Glasgow Airport Guide
Welcome to the Glasgow Airport Guide, an independent resource to help you find everything you need when travelling to, from and around the Airport.
Did you know?
Newcastle on average handles just over 7.5 million passengers year, a number that has steadily increased over the last few years!
Glasgow airport currently contributes around £1.44bn to the economy, as well as supporting around 30,000 jobs!
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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
There had been discussions about a metro link for Glasgow Airport and it has now been approved by the local council so the plans are now ready to move in motion.
During the first phase, the metro will provide a link from Paisley Gilmour Street train station to Glasgow Airport before reaching further east. There had been a lot of talks about this previously too, with deals initially getting the green later and then being dismissed later. This link was first suggested by a commission that was in charge of improving the city’s infrastructure in April 2019 in order to both boost the economy and to help areas where there was next to no transport available.Read more
With over 5,300 employees and 9.9 million passengers at Glasgow Airport each year, it’s easy to see how single-use plastic is a large-scale issue for the site. However a new initiative has been launched in the hope to try and reduce this problem.Read more
An ingenious concept benefitting the visually impaired has landed at Glasgow Airport thanks to the brilliant minds of two local passengers.Read more
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