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Flights from London to Scotland:
British Airways online
searchable timetable. Tickets from London Heathrow or Gatwick to Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, also to Inverness (more expensive). Flight connections to the islands of Barra, Benbecula, Islay, Lewis, Orkney and Shetland.
GO FLY (part of BA) operates flights from Stansted to Edinburgh.
bmi (British Midland Airways Ltd) has a variety of cheap flights (domestic and international) from London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Manchester, Notting East Midlands, etc.
EasyJet operates daily cheap flights from Gatwick (London), Luton Airport (about 30 miles north of London) direct to Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Single journey tickets allow flexibility to fly into one part of the country and fly out of another.
Trains from London to Scotland:
TheTrainLine.com is the official way to check timetables and book train tickets online.
The main east coast line from London Kings Cross travels via York to Edinburgh (and on to Inverness).
The west coast railway line goes from London Euston to Glasgow Central Station.