Cheap Flights to Glasgow
Scotland’s largest city has much to offer the international traveller. Once known as the second city of the empire, Glasgow’s strong industrial heritage has been superseded by a thriving, cosmopolitan metropolis and is ideally located for exploring the West Coast of the country, including the stunning Loch Lomond.
The best way to get from Glasgow Airport to the centre of town is the shuttle bus, which takes just over half an hour and runs every 10 minutes. If you are planning to hire a car, all of the major car rental companies have bases next to the airport so when you arrive just collect your vehicle and let the holiday begin!
It will take you at least a day to get to Glasgow and Student Flights has all the best flight deals in the market. The trip usually involves 2 connections, but a few airlines can do it with just one, such as Qantas and Emirates. An Emirates flight takes 16 hours from Melbourne with a couple of hours in Dubai to stretch your legs and then it’s just 8 hours to your destination. Your layover can be as long or short as you want it, fly with KLM and you can grab 24 hours in Amsterdam enroute.
Major airlines that fly to Glasgow:
- British Airways
- Etihad Airways
- Malaysia Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- United Airlines
Glasgow Holiday Packages
Our friendly travel team are on hand to make your holiday stress free and memorable. From booking accommodation to arranging tours and recommending the best haunts, we are here to help. If this is your first trip to the city, we can help tailor an itinerary to suit your tastes, just let us know what floats your boat in Glasgow.
Glasgow has seen a phenomenal amount of regeneration in the past couple of years in the run up to the Commonwealth Games, which the city hosted in 2014. The River Clyde now boasts the bubble-shaped Hydro concert venue that plays hosts to international stars and the new Riverside Transport Museum designed by renowened architect Zaha Hadid. If you are looking for style, make your way to Merchant City, home to some of Scotland’s best restaurants and most fashionable shops. Be prepared to run up that credit card! Away from the hustle and bustle, the city has many parks and an impressive Botanic Gardens. But one of the best things about Glasgow has to be the people - don’t be scared of the accent, they will take you under their wing and make your trip one truly to remember!
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