SCOTTISH CITYLINK LAUNCHES NEW VEHICLES ON GLASGOW-SKYE SERVICES
Coach operator Scottish Citylink today (Monday 28 July) introduced new vehicles to its services between Glasgow and Skye. more
We at Citylink are aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. more
Summer Timetables - valid from 19th May until 5th October 2014 (unless otherwise stated)
To view our Winter timetables - valid from 6th October 2014 until 17th May 2015 click here.
|DownloadGlasgow – Edinburgh Airport|
|DownloadGlasgow - Campbeltown|
|DownloadGlasgow – Fort William – Skye|
|DownloadInverness - Skye|
|DownloadOban - Fort William - Inverness|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Stirling – Dunblane|
|DownloadGlasgow - Oban|
|DownloadGlasgow - Edinburgh|
|DownloadInverness - Ullapool|
|DownloadScotland - Belfast|
|DownloadEdinburgh - Inverness|
|DownloadGlasgow – Perth – Dundee - Aberdeen|
|DownloadGlasgow – Perth – Dundee|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Perth – Dundee – Aberdeen|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Perth – Dundee|
|DownloadGlasgow - Inverness|
|DownloadGreenock - Blackpool|
|DownloadEast Kilbride - Edinburgh|
|DownloadEdinburgh - Oban|
|DownloadEdinburgh - Fort William - Skye|
|DownloadDundee - Perth - Oban|
This section lists all the codes used in our timetables and gives an explanation of their meaning.
|D - Daily||Th - Thursdays|
|M - Mondays||F - Fridays|
|T - Tuesday||S - Saturdays|
|W - Wednesdays||Su - Sundays|
Journeys which operate only on certain days of the week carry a combination of the above abbreviations. (eg TTh indicates Tuesdays and Thursdays only, MF indicates Mondays and Fridays only, M-S indicates Monday to Saturday only).
Other symbols used are explained on appropriate pages.