Glasgow International Airport Buses

Glasgow International Airport

There is a good bus service from the airport (the front of the terminal building), including the City Centre and both Railway Stations (Central and Queen Street) and the bus station.

All bus stops at Glasgow Airport are on the terminal forecourt.

Bus Stop 1: 500 Glasgow Flyer express service to Glasgow City Centre

Bus Stop 6: 300 (Clydebank and Paisley Gilmour Street rail station)

Bus Stop 7: 66 Local Service for Paisley Gilmour Street rail station & 600 East Kilbride (via Silver burn)

Bus Stop 8: 747 Patrick & 757 Glasgow City Centre

Bus Stop 9: 915 Skye

Glasgow International Airport Flyer 500 Bus to City Centre

Glasgow international buses the service 500 Glasgow Flyer Airport Express provides a high-frequency bus service to and from Glasgow City Centre and Buchanan bus station (stand 46).

Services run up to every ten minutes and the journey time is just 15 minutes to Glasgow Central rail station or 25 minutes to the bus station.

Therefore, if you are in a hurry you don’t have to wait a long time for the next bus to arrive because they are going quite frequently. Of course, if you are in a rush and you cannot wait for the next one there are some other ways of transportation such as taxi. However, you will save much more money going with the bus. We made a short pricing list where you can see how much a ticket in the bus is.

The Glasgow Flyer calls at: All major city hotels – Glasgow Central rail station (for connections to the rest of Scotland and the UK) – Strathclyde University – Queen Street railway station

Fares: Adult Single: £4.20/ Return: £6.20 / Open Return: £6.50 / 10 Journey Ticket: £28.00

Glasgow Flyer website

Glasgow International Airport Service 747 (AirLink city Service)

the 747 AirLink service operates between Glasgow Airport and the city centre via Renfrew, Braehead, Patrick, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Charing Cross.

Buses run up to every 20 minutes and the journey time to Buchanan bus station is around 50 minutes. These busses are coming in just as frequently as the regular bus service, but they offer higher luxury level while traveling.  Of course, if you are looking for something more luxurious, the only option would be to rent a car, but that will cost you a lot more money. For some people, going with a  bus is a very cheap and smart option.

Fares: Adult Single: £4.00 / Return: £5.00

First Greater Glasgow website

Glasgow International Airport Service 66 (local and Paisley Gilmour Street)

Service 60 no longer serves Glasgow Airport and the service 66 has extended its route to the airport. This high-frequency bus service in the Glasgow Airport and Love Street area is now served by low-floor vehicles.

Glasgow International Airport Coach Services

Coaches to destinations around Scotland and the UK, run by operators including National Express and Scottish City Link, call at Buchanan Bus Station in central Glasgow. To get there from the airport, use bus services 500 or 747 (as above)