Airport Safety Information

Glasgow Airport – Info

COVID-19 – Safe Travel Measures

AGS Airports, which owns and manages Glasgow Airport has introduced a series of health measures to provide a safe environment for staff and passengers. (ASG Airports also own Aberdeen and Southampton airport.)

A series of measures are being introduced to ensure leisure and business travellers enjoy a safe and pleasant experience while passing through the terminal.

Passengers arriving and travelling through the airport are asked to respect physical distancing. Markers have been introduced across the terminal to help support passengers to maintain the correct distance where it is possible to do so.

Retail outlets and lounges are currently closed. WH Smith’s main airside store will open on 30th June. Starbucks airside store will open from 1st July.

The UpperDeck Lounge, the Lomond Lounge and the Long Stay Car Park are now closed

Glasgow Airport continues to follow all UK and Scottish Government guidance and remain in regular contact with the relevant health authorities with regards to the latest developments on Coronavirus (COVID-19).

AGS Airport Safety Measures

Pre-register before flying

Glasgow Airport are requesting all passengers pre-register the date and time you expect to be at the airport.

For more information and to register click here. Registering means the airport can keep you informed with the latest information and travel guidance. Knowing in advance how many people expect to pass through also helps the airport to regulate capacity.

Download the Glasgow Airport app

Glasgow Airport have a handy app you can use to get flight updates and airport information etc. Click here to download the Glasgow Airport app.

Additional Measures

All passengers should arrive at the airport wearing protective facial coverings. Those who don’t will be able to access them in the terminal.

Anyone who is experiencing Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or feeling unwell should not travel to the airport.

All staff working in the terminal and interacting with passengers will wear personal protective equipment (PPE).

Protective screening has been installed in key areas of Glasgow Airport such as the check-in and security halls.

Hand sanitiser dispensers have been installed across the airport. Passengers and staff are encouraged to use them as frequently as possible as they pass through the terminal.

Cleaning procedures have been enhanced with a specific focus on the regular cleaning and disinfecting of all hard surfaces.

Additional measures include regular use of electrostatic fogging machines proven to disinfect surfaces within two minutes.

Passenger touchpoints are being treated with an advanced long-lasting antimicrobial protection surface bonding solution.

Luggage trollies are subject to the above-enhanced cleaning measures. Self-cleaning stations have also been set up in the domestic and international baggage halls.

For more information on the measures implemented by Glasgow Airport click here.

Glasgow Airport’s latest tweets:

Contact Information

Glasgow Airport
Paisley
Renfrewshire,
Scotland
PA3 2ST

General Enquiries: Tel: 0344 481 5555

Click here for Glasgow Airport’s online contact form.

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