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Located just off junction 28 of the M8, Glasgow Airport is the busiest of Scotland's three main international airports. Over 40 airlines serve 80 destinations from a single runway.

Parking is well organised at Glasgow airport and can be pre-booked by calling 0870 000 1 000 (UK) or +44(0)121 410 5105 (from outside the UK). All car parks offer high standards of security and customer service. There are regular transfer coaches to the terminals from long stay and business parking. Transfers from long stay take approximately 5 minutes with prices from £4 per day (minimum 4 day charge) for pre-booked stays.

About Glasgow City

Glasgow is considered one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe. The city has been reborn as a centre of style and vitality set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture. Glasgow is home to world famous art collections, the best UK shopping next to London, and the most vibrant nightlife in Scotland.

Dates for Your Diary

Celtic Connections (January) is a showcase for music and culture, featuring artists from the Celtic heartlands of Canada, USA, France, Spain and Scotland.

The Miller Glasgow International Comedy Festival (March) takes place in a variety of venues throughout the city. Recent stars have included Jack Dee, Paul Merton and the US comedy legend, Joan Rivers.

Maydaze is a free day of music, dance and family entertainment which is centered on Glasgow Green and usually takes place during the first weekend in May. Includes the traditional May Day Rally and Parade.

The West End Festival has become the biggest cultural event in Glasgow's calendar (Mid to late June). The very popular street party features stages, stalls, buskers and food.

The Great Scottish Run takes place in early September and is one of the largest road races in the UK - participants can choose between the half marathon or 10km.

The Big Big World annual festival of World Music. Previous line ups have included Miriam Makeba, Angelique Kidjo, Mory Kante, Louis Mhlanga and Musafir.

The Glasgow Fireworks annual fireworks spectacular on Glasgow Green in early November, with funfairs and family activities, marks the beginning of the festive season.

In December you can experience Glasgow on Ice. Skate or spectate at the outdoor ice rink in George Square from late November until Christmas Eve.

Glasgow Airport Facilities

There are numerous terminal facilities available at Glasgow airport including:

Parking and shopping assistance for disabled customers.

A variety of business facilities including internet access and meeting rooms, conference facilities, an IT suite and full secretarial support at the Glasgow Airport Business Centre.

Airport information services, located on the first floor, adjacent to the UK arrivals/departures area. Wall-mounted, interactive, information kiosks are also available.

Dates for Your Diary

The Gallery of Modern Art is the second most visited contemporary art gallery outside London, displaying work by local and international artists.

Glasgow Science Centre is both exciting and challenging. The Centre aims to promote public awareness of the importance of science and technology.

Glasgow Cathedral is built on the site where St Kentigern, or Mungo, the first bishop within the ancient British kingdom of Strathclyde, was thought to have been buried in AD 612. The present cathedral was built during the 13th to 15th centuries and is the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the 1560.

A must see is the Art Nouveau splendour of Scotland's best known architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whose inimitable style adorns attractions such as The Lighthouse and Glasgow School of Art.

Pollok Estate House is an impressive 18th century mansion, filled with wonderful collections of Spanish art, antique furniture, silverware and ceramics, and an impressive library.