Glasgow International Airport is celebrating an award-winning 50th anniversary year as 2016 draws to a close.

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Glasgow International Airport is celebrating an award-winning 50th anniversary year as 2016 draws to a close.

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Last month the airport scooped three accolades at the prestigious Glasgow Business Awards.

It was named the Royal Bank of Scotland Most Outstanding Business and Best Performing Business with 51 employees and over, as well as earning the top spot for Excellence in Customer Service.

This year, the airport has invested £25 million into enhancing the customer experience for its unprecedented surge in passengers, through a series of major upgrades and projects.

2016 marked the 50th anniversary of Glasgow Airport. The airport now operates services to more than 100 destinations worldwide, catering for 9 million passengers a year.

Judges applauded the airport for its ongoing investment, commitment to customer service excellence and continual focus on developing new routes.

This summer, Glasgow was awarded the sought after, Airport Council International Europe (ACI Europe), Best Airport Award.

A week earlier, the airport was crowned Scottish Airport of the Year, at the Scottish Transport Awards.

Glasgow is the current holder of the UK Airport of the Year title, as well as the Airport Operators Association (AOA), Airport of the Year – an esteemed industry accolade.

This year, the airport has invested £25 million into enhancing the customer experience for its unprecedented surge in passengers, through a series of major upgrades and projects.

2016 marked the 50th anniversary of Glasgow Airport. The airport now operates services to more than 100 destinations worldwide, catering for 9 million passengers a year.

Source: www.parkfirst.com

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