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Glasgow is very well connected with Europe and the rest of the World, and is served by many major airlines as well as low-cost European operators.

Travelling by Air

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Glasgow has two international airports: Glasgow International Airport is the main airport and lies about 15km west of the city centre, regular taxis/buses are available to Glasgow city center; Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is used mainly by low-cost airlines and lies about 50km south-west of the city centre, and is accessible by rail.

Travelling by Rail

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Glasgow Central Station is a key hub in the UK rail network and provides convenient connection from London and other major UK cities. Glasgow Queen Street Station is the second main line station situated in the city centre, providing excellent links to the rest of Scotland.

For information on rail travel within the UK contact the 24 hour National Rail Enquiries Line on 08457 48 49 50.

For more information on individual rail operators or to book tickets on-line, please visit any of the following sites: