About Glasgow Airport
Serving Glasgow and the west of Scotland, Glasgow Airport is the second busiest airport in Scotland and the eighth busiest in the UK. Opened in 1966 by the Queen, the airport has one runway and one terminal with a secondary check-in facility at T2. Glasgow airport hit the news in 2007 when it was the target of a failed terrorist attack.
2013 saw 7.4 million passengers pass through the airport’s doors, making this its busiest year since 2008. Planes fly to 100 destinations: domestic, European and inter-continental. Long-haul destinations include Dubai, Pakistan, Canada and the US.