On June 8th improvements will begin aimed at ehancing the experience for those travelling to Glasgow Airport by