Airport quick and easy, and you're perfectly situated a short drive away from the city centre.
By hiring a car with us, you can benefit from a 24/7 customer service helpline and a best price guarantee – plus, with every rental you'll gain frequent flyer miles.
Aberdeen is a port city in north-east Scotland, where the River Dee and River Don meet the North Sea. There are six main roads into and out of the city, and with a hire car you'll be well-equipped to reach your planned destination and enjoy a few scenic diversions at the same time.
Whether you have a meeting to attend in the city centre or wish to take in the city's ornate metropolitan architecture, take the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness road from the airport. This road, runs north-west to the Scottish coast on its way to Inverness.
Taking a drive in Aberdeenshire will shower you in lovely views – take the A941 and A97 (the Dufftown to Ballater road) to get to grips with the rugged landscape and drive alongside the breath-taking Cairngorms National Park. Another impressive route is the Tomintoul to Ballater road (the A939), which passes Corgarff Castle and Lecht Pass.
One of the pleasures of driving in Scotland is being able to enjoy the tranquillity of the quiet rural roads. You'll probably encounter grazing sheep and other wildlife whilst driving along these roads, so take extra care.
Hiring a car from our branch means you can easily collect your car and start your visit straight away. This gives you the freedom to travel around the area, exploring the city at your own pace.
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
***Specific cars may not be available when booking
Combining the best of city and country, Aberdeen City and Shire is the perfect place for people who want to explore the great outdoors while staying close to civilisation. Much loved by the Royal Family, the “Granite City", as it's known, is home to beautiful architecture and fascinating heritage.
Aberdeen's national recognition as one of the best-placed UK cities for growth makes it one of the leading destinations for networking – as such there are conference halls and meeting facilities located all over the city and in its surrounding area, all within easy reach when you hire a car from the airport.
If you want to get out of the city, Inverurie is only 16 miles away and is a great place for touring castles of the area, including the ruins of the medieval Kinkell Church, which can be found to the south of the town. Home to over 300 castles, Aberdeenshire really is “castle country" and has the only castle trail in Scotland, where you can discover the stories behind the area's most famous fortifications.
Aviemore is a two-hour drive away from the city centre and is a popular destination for those who enjoy winter sports. Whilst here, it's definitely worth taking in the natural unspoilt wilderness of Cairngorms National Park – suitable for all ages, you can explore the vast green forests, picturesque lochs and spectacular mountains.
There are many activities for the whole family to enjoy in Aberdeen. Discover more about the world around us at Satrosphere Science Centre, which is Scotland's first science and discovery centre. It's a great day out for all the family while being both fun and educational. For a chance to wind down, take a trip to the David Welch Winter Gardens, which has exotic plants from all around the world in one of Europe's largest indoor gardens.
Hiring a car from Aberdeen Airport gives you the chance to head into the city for a spot of retail therapy and what better place to start than the newest and biggest centre, Union Square? It's home to retail stores and restaurants and a 10-screen cinema. If large malls aren't for you, there are plenty of other shopping opportunities throughout the region. With arts and crafts, local produce and confectionary to clothes and gifts, there are plenty of stores to suit every taste.
Aberdeenshire is made up of 165 miles of clifftops, coves and beaches, with a number of traditional fishing villages dotted along the coastline. If you're a fan of wildlife, take a trip to the Banffshire Coast, where you might spot the world's most northerly population of bottlenose dolphins.
If you're looking for something a little more cultural in Scotland's third-biggest city, visit King's Museum which is housed in Aberdeen University. Here you can enjoy exhibitions that change every few months, displaying an impressive collection of fine art pieces.
With the mix of business amenities and cultural diversions on offer, no matter what the purpose of your visit, you'll certainly make it a successful trip.