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Glasgow Airport MD Amanda McMillan will become chief executive of the new AGS Airports Limited, the partnership between Ferrovial and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) established to invest in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports.

AGS officially became owner of the three airports from Heathrow Airport Holdings on 18 December 2014, following the announcement of the deal in October. 

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Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest November in seven years after 574,380 passengers travelled through its doors last month, representing an increase of 11.8% compared to the same period last year.

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Ryanair celebrated carrying 100,000 customers through its new Glasgow base which opened at the end of October on Wednesday 10 October.

Ryanair has seen huge demand on routes from its third Scottish base which operates seven new routes this winter and nine new routes for summer 2015, delivering over 850,000 passengers per annum and supporting over 850 on-site jobs at Glasgow Airport.


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Glasgow Airport has welcomed the findings of the Smith Commission which has recommended that Air Passenger Duty (APD) is fully devolved to the Scottish Parliament.

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From all our latest news to additional company information and facts and figures about the airport, this is your starting point. Our experienced media relations team will provide journalists with information about Glasgow Airport.

Media enquiries from journalists can be sent by email to You can also call our Head of Communications on 0141 848 4558 or Communications Manager on 0141 848 4737.

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Filming and photography at Glasgow Airport

We will do our very best to accommodate your requests. However, filming at a busy international airport such as Glasgow provides logistical and security challenges and there will be times when we will be unable to facilitate any non-essential filming and photography requests.

Please bear in mind that all filming and photography within Glasgow Airport requires a permit so your request must be made at least two working days before the required date. There are exceptions but if you want to guarantee that you meet your deadlines, please contact us well in advance.

Unfortunately, we are not able to grant requests for filming or taking photographs at Glasgow Airport to students.

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