Getting To Shetland
Shetland's main airport is Sumburgh at the south end of the islands. With direct flights from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Aberdeen and connections to all the major UK airports, flying to and from Shetland is easier than you might think.
Learn more at: http://www.hial.co.uk/sumburgh-airport/
Leaving from Aberdeen every day of the week, Northlink Ferries provides a comfortable overnight sailing onboard their state of the art cruise ferries. Onboard you'll find lounges and bars, self-service and a la carte restaurants, shops, play areas, cinemas and comfortable cabin accommodation.
Learn more at: www.northlinkferries.co.uk
Shetland is well serviced by a network of buses and inter-island ferries. Running from morning till night, Shetland's public transport offers you the flexibility of leaving early and returning late so you can spend a full day sightseeing, thereby getting the most out of your stay.
Learn more at: www.zettrans.org.uk/
Go where the buses don't go. Hire a car from one of Shetland's car hire firms and experience Shetland off of the beaten path.