- Airport and Tourist Information - Desk situated in the international arrivals hall on the ground floor.
- Left luggage/lost property - Located between check in and international arrivals on the ground floor.
- Trolleys - Available throughout the terminal building.
- Toilets - situated in the UK arrivals hall and departure lounge.
- Cash dispensers - Accept all major bank cards and can be found throughout the terminal building, both before and after security.
- Car hire - The car hire desk is in the UK arrivals hall.
- Bureau de Change - Before security, these are located opposite the tourist information desk, and before the boarding card check point. There is one bureau after security, which can be found by gate seven, opposite the World Duty Free shop.
- There are a large number of shops in the airport, both before and after security.
- Before security, these include: Accessorize, Books etc, Boots, Jenners and Tie Rack.
- After security, these include: Alpha Retail Trading, World Duty Free and Dixons Tax Free.
- Before security there is a Food Village where you can purchase a wide range of hot and cold snacks and drinks. The food village has a Burger King, Franklins of Boston and a Village Grill.
- There is also a Wetherspoon's before security on the first floor of the terminal building. A range of snacks and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) can be purchased here.
- A Costa Coffee can be found opposite the information desk next to the international arrivals hall.
- After security there is another Wetherspoon's and another Costa Coffee.
- There are reserved seating areas throughout Edinburgh airport, where special needs passengers are given priority. These areas have a range of facilities for passengers with disabilities. These include induction loops (devices that amplify airport announcements for passengers with hearing problems), easy wheelchair access and arm rests on the chairs. The information monitors are positioned at a low-level as well, for ease of vision.
- For the visually impaired, directions are clearly labelled in black on yellow.
- For those with hearing problems, phones are fitted with induction couplers (these help raise the volume of the phone for passengers with hearing aids).
- There are also Minicoms and a number of staff members are trained in the use of sign language.
- Both long- and short-stay car parks have a number of disabled parking spaces.
- The airport recommends that you contact them in advance to arrange for transportation from the car parks to the terminal in advance.
- Baby care facilities are located next to the toilets in the arrival hall and the departure lounge. There are also unisex toilets before and after security control, which are suitable for parents with young children.
- All restaurants welcome children; and most, both before and after the security checks, have special children's menus.