Favourite airline: KLM
Flight tickets on the route Birmingham – Inverness are most frequently booked with KLM.
26 %
6 %
Stopover flights are the cheapest connection
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 33 % cheaper.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 30min
17h 05min
08h 10min
Favourite connection: via Belfast City
The most popular flights on this route are via Belfast City and are booked by 31 % of all travellers.
1 stopover Belfast City
17h 05min, from £139
31 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
16h 15min, from £185
28 %
2 stopovers Dublin London Heathrow
09h 20min, from £332
17 %
Return from £139.00
The price of a ticket for a flight on 27/11/19 and returning on 11/12/19 is currently £139.00.


Discover the history, legends and lochs of Inverness

With its grand castle overlooking the River Ness, Inverness is a city whose rich history is woven into everyday life. The gateway to the Highlands, this proud Gaelic city welcomes visitors from around the world with a warm Scottish flair.


Best of Inverness events

Burns Night celebrates the birthday of the poet Robert Burns and is considered one of the main attractions to Scotland in January. Experience poetry readings, a festive atmosphere and a plate of locally produced haggis. Inverness  has a year round calendar of events including the Inverness Music Festival in March for 10 days.


Top tips before you go

The weather, although drier than most of Scotland, can be changeable. Take suitable wet weather clothing as the Scots don't let something like a bit of weather stop them from enjoying themselves. The prices here are much cheaper than in the south of the UK and Edinburgh. Expect to pay around £2.80 for a pint of beer and about £9 for a meal out.


Flights, accommodation and local travel information

Flying to Inverness is convenient as the international airport in Dulcross, is just 10 miles away. A taxi will be approximately £15 and the price for a bus is near £3.50 to the city centre where you'll find various accommodation options. In well-known hotel chains, bed and breakfasts and hostels, one can expect to pay £100 for a mid-range double room. For those travelling on a budget a hostel room will cost about £15. Getting around Inverness is reasonably priced. Travelling within zone 1 will cost about £3.70 with the Stagecoach bus company travelcard. If you wish to travel further afield, they offer tickets to Zone 4 for £13.00.