EasyJet’s daily Bristol, Luton and Stansted flights returned from 1 July and the airline has also launched a new daily service to Birmingham.
Ryanair will also resume its twice-weekly Krakow flights from 1 July with Wroclaw and Brussels Charleroi services to return on Friday and Saturday respectively. The airline’s Dublin route has increased to a daily service, while British Airways’ London Heathrow route will increase to a double-daily service.
Emirates has also confirmed that Glasgow’s Dubai service is set to return on Wednesday 15 July and will initially operate four afternoon services per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports, which owns and operates Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, said:
“We are continuing to support our airline partners’ plans to resume operations and have introduced a series of enhanced health measures to keep our terminals clean and safe as we welcome more passengers back.”
As part of AGS Airports Ltd, Glasgow Airport has introduced a series of health measures to provide a safe environment for staff and passengers as further services resume. For instance, installing protective screens in key areas, including the check-in and security halls, signage to ensure that social distance is observed or the provision of personal protective equipment (PPEs) among all staff.
For more information on the increased services to and from Glasgow Airport, please visit: https://www.glasgowairport.com/media-centre/more-domestic-and-international-services-return-at-glasgow-airport/