|Runway||Length (feet)||Width (feet)||Surface Type|
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Ioannis Kapodistrias International||CFU||Ryanair|
|Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International||CIA||Ryanair|
|City of Derry||LDY||Ryanair|
|Palma De Mallorca||PMI||Ryanair|
|Reus Air Base||REU||Ryanair|
Glasgow Prestwick Airport Destinations Map
Gallery and Facts
Glasgow Prestwick Airport is owned by Infratil Ltd., the owners of the Wellington(link), Manston(link) and Whenuapai Airports(link). Although the story tells that the airport first started operating in 1934, historians have since discovered that there were aircraft on or near the site in around 1913, 10 years after the Wright Brothers first took to the air. The airport, which is Glasgow’s second airport, became the transatlantic gateway between the 1960’s and the 1980’s. The airport currently handles an average of 1 million passengers every year.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport is the only Scottish railway connected airport and passengers arriving by “AirTrain” get 50% discount off their train journey. If business or leisure travellers prefer to get into airport using their own car, the parking facilities offered at Prestwick will meet any budget – visit Airport Parking Shop to get the best parking deal.
You may also find the Prestwick Airport Guide helpful, you can use the guide to find nearby accommodation or if you’re looking for a way to or from the airport, look at the practicalities of using a Prestwick Airport taxi service.