Business facilities and lounges at Glasgow Airport

Glasgow Airport has a great range of business facilities for those needing to do work on the go. Lounges are a great option if you're looking to avoid the hustle and bustle and work in a quiet environment with great facilities. Alternatively the airport is fitted with internet desks and it even has its own business centre for meetings on the premises.


There in one executive lounge called SkyLounge available in Glasgow Airport's departure area, behind the Beardmore Bar & Restaurant.

The Holiday Wing is perfect for families and provides a wide range of entertainment for children of all ages. The Business Wing offers a calm environment and the latest facilities for business travellers; however, it's not available for pre-booking.


Some airlines offer free entry to this lounge if you are a business class traveller. Children under 12 are not permitted to use the Business Wing.

Executive Lounges

Priority Pass

If you are a business traveller finding you are flying a lot for your job, you should consider becoming a member of Priority Pass. By joining Priority Pass you can have access to over 600 airport lounges worldwide. Price of membership varies depending on how often you plan on using airport lounges and how often you travel. Visit Priority Pass to get 10% off annual membership and find out more about what airport lounges work with Priority Pass.

The SkyLounge at Glasgow airport welcomes Priority Pass members.

Business Centre

The Business Centre operated by Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce provides meeting rooms, conference and training facilities, an IT suite and full secretarial support.

Telephone: +44 (0)141 847 5450.

Internet Terminals

There are internet desks located around the terminal building: four stations and a printer in domestic arrivals, two upstairs just before security, two stations and a printer in international arrivals, four stations in the main departure lounge and one at Gate 26 on the domestic pier. They are provided by Surfbox and cost 10p per minute, payable with coins or online.

If you have a laptop or a handheld device, you can enjoy 30 minutes of free high-speed wireless internet access. After that, you will be charged £3 for one hour, £5 for three hours and £9 for 24 hours.