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An Erskine-based counselling charity is set to extend its reach while reducing its impact on the environment thanks to new funding from Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund.

Crisis counselling has received over £3,700 from the airport to pay for a new heating system to complete its training ‘Eco-pod’. Once operational, the fully fitted training suite will allow the charity to deliver training and counselling services to its clients via Skype, supporting those with barriers to travel.


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Citywing has announced an increased number of flights will be available between Glasgow and the Isle of Man for summer 2015.

Now offering 11 return flights a week from 1 May, Citywing are providing the Island’s community with a regular and frequent direct service to further strengthen the link between the two Celtic Communities.

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A group of ex-service personnel is set to benefit from an innovative educational project which will give them new skills and improve their sense of well-being, thanks to a recent funding boost from Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund.

The Re-Tune project has received £2,000 from the airport to train 18 veterans in musical instrument repair and woodwork skills.  As well as providing the individuals with valuable skills to enhance their employability prospects, they will also be taught how to play stringed instruments such as the violin, guitar and cello.

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Glasgow Airport has made the best possible start to 2015 after 485,685 passengers travelled through its doors in January 2015, representing an increase of 11.4% on the previous year.

International traffic grew by 18.1% and was bolstered by the performance of both Ryanair’s and Wizz Air’s direct services to Eastern Europe. Airlines such as Icelandair, Emirates and United also reported an increase in demand. Domestic traffic was up 6.6% compared to the same period last year and benefited from British Airways’ decision to add extra capacity on its Heathrow and London City routes.


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