New £2m 'access plan' for Glasgow Airport

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The changes will come into effect from next week

A £2m plan to improve access, ease congestion and reduce vehicle emissions at Glasgow Airport is under way.

The work will see a new passenger drop-off zone created to the west of the main terminal with revised arrangements for passenger pick-up.

A new outdoor information hub will also be created to provide a meeting point. This will have information screens showing flights details.

The changes will start to take effect from 8 June.

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said: "We have designed a package of measures that makes it easier for passengers and motorists to access Glasgow Airport, and honours our commitment to support sustainable transport.

"It also delivers an attractive forecourt area and intuitive road network, with the look and feel of a major international airport."

Full details of the changes are available on Glasgow Airport's website.

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