Park First has been operating industry-leading car parks close to Glasgow International Airport since 2011. The airport has seen phenomenal growth since then and continues to surpass targets and expectations, month after month.

Direct Parking

Direct Parking has been operational as an airport car park serving Glasgow Airport customers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, since 1999.

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Skyport has been operational as an airport car park since 1992.

This well-established and convenient site proves to be extremely popular with Glasgow Airport passengers, year after year.

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Park N' Fly

This popular self-park airport car park is location just 1.7 miles from the airport and has been open since 2013.

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Park Fast

This popular self-park airport car parking site has been in operation since 2005.

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Swift Park

One of our longest-standing Glasgow Airport car parks, Swift Park has been a popular choice with airport customers since 1999.

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Park Safe

Park Safe has been operating as an off-airport car park serving Glasgow Airport since the mid 1990s.

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Airport Park and Ride

Airport Park and Ride is a custom-built booking site which enables Glasgow Airport customers to search and compare prices and car parks.

By investing in this sophisticated and user-friendly booking engine, we attract and promote more direct bookings, which generate larger returns for investors.

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Glasgow International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the UK with over 7.4 million passengers in 2013. The airport expects demand for long stay parking to outstrip supply in 2014.

The Glasgow Airport Draft Master Plan 2011 shows that in 2011 there were 2,700 long stay car parking spaces. In 2011, the actual number of long stay car parking spaces needed was 15,500 – far greater

than the amount provided by the airport’s parking facilities. Due to the forecast rise in passenger numbers, the report suggests that by 2020 the number of long stay spaces will need to increase to 17,900 to answer to the demand from travellers.

Over £200 million has been invested over the last 10 years helping make the airport the 2nd busiest in Scotland. Passenger numbers are projected to rise above 16 million in 2040. 

These figures are derived from econometric models produced by BAA, which are similar to independent forecasts prepared by the Department for Transport.

Glasgow Airport is owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings which was formerly know as BAA, they also own three other UK Airports. With over 20,000 people using Glasgow Airport each day the airport parking is in very high demand.

The evidence proves that airport car parking spaces are a solid commercial property investment, capable of producing high income returns and strong capital growth. Low cost, solid investments of this calibre are in short supply and are in very high demand.