Glasgow Airport Arrivals

Glasgow International Airport

Address
Paisley, Renfrewshire
PA3 2SW, Great Britain

Airport codes
IATA airport code: GLA
ICAO airport code: EGPF

GLA Arrivals today

About Glasgow airport flight arrivals

Glasgow International Airport, also called on its Gaelic ‘Port-adhair Eadar-nàiseanta Ghlaschu’ or on its Scottish ‘Glesga Airport’. Not as the capital of Scotland the busiest airport you might expect it to be the busiest. Edinburgh Airport is a lot busier with 15 million passengers. All Glasgow arrivals are handled through 1 runway that exists. There are plans to expand, but it will take many years. Until then, GLA airport arrivals will likely continue to fluctuate around 9 million passengers per year (except 2020 due to corona).

Flight routes

About 25 percent of the Glasgow flight arrivals fly in from London, of which Heathrow and Gatwick have the largest market share. Other major cities in the UK are Bristol, Belfast and Birmingham.

Of course there are also flights outside the UK. Before the Spanish holiday cities, the Scots fly most to

Glasgow airport arrivals from Spanish cities are Alicante, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga and Tenerife. The aircraft of the airlines of Jet2.com, Ryanair, Easyjet and TUI Airways are mainly used for this.

Glasgow airport terminal

At Glasgow international airport arrivals, planes can park at various piers. It depends on which baggage hall you will have to be. There are 2 baggage claim areas so you can go at the main terminal via the passport control to continue your journey.

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glasgow airport ground transportation

Having Glasgow arrivals by bus: there are two options for traveling by bus. The McGill’s Bus service connecting the airport with the city of Paisley. The other bus service is Shuttle bus service 500. This connects Glasgow Airport with the city center. Several stops are possible. The bus runs from 5:00 in the morning until 22:30 in the evening. The price for a one-way ticket is £8.50.

There should be a Glasgow Metro connection to the airport. However, it has not yet been built. The only public transport is therefore only possible by bus.

Glasgow International Airport is located to the west of the city. The most logical connection is with the M8 motorway.