Glasgow Airport today announced it will be re-opening its outer forecourt to public transport vehicles as it looks to resume "normal service" after last weekend’s attack.
These include licensed airport taxis, flight-path shuttle buses, vehicles operated by Glasgow Taxis and emergency vehicles only, with all vehicles being subject to security checks.
Private vehicles are still being asked to use St Andrew’s Drive to drop off passengers which is a short walk from the main terminal.
Those passengers with reduced mobility who are travelling to Glasgow Airport can benefit from the area in car park two, which has been designated for their use.
Drivers parking in the blue badge spaces should proceed to customer services where they can get a ticket validated which will give them 30 minutes free access to the car park.
Gordon Dewar, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said: "We are delighted to be able to re-open the airport’s outer forecourt to public transport vehicles."
He added: "With flights operating normally, and the outer forecourt now in operation, our next challenge will be to repair the damage to the terminal entrance and we are confident that we can do so within days."