Glasgow Airport Guide
Welcome to the Glasgow Airport Guide – the complete tool to help you find everything you need when travelling to, from and around Glasgow and into Scotland.
Glasgow Airport’s Postcode is PA3 2SW and it actually lives 8 miles (just over a 20 min drive) from Glasgow City Centre in Paisley.
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Your guide to the Airport – the Airport Guides were created to help the traveller find their way to, through, and from, UK airports. We are an unofficial guide and are keen to hear about your experiences at the airport, including the good and the bad!
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Glasgow Airport’s latest News
Glasgow Airport has recently put a ban on pre-flight tequila and sambuca shots in an attempt to decrease drunken behaviour before takeoff.Read more
In a recent article by Airport Parking Shop, the light was shed on how travelling with autism can, at some points, be a stressful experience.
It was thought that UK airports could actively do more to take this stress off of passengers, with staff training and fast track security being two of the strongest suggestions. With this in mind, this week's news that Glasgow Airport has become the first airport in the UK to provide specialist staff training, in order to aid and assist the Autism Reality Experience is brilliant to hear!Read more
Official numbers have been revealed, Glasgow Airport boasts passenger numbers around 603,000 which is a 7.7% increase from February in 2016. The airport have also said they have seen a 20.3% rise in flights to European destinations such as Barcelona, Brussels and Paris.
December; the month of new gadget gifts! Well last month, Glasgow Airport unveiled a little gadget of their own. The airport presented its newest worker amongst the crew; GLAdys, a 4-foot tall, state of the art robot, fit with 3 main entertainment functions, built to communicate with passengers in the main terminals over the month of December.Read more
After 11 years of loyal duty, the duty safety officer at Glasgow Airport has decided he is ready to retire.
John Barrie, who has more than a decade of saving lives at the busy Scottish airport under his belt, has given CPR more than 12 times while watching travellers pass through the city and even keeps in touch with those who his first class medical assistance has saved. Not all heros wear capes!Read more