1st March 2016
Brian Pendrich occupied a senior position with the National Grid before retirement, and then he started to hunt for a safe investment that provides the opportunity of obtaining high returns not only for himself but also for his wife (Muriel). In this way, they could both enjoy their retirement without any worries.
16th February 2016
13.5% increase in monthly passenger numbers Glasgow Airport is celebrating a record start to its 50th anniversary year after welcoming 551,177 passengers through its doors in January, representing an annual increase of 13.5% and making it the airport’s busiest January on record. International traffic grew by 17.6% due to strong demand for some of the airport’s new services to European cities such as Milan and Bucharest – both of which launched in December 2015. Emirates, which offers a double daily service to Dubai, and Aer Lingus, which this year added capacity to Dublin, also reported particularly strong demand.
4th February 2016
Park First is en route to becoming one of the most important UK providers of long-stay airport car parking by the end of this year thanks to a formula based in “adding value through operational improvements”. In March, this company will celebrate its sixth birthday and there is no better way than achieving great results: Park First is currently managing car parking worth more than £190M and its plans are focused on increasing its portfolio of top sites near the most crowed airports in the United Kingdom.
15th January 2016
2015 has been the best year for Glasgow Airport in its history regarding the number of passengers that have passed its gates. During the last 12 months, more than 8.7 million people have travelled through the airport, which means an annual increase of 13% compared to the previous period (over one million additional passengers). The most exciting detail about the month-on-month passenger increase throughout last year is that the statistics confirmed all predictions that 2015 was going to hit record levels. In addition, Glasgow Airport has achieved to register its fifth year of growth in succession, so that passenger levels have returned to those of pre-recession. A fact that has surely helped to achieve this new […]
22nd December 2015
Glasgow Airport is on the brink of registering its busiest year since 2008 after 618,583 people travelled through it last month, which has meant an annual growth of 7.7%. International traffic increased by 12.2% and a factor that has helped this growth has been the new flights to eastern European cities (such as the flights to Budapest, Vilnius or Lublin).
10th December 2015
On the 2nd December, easyJet–one of the most important airlines in Europe–announced that a new route between Glasgow and Milan Malpensa is going to be launched next year.