Following the completion of a £2 million project to install security bollards, Glasgow Airport has reopened the forecourt that had been closed since the terrorist attacks of June 2007.
Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said: "The reopening of the inner forecourt, following our £2 million security investment, is a return to normal for Glasgow Airport. It will deliver better customer service and provide more transport choice for passengers.
"It is vital that we continue to reduce congestion and promote public transport as a way of reducing our surface transport emissions and improving air quality."
The new developments have the aim to increase the use of public transport to the airport to a figure of 15%. The forthcoming Glasgow Airport rail link - which is set to come into operation in 2013 - is considered to be the major factor in the increase.
Before the use of public transport to the terminal is greatly improved through the rail link, travellers from Glasgow Airport may prefer to choose airport parking at the popular Airparks site.
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