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Icelandair is pleased to announce it will increase flights from Glasgow to Reykjavik from March 2016 as the airline celebrates its 70th anniversary of flying to Scotland.

This will take the number of flights the airline offers to Glasgow customers from five to six a week, increasing the number of available seats by 14,000 per year.  The additional flight will depart on Saturday mornings from 19 March 2016.

 

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Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has announced the return of flights to and from Exeter as part of its 2015-16 Winter programme, operating four days a week and effective for travel between 25th October 2015 and 26th March 2016.

Further highlights of Flybe’s winter schedule from Glasgow, that features seven routes in total, includes the first winter of its daily year-round flights to and from Bournemouth and Cardiff together as well as increased flights on both its Belfast City and Birmingham services to meet customer demand.

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Scots seeking somewhere to slope off for a skiing holiday or to enjoy the sound of music will hit the right note when British Airways launches a new direct winter service to Salzburg from Glasgow.

Tickets for the weekly service linking Scotland with Austria went on sale from August 12, with the first flight taking off in the winter season on December 12, 2015.

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Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest July in seven years after 956,483 passengers travelled through its doors – an increase of 13.7% - representing its ninth consecutive month of double digit growth.

International traffic grew by 15.3%, with long haul services including WestJet’s daily flight to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Virgin Atlantic’s direct route to Orlando reporting particularly strong demand. July also saw thousands of travellers take to the skies to European sun destinations including Crete, Majorca, Tenerife and the Costa del Sol.  A new service to Budapest, which was launched by Wizz Air in June, also proved particularly popular.

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Media enquiries from journalists can be sent by email to media@glasgowairport.com. 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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