Glasgow Airport at a glance
Award-winning Glasgow International Airport is one of the UK’s fastest growing airports.
It is owned by AGS Airports Limited, a partnership between Ferrovial and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) which was set up back in 2014 to invest in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports.
Macquarie and Ferrovial have a history of working together on successful infrastructure projects. Their other airport partnerships in include Bristol and Sydney.
Boasting 30 airlines which cover more than 120 destinations across the world, including Canada, the USA, the Caribbean, Europe and the Gulf, Glasgow is Scotland’s leading long-haul airport as well as Scotland’s largest charter hub, with an ever-increasing number of long-haul destinations available to passengers.
Glasgow Airport is on track to service more than 9 million passengers per year. In fact, it serves more Scottish destinations than any other airport and is a key player in Scotland’s transport infrastructure.
Operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Glasgow Airport first opened in 1966.
With just one runway and two terminals, it competes on a major scale.
Glasgow Airport sees 86,000 air transport movements and 13,033 tonnes of cargo every year.