Passengers with profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities can make use of Glasgow Airport’s Changing Places facility.
The room will also benefit passengers with a wide range of physical disabilities such as spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis who often need extra equipment and space to allow them to use toilet facilities safely and comfortably.
Here is a link to our airport map. Changing places are located in the airports main check-in hall to ensure it is accessible to both departing and arriving passengers, the spacious facility’s key features include a height-adjustable sink and hydraulic bed, an electronic hoist, shower and non-slip floor and privacy screens.
The terminal also has wayfinding signage directing passengers to the Changing Places room, which is located between the WH Smith and Luggage Point stores in the main check-in hall.
With more than 9.9 million passengers traveling through its doors in 2017, Glasgow becomes the largest airport in Scotland to house a Changing Places facility and one of 14 across the UK.
The airport’s compliance team worked with representatives from Promoting A More Inclusive Society (PAMIS) on the design and requirements of the facility.