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Glasgow Airport welcomes nearly eight million passengers every year through its facilities, which makes it the eighth busiest in the UK and the second most used in Scotland. Glasgow Airport serves the Greater Glasgow area, as well as allowing access to south west of Scotland, like Kilmarnock and Dumfries, and the North West and Loch Lomond. Europcar has four outlets around Glasgow Airport, all ready to help with any and all car hire requirements. Our fleet of modern, safe and reliable vehicles is able to cater for any size party or budget, while services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are available to enable your trip out from Glasgow Airport to continue smoothly. From there, wherever your journey may take you, you can be sure that our expert team has done all it can to see you safely on your way.
Glasgow Airport is the second busiest airport in Scotland, and handles short range flights from Ireland, London, Birmingham and Manchester; mid-range flights from Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Greece and Austria; as well as transatlantic planes from New York, New Jersey and, later in 2015, Las Vegas. The nearby M8, M80 and M74 motorways make Edinburgh, Stirling and south west Scotland easy to get to by car, and Glasgow Airport is well suited for those wishing explore the islands and wilderness of Scotland's west coast too. The airport is located just seven miles from the centre of Glasgow City, a former giant in the industries of transatlantic trade and shipbuilding, and now a European cultural hub.
The City of Glasgow – Scotland's largest city sits on the River Clyde, having grown over the years from a small fishing village into one of the UK's largest seaports, with a city population of 600,000 and a further 1.2 million in the Greater Glasgow area. The city is renowned for its cultural amenities, which range from football to opera. There are museums devoted to everything from art to transport to religion, plus Glasgow is home to some of the premier names in the entertainment industry, including Billy Connolly, Gerard Butler and most of AC/DC. Glasgow's West End takes on a bohemian air, as a district of cafés, tea rooms, boutiques, bars and restaurants, as well as the University of Glasgow and the Botanic Gardens. The East End of Glasgow contains the famous Barrowland market, the Barrowland Ballroom and Glasgow Green, which is home to the People's Palace Museum. The City also has a justified reputation for exciting nightlife.
Loch Lomond – For those wanting to see an area of outstanding natural beauty, Loch Lomond, on the Highland Boundary Fault, is hard to beat. About 15 miles north of Glasgow, The Loch, mainland Britain's largest inland water by area, stretches 24 miles long and between five miles and a half mile wide. It's part of the Trossachs National Park and offers premier water sports as well as the stunning scenery.