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Old January 27th, 2009, 06:03 PM   #81
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BTW Glasgow is not Scotlands biggest airport:
Edinburgh airport: 9,062,007 (rolling year)
Glasgow airport: 8,284,955 (rolling year)
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THank you Glasgowman! Fantastic pictures!
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Old December 29th, 2009, 12:35 AM   #87
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Glasgow International Airport plans expansion
28 December 2009

Glasgow airport has announced a £25m expansion plan to improve facilities for passengers and traffic access to the site over the next two years.

Planned developments include improving the airport road system, a new food court, a new runway lighting system and upgrades to the airfield taxiway.

The airport will invest £12m in 2010, followed by a further £13m in 2011.

By 2014, when Glasgow hosts the Commonwealth Games, the airport expects to spend between £85m and £100m.

The airport's main passenger lounge, skylounge, will also be refurbished along with improvements to the internal layouts of the main terminal building in an effort to create "a more seamless passenger journey through the airport".

The airport is also contributing £1m towards the cost of the M74 extension which, it is hoped, will reduce journey times to and from the transport hub.

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said: "These improvements will deliver a better passenger experience, provide enhanced terminal facilities, and improve the efficiency of our taxiway and runway infrastructure, which are essential for the smooth operation of the airport.

"This is a significant investment in the future of Glasgow Airport, and underlines our commitment to grow the airport and deliver a better customer experience for our passengers."

This is the latest in a series of high profile investments at Glasgow Airport.

Last year, it opened a £31m terminal extension - the biggest single investment for more than a decade.

The skyhub extension includes a new security search area, arrivals hall, additional seating capacity, and a wider choice of bars, shops and restaurants.

'Significant investment'

Councillor Steven Purcell, leader of Glasgow City Council said: "The importance of the airport to the local economy cannot be overestimated.

"Investment in improving Glasgow Airport is an investment in jobs in Glasgow and the West of Scotland."

Renfrewshire Council Leader Derek Mackay said: "This programme of work will enhance access and the customer experience and we welcome such a significant investment particularly in the current economic circumstances."

Ms McMillan also confirmed that the airport was in discussion with new and existing airlines in a bid to secure several new routes for 2010, and was working to fill the capacity lost by the collapse of Globespan.

More than a third of the capacity has been replaced by existing carriers at Glasgow, including easyJet, Thomas Cook, Thomson and Virgin Atlantic.

A major announcement on further additional capacity is expected in the next few days.
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A small update with more photos from January and February at Glasgow International Airport. Like before, none of the following pictures are mine so I cannot take credit for them. Credit goes to the individual photographers for their excellent pictures.

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Thomas Cook Airlines to base seventh aircraft at Glasgow International
23 March 2010

Thomas Cook Airlines has announced plans to base a seventh aircraft at Glasgow International Airport for the full summer season, with an eighth aircraft being based for the peak season.

Thomas Cook’s seventh based aircraft, a Boeing 737-800, operated by Travel Service with 189 seats, will provide increased capacity on existing routes to Corfu, Faro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Mahon, Palma and Rhodes.

An eighth aircraft, a Airbus A330, will be based at the airport for June and July will provide extra long haul capacity for flights to Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Florida, Las Vegas and Mexico.

The airlines eight Glasgow based aircraft include four Boeing 757’s, one Airbus A320, one Boeing 737-800 and two Airbus A330’s. This is a substantial increase from summer 2009, when the airline based four Boeing 757’s and one Airbus A330.

Thomas Cook Airlines fly direct to 37 worldwide destinations from Glasgow International Airport, carrying up to 3 million passengers per year.

Flights and holidays can be booked online now via the official Thomas Cook website.






Virgin Atlantic plan more flights from Glasgow for 2011
03 March 2010

Virgin Atlantic’s love for Glasgow appears to have no boundaries as the carrier again plans to increase the number of flights on offer from the city.

