ExpressTest has opened a Covid testing centre at Edinburgh airport, offering passengers and staff subsidised PCR tests.
It is the first such screening centre at a Scottish airport, offering "fast and accurate" PCR swab tests, valid for travel.
Passengers will be able to get tested for £80pp, and airport staff for £60pp. Members of the general public will be able to get tested for £99pp.
Test results are typically available the next day, and are sent either by email or text.
Those who test negative will receive a "fit to fly" certificate authorised by a doctor, which also bears their result.
Edinburgh said the testing centre, located in front of the airport terminal in the FastPark area, "will be an important aspect of the airport’s recovery when restrictions are lifted".
ExpressTest is also gearing up to launch a testing centre at Gatwick airport on Monday (30 November) and plans to open 30 such facilities across the UK over the coming months.
Gordon Dewar, Edinburgh airport chief executive, said: “Protecting and mitigating risk to public health and providing reassurance and confidence to people who need and want to travel is incredibly important if aviation and all of the industries that rely on it are to recover.
"We have acted with ExpressTest to ensure we are in as strong a position as possible to allow aviation as a facilitator industry to drive Scotland’s recovery.
“Until then, people must continue to adhere to local regulations and ensure they understand and follow government guidance to protect themselves and others.”
Tests can be booked via the ExpressTest website; customers will be sent a QR code they must bring to their appointment, along with their passport.
Tests will be available from 8am to 8pm daily.