Terminals at Kirkwall Airport (KOI)
The compact terminal at Kirkwall Airport (KOI) is decorated with bright mosaic floor tiles and is air- conditioned. For passenger comfort, a café-bar operates throughout air traffic hours and a TV is provided in the waiting areas. There is a quiet room and a baby change room, and a smoking area for passengers who smoke.
- Kirkwall, Mainland, Orkney
- Highlands and Islands Airports Limited
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 058°57'28"N 002°54'18"W
The terminal's impressive memorial to Captain Edmund Bresson, who established the first internal airmail service within the United Kingdom by flying out of Kirkwall Airport, is definitely worth a look.
there is an ATM machine inside the terminal, but no currency exchange booths.
there is one shop in the Kirkwall Airport terminal. This store sells books, magazines and newspapers, as well as puzzle books and local history souvenir books. Additionally, it sells bottled water and soft drinks, sweets, chocolates and snacks.
there is one café-bar in the Kirkwall Airport terminal. This café-bar operates whenever the airport is open and sells very straightforward snacks such as pre-made sandwiches, pastries and cakes. Muffins and other delights are available with hot coffee and tea and alcohol is also served here, with a limited selection of beers, wines and spirits on offer for passengers aged over 18. The café-bar offers bar seating or a small area with tables and chairs, for added convenience.
there are no dedicated business facilities in the Kirkwall Airport terminal. Broadband internet stations are available for passenger use, and vouchers can be purchased at the Tourist Information Centre, or at the café-bar. Contained and brief meetings could be comfortably held at the café-bar.