Prestwick Airport Guide
Did you know?
The airport terminal has a maximum capacity of 2.5 million passengers, with airlines flying to over 17 destinations worldwide each year.
Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well signposted from the access roads.
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The Airport Guides Network; Independent Information for the Traveller
Your guide to the Airport – the Airport Guides were created to help the traveller find their way to, through, and from, UK airports. We are an unofficial guide and are keen to hear about your experiences at the airport, including the good and the bad!
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Prestwick Airport News
Glasgow Prestwick Airport has recently held its third annual holiday for individuals with reduced mobility and hidden or non hidden disabilities.Read more
We all love a good getaway, don't we? Whatever your tastes are, party-rocking or family-friendly, we have the destination for you. Prestwick Airport only travels to 16 destinations and we've narrowed it down to our top 4 must-see places in Europe for a bit of #travelinspo.
From party-central Ibiza to colourful Barcelona, you're sure to have a great holiday from Prestwick.
Let's escape the glooomy British skies for somewhere a little sunnier!
Number 1: Rome
Rome is an incredible cultural and foodie hub - it had to be our number 1. Make sure toRead more
After just 15 months in charge, Glasgow Prestwick Airport boss, Ron Smith, will be leaving his position as CEO behind at the end of the month. Although no official reason for his departure has been disclosed, the airport has revealed that the decision was made upon “mutual consent”Read more
Prestwick Airport has recently splashed out £500,000 on its new facilities. The money has been spent on 8 new baggage cars costing £293,000 and luggage belts worth £90,000, as well as an upgrade to air conditioning within the departure lounge. Plans to improve check in technology, back up generators and walkway barriers are also in the works.The new features come after the disappointing news that the airport’s passenger numbers are in decline, as well as its freight numbers decreasing, too.Read more
Aircraft maintenance firm Chevron Aircraft Maintenance has invested £8.5m into Prestwick Airport. The company's aim is to create a “world-class centre of excellence” for various aspects of the airport such as aircraft engineering and maintenance and training. The expansion will create 82 jobs, 67 of which will be highly specialised positions, while expecting to increase turnover by around £10 million,taking it to £19 million by 2021.Read more