Currently the airline offer up to five departures per week direct to Orlando, Florida, during the school Easter and summer holidays. However from April 2011, Virgin Atlantic plans to operate a permanent schedule of flights.

Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that flight from Glasgow International to Orlando International will operate twice weekly, every week, from early April to late October. The airline has also confirmed all flights to and from Glasgow will be operated by a Boeing 747-400 type aircraft.

FlyGlasgow can reveal that should advanced bookings prove popular, Virgin Atlantic will have the capacity to add a third weekly flight, for the entire season.

Virgin Atlantic launched flights from Glasgow International Airport in 2007 and has since then increased capacity from the airport every year.

Flights for 2011 will not be on sale until 12 months in advance of departure date; however package holidays for summer 2011 to Florida flying with Virgin Atlantic from Glasgow can be booked now with Virgin Holidays.






Aer Arann switch Donegal flights from Glasgow Prestwick to Glasgow International
23 February 2010

Aer Arann has revealed it will switch its Donegal flight from Glasgow Prestwick Airport to Glasgow International Airport.

The airline launched flights from Glasgow Prestwick to Donegal in 2006, with three flights per week to the Irish destination. Since its launch the route has continued to perform well and in 2007 Aer Arann increased flights to four weekly.

From 28 March 2010 the service will operate four days per week, direct from Glasgow International Airport, replacing the current Glasgow Prestwick route. Flights are on sale now with fares starting from £37 one way including taxes.

Donegal Airport opens up the North-West of Ireland for the leisure and business traveler. Located at Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, the airport is approximately 15 minutes drive from Dungloe and Gweedore, 45 minutes from Letterkenny and 1 hour from Donegal Town.

Welcoming the new route Aer Arann Corporate Affairs Director Andrew Kelly said: “Donegal and Glasgow have a strong connection and we are responding to popular customer demand by introducing this new link. The Donegal service will further enhance our presence at the airport following the announcement of our Cork-Glasgow International route under the Aer Lingus Regional franchise. We look forward to welcoming both existing and new passengers on board all of our services in the coming weeks and months”.

Scott Taylor, Chief Executive of Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, added: "The new service from Donegal has a clear fit with friends and family hopping between Donegal and Glasgow, and with events like the World Irish Dancing championships taking place in the city this year, it’s a perfect opportunity to bring the whole family to experience a major event celebrating the cultural links between the Celts.






Ryanair increase flights on five international routes from Glasgow Prestwick
16 February 2010

Ryanair, Glasgow’s largest airline, has announced it will add an extra ten flights per week to existing routes from Glasgow Prestwick Airport.

The airline is adding additional flights to Alicante, Carcassonne, Faro, Malaga and Palma. The extra flights will provide an extra 1890 seats from the airport each week.

Flights to Alicante will increase to six times per week, with a new Thursday flight now available. Flights to Alicante will operate every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The newly announced Carcassonne route, which starts on 31 March 2010 was due to operate twice a week, with flights available every Wednesday and Sunday, has, due to high demand, been increased to three flights per week with a new Monday service now on sale.

Flights to Faro are being increased to six per week, with flights operating every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as well as two departures every Sunday.

Malaga will see flights operating daily, with a new Wednesday departure now on offer.

Flights to Palma will be increased to seven weekly, with flights departing daily excluding Tuesday but with two flights every Friday.

Glasgow Prestwick Chief Executive Iain Cochrane said: “This is more excellent news for the airport. As well as these welcome extra services, we have new Ryanair routes starting to Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands and Ibiza next month, plus summer flights to Jersey and Turkey with other airlines.

“This means that Glasgow Prestwick is number one for sun-seeking Scots this spring and summer and, together, Glasgow Prestwick and Ryanair provide fares and punctual, reliable flights at prices unrivalled in the Scottish market.”






Ryanair to build new maintenance hangar at Glasgow Prestwick
10 February 2010

Ryanair, Glasgow’s largest airline, today (10 February 2010) announced that it will build a second maintenance hangar at Glasgow Prestwick Airport at a cost of £8 million, which will create 200 new engineering jobs, increasing the total jobs sustained by Ryanair in Glasgow to over 2,400.

The facility, which is due to open in October 2010, was announced at Glasgow Prestwick Airport by Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond and Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary.

The Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise and Glasgow Prestwick Airport secured this 6,000 sq/m hangar investment despite intense competition from five other Ryanair bases throughout Europe.

By securing this new investment Glasgow Prestwick Airport has helped to create over 400 engineering and support jobs between the two hangars, which will maintain a large portion of Ryanair’s 210 aircraft fleet.

Ryanair recently announced that they will base a sixth aircraft at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, with three new routes to Carcassonne, Fuerteventura and Ibiza launching later this year.

Ryanair fly to 29 European destinations from Glasgow, carrying over 2 million passengers per year to and from the airport.

FlyGlasgow has learned that Ryanair are in talks with Glasgow Prestwick Airport to base a seventh aircraft at the airport by the summer, however nothing has yet been confirmed.

For the latest on this and all other news from Glasgow’s Airlines Industry, check back with FlyGlasgow frequently






Aer Lingus add new route to Cork and increase Dublin flights
26 January 2010

Aer Lingus, Ireland’s national airline, has today (Tuesday 26 January 2010) announced a new route from Glasgow and Cork, as well as more flights to Dublin.

The Irish based airline will operate a new daily service from Glasgow to Cork with flights commencing on 28 March 2010.

Flights will depart Glasgow International at 13:05 and arrive in Cork at 14:40. The return flight will depart Cork at 11:10 and arrive in Glasgow International at 12:40.

The airline also plans to increase capacity on their Glasgow to Dublin route, with flights increasing from the present once daily, to a convenient schedule of four daily departures.

From 28 March 2010, flights will depart Glasgow International at 08:25, 11:35, 17:45 and 20:50 while the return flights will depart Dublin at 06:50, 10:00, 16:10 and 19:15.

Flights to from Glasgow to Cork and Dublin are available to book now from just £40 return, including tax.

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow International Airport, said: "Ireland is one of Glasgow’s biggest overseas tourism markets, generating millions of pounds for the city’s economy, and a crucial trading centre for many Scottish exporters.

"The new and improved service will allow even greater opportunity for business and leisure travel between Scotland and Ireland, with increased frequency on the important Glasgow to Dublin route particularly good news."






Kiss Flights to launch 13 routes from Glasgow International Airport
18 January 2010

Kiss Flights, a new and rapidly expanding start-up airline, is to open a base at Glasgow International Airport with 13 new routes.

The airline will base a Boeing 737-800 series aircraft at Glasgow International Airport to operate flights to Corfu, Dalaman, Faro, Fuerteventura, Heraklion, Kos, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Malaga, Paphos, Rhodes, Tenerife and Zante.

Kiss will launch 6 of the new routes in early April, with the remaining 7 new flights taking-off in mid June.

Kiss Flights director Paul Moss said: "Kiss Flights are enjoying a period of strong growth and we are delighted to be able to offer these flights from Glasgow.

Since the demise of FlyGlobespan we have had unprecedented requests from the travel trade to offer increased capacity from Glasgow."

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow International Airport, said: "We are making good progress in our efforts to backfill the capacity lost by FlyGlobespan, and this latest announcement from Kiss Flights is further good news for passengers.

"We are determined to ensure that holidaymakers continue to have a wide choice of airlines and destinations from Glasgow International. Competition equals lower prices for travellers."

She added: "This is the first of several announcements we hope to make in the coming weeks as we continue our work to backfill the capacity lost by FlyGlobespan, and secure new international routes for Glasgow."

Kiss flights from Glasgow to 13 European destinations are on sale now from just £70 return, including tax at kissflights.com





Spanair announce new Glasgow to Barcelona flights
05 January 2010

Spanair, Spain’s second largest airline will launch direct flights from Glasgow to Barcelona in May 2010.

The Barcelona based airline will operate the new service two times a week: on Saturdays and Sundays. Return tickets are available from £230 per person.

The airline expects to serve 11,000 travellers on the route over a period of one year, giving Glaswegians an opportunity to enjoy a visit to one of Europe’s most popular cities. The new route is Scotland’s only direct flight to Barcelona.

Saturday flights depart from Glasgow International at 23:55, arriving in Barcelona at 02:15. The return flight departs Barcelona at 21:40 and arrives in Glasgow International at 22:55.

Sunday flights depart from Glasgow International at 06:00, arriving in Barcelona at 10:00. The return flight departs Barcelona at 11:00 and arrives in Glasgow International at 13:00.

Flights can be booked online now by clicking here.
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How is the rail line to GLA coming along?
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How is the rail line to GLA coming along?
The SNP cancelled it. Trying to get an SNP Government to spend money in Glasgow is like trying to draw blood from stone.


Labour vows to put Glasgow International Airport Rail Link back on track
28 March 2010

Labour will revive the Glasgow International Airport Rail Link (GARL) project if it wins next year’s Scottish election.

The plan, which will be included in the party’s manifesto for the Holyrood election, is one of a series of populist measures designed to wrest power from Alex Salmond.

The SNP’s decision to drop the £170m GARL scheme linking the airport to Glasgow and Paisley was a factor in the party’s defeat by Labour in last year’s Glasgow North East by-election.

While the SNP has said the rail link would provide minimal benefit to the Scottish economy and have virtually no impact on cutting traffic or greenhouse gas emissions, senior Labour figures accused the SNP of having an “anti-Glasgow agenda”.

Labour strategists believe resurrecting the scheme would be a vote winner in its traditional west of Scotland heartland.

“This will mean better connectivity for the business community. Getting people on to trains rather than buses also makes sense from an environmental point of view,” said Johann Lamont, Scottish Labour’s deputy leader.

“It’s also about creating jobs and the community regeneration that goes alongside it.

“In tough times abandoning a key project which would offer so many opportunities would be a loss.”

The move has been welcomed by business leaders, who said they were astonished by the SNP’s decision to withdraw support for the project.

“We believe this scheme should not have been abandoned by the Scottish government and very much welcome Labour’s commitment to restore the rail link to Glasgow airport,” said Iain McMillan, director of CBI Scotland.

“It’s a ridiculous position that we do not have a rail link into Glasgow International Airport. The Glasgow rail link would provide a significant boost to Scotland’s economy.”
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A few pictures from Saturday 17 April 2010 of some of the only flights in Europe on this day. A total of 14 flights managed to get into Glasgow International through the night, others were not so lucky and had to turn back, including a British Airways 747 from San Francisco.

None of the following pictures are mine, so credit must go to the photographers.








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Air Canada launches seasonal flight at Glasgow Airport, Scotland

Leisure airline Air Canada Rouge has introduced a new seasonal non-stop service from Glasgow Airport in Paisley, Scotland, to Toronto Pearson International Airport in Ontario, Canada. Air Canada Rouge's seasonal Glasgow-Toronto flight AC1939 will operate three times every week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, until 25 September.



Scotland's International Development and Europe Minister Dr Alasdair Allan said: "The launch of this service between Glasgow and Toronto is fantastic news and I'm delighted to see it get off the ground today.

"It will benefit both business travellers and tourists, bringing improved access to international markets, making Scotland even more attractive as a tourist destination. "I hope this service will help build on the historic and cultural bonds between our two countries. I wish Glasgow Airport and Air Canada Rouge every success with this route."

Air Canada Rouge also currently operates an Edinburgh-Toronto service with up to four flights flying every week throughout the summer period.

The new route will be operated by a 282-seat wide-body Boeing 767-300ER airplane. The passengers travelling on the flight from Glasgow Airport to Toronto Pearson International will be able to connect with other Air Canada flights that travel to destinations across Canada, the US and throughout the Americas.
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