Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934 to link North Scotland with London. The airfield became a RAF Dyce, during World War II. Fighter aircraft were based here to provide protection from bombing raids but airfield was bombed by the Luftwaffe on 26 July 1940 and 27 August 1940, no damage was reported.
The airport was nationalized in 1947 and was transferred to the British Airports Authority (BAA) in 1975.
With the discovery of North Sea oil, helicopter operations began and Aberdeen Airport became the world's largest commercial heliport. More than half of all aircraft movements are helicopters. In October 2014 Aberdeen airport was sold to a consortium of Ferrovial and Macquarie Group.
Aberdeen Airport is looking to extend the runway for larger modern aircraft to fly to destinations across the Mediterranean, North Africa and North America.
 Full detail Buildings
 Realistic Ground Markings
 Hi Res ground image
 UK Runway markings
 Stunning Night Effects
 3D Approach Lights
 Dozens of Airport Vehicles
 Excellent Frame Rates
 Animated Traffic
 Runway Wigwags
 Full set of signs
 Airliner Static Aircraft
 GA Static Aircraft
 Manual and Options
 Special 'Effects'
 Improved runway lights