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Rail travel from Middlesbrough to Edinburgh, with Holiday Extras

Rail travel from Middlesbrough to Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh, Edinburgh Airport, Turnhouse Road, Midlothian, Scotland, EH12 9DN .

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To take advantage of these prices you will need to prove you are a leisure traveller, on the way to the airport, so you will need to provide either your flight details or yr holiday booking reference. I don't think you will need to provide this when you arrive at the station but you may be asked to give them on yr travels from the station to the airport.

Going to the airport by train is great, you can take a nap, read a book (even at night), play a game, or just gaze out of the window... The other caveat to buying these inexpensive train tickets from middlesbrough station to the airport is that there must be at least two grown ups travelling together. But another great benefit is that children go free. All children under five go free, and then one child over 5 but under 16 per adult travelling on the train to edinburgh airport.

be sure to leave plenty of time to get to edinburgh airport early enough to eat, shop and so on, so check the times of trains from middlesbrough station before you go. If you have spare time at the airport you can always read a book or play a game again! As you have bought your train ticket in advance, you don't need to fret about the opening times of the station.

middlesbrough station opening hours: Monday-Saturday 05:20-23:30, Sunday 07:40-00:30, .

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