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Tartan Army Travel Guide

Tartan Army Travel Guide

With the Tartan Army set to descend on Germany for UEFA Euro 2024, we wanted to make sure the march from Glasgow Airport is a smooth one.

As with any peak time – and this will be a busy period – we ask that fans arrive in good time ahead of their flight. For an international flight that would be around three hours prior to take off – or two hours if you’re taking a connecting flight to another UK airport. Fans should also check out their airline’s check-in opening times.

Many a hardcore fan might also want to travel in traditional Scottish dress – and why not! The security hall will be busier than usual as we are in summer season, so to help us ensure your kilted journey through the terminal is a seamless one.

Anyone who has ever worn a kilt knows it can take as long as the duration of the Braveheart movie to get the whole kit on and off. So, follow these easy steps to ensure you know what to do when going through security:

    • Sgian Dubhs – must be carried in your hold luggage unless made of plastic. It might be part of the outfit, but the metal version is prohibited from being carried in the aircraft cabin.
    • Sporrans also need to come off and go through the X-ray scanner on a tray with its contents removed.
    • If you’re bringing your bagpipes, they will also need to go through the X-ray scanner and please don’t play them in the terminal, they really do sound better outdoors.
    • Bucket hats, Glengarries, bunnets and all other hats are required also to be placed in a tray to be screened.
    • We would also like to remind everyone that the regulations around carrying 100ml liquids remain in place at this time. 

The airport has also set up a dedicated Tartan Army Meeting Zone beside the Spinning Jenny Bar, which is landside in domestic arrivals on the ground floor next to the M&S store. With photo opportunities and great vibes all around, it will be the ideal place for the Tartan Army to gather ahead of travelling.

Finally, we really want you to get your journey to Germany off to a flier and we hope the national team can do the same against the hosts on Friday 14 June in Munich. We ask travelling fans to be responsible, respectful of other passengers and enjoy the experience.

Enjoy the experience and Go For It Scotland! 

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