Stornoway Airport Transportation

Getting at the SYY by Car

Passengers who are traveling from the east of the island should use the A866 to get to the SYY airport. The A866 is the main road that runs via the eastern part of the island. Passengers who are approaching the SYY airport from the west can either use the A858 or A859 (runs from the north of the island).

Getting at the SYY by Bus / Coach

Since the town of Stornoway is the leading travel center of the airport, local buses run to and from the city of Stornoway right from most other major cities of the island. The SYY airport is located just within 4 miles from the city, and local, regular buses provide routes to/from the airport. The airport regular route bus operates from Monday to Saturday.

Getting at the SYY by Ferry

At the town of Stornoway, various ferries are available from the mainland of Scotland. These ferries depart from Ullapool (regular buses can be caught to get to Ullapool from Inverness). Ferries operate six days a week; There is no service available on Sundays. Overall, there are only two services per day, one in the early morning and another in the early evening. Services are available on Wednesdays and Fridays. Over the festive and holiday periods, ferry services are reduced to one each day. For further information on timetables, passengers should contact the Stornoway tourist board, which is located at the terminal.