Route from Airdrie to Corby by car

From: Airdrie, County: North Lanarkshire, Scotland
To: Corby, County: Northamptonshire, England
321 mi
5 h 27 min
Fuel consumption:
Fuel cost:
Passengers:



How many miles from Airdrie to Corby?

How far is from Airdrie to Corby?


The driving distance between Airdrie and Corby is 321 miles. Travel time is 5 hours and 27 minutes by car.






321 mi 5 h 27 min
1.
Head west
136 ft
2.
Turn left onto Carlisle Road (A73)
0.7 mi
3.
Turn right onto Brownsburn Road (B8058)
0.4 mi
4.
Turn left onto Calderbank Road (B802)
0.5 mi
5.
Continue slightly left onto Main Street (B802)
0.4 mi
6.
Continue onto Woodhall Mill Road (B802)
0.5 mi
7.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto B799
824 ft
8.
Exit the roundabout onto B799
867 ft
9.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A8
255 ft
10.
Exit the roundabout onto A8
516 ft
11.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto M8
844 ft
12.
Exit the roundabout onto M8
2 mi
13.
Take the ramp on the left onto M8
0.6 mi
14.
Merge right onto Bellshill Bypass (A725)
1.6 mi
15.
Continue straight to stay on Bellshill Bypass (A725)
646 ft
16.
Continue onto Bellshill Road (A725)
0.5 mi
17.
Take the ramp on the left onto Bellshill Road (A725)
0.3 mi
18.
Enter Raith Interchange and take the 2nd exit
333 ft
19.
Exit the roundabout
0.3 mi
20.
Merge right onto M74
26.4 mi
21.
Continue onto A74(M)
49 mi
22.
Continue onto M6
27.7 mi
23.
Take the ramp on the left towards A66
975 ft
24.
Keep right towards A66
271 ft
25.
Merge right onto Skirsgill Roundabout (A66)
362 ft
26.
Keep left towards Scotch Corner
0.6 mi
27.
Enter Kemplay Bank Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto A66
527 ft
28.
Exit the roundabout onto A66
29.3 mi
29.
Continue onto A66
1.4 mi
30.
Continue onto A66
11.6 mi
31.
Continue onto A66
6.4 mi
32.
Continue onto A66
644 ft
33.
Enter Scotch Corner and take the 3rd exit towards A1(M): The South
997 ft
34.
Exit the roundabout towards A1(M): The South
47.5 mi
35.
Keep left onto A1(M)
96 mi
36.
Take the ramp on the left onto A1
865 ft
37.
Keep right at the fork
53 ft
38.
Turn right onto Stamford Road (A43)
1.8 mi
39.
Continue onto Main Road (A43)
1.8 mi
40.
Enter Duddington Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
205 ft
41.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
8.2 mi
42.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Stamford Road (A43)
164 ft
43.
Exit the roundabout onto Stamford Road (A43)
0.3 mi
44.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Bangrave Road (A43)
172 ft
45.
Exit the roundabout onto Bangrave Road (A43)
0.6 mi
46.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Bangrave Road (A43)
89 ft
47.
Exit the roundabout onto Bangrave Road (A43)
0.3 mi
48.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Weldon Road (A427)
382 ft
49.
Exit the roundabout onto Weldon Road (A427)
1.1 mi
50.
Enter A6086/A427 Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto A6086
439 ft
51.
Exit the roundabout onto A6086
0.3 mi
52.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Lloyds Road (B6481)
98 ft
53.
Exit the roundabout onto Lloyds Road (B6481)
577 ft
54.
Enter the roundabout and exit onto B6481
502 ft
55.
You have arrived at your destination, on the right
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How much does it cost to drive from Airdrie to Corby?

The fuel cost by car depend on several factors such as the distance traveled, the driving conditions (traffic jam, slow driving, normal driving, race driving), fuel consumption of the vehicle, and the current price of fuel.

The trip with petrol fuel costs 55.6 £. In the above calculation, the petrol price is considered to be 143 pence per liter and the petrol consumption of the car is 37.5 miles per gallon.
For 2 passengers in carpooling, the cost of this trip is 27.8 £ (55.6/2) per passenger.
For 3 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 18.53 £ (55.6/3) per passenger.
For 4 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip are 13.9 £ (55.6/4) per passenger.


Fuel cost = (320.52 mi / 37.5 mpg) x 143 pence per liter = 55.6 £

In more detail, the result is obtained:

Fuel needed = Distance / Car fuel consumption = miles * 4.54609 / carConsumtion = 320.52 mi * 4.54609 / 37.5 mpg = 38.9 liters

Fuel needed = 38.9 lt

Fuel cost = Fuel needed x Price per liter = 38.9 liters x 143 pence per liter = 55.6 £

Fuel cost from Airdrie to Corby = 55.6 £

Why do I multiply miles by 4.54609?

Consumption is measured in miles per gallon. 37.5 mpg means that a car could travel 37.5 miles with a gallon petrol fuel. The price of fuel is in pence per liter. Gallons should be converted to liters so that the final fuel consumption on a trip is in liters. 1 gallon is 4.54609 liters, so multiply by 4.54609.


The trip with diesel fuel costs 35.1 £. In the above calculation, the diesel price is considered to be 151 pence per liter and the diesel consumption of the car is 62.7 mpg. For only one passenger the cost of the trip is 35.1 £.
For 2 passengers in carpooling, the cost of this trip is 17.55 £ (35.1/2) per passenger.
For 3 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 11.7 £ (35.1/3) per passenger.
For 4 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 8.78 £ (35.1/4) per passenger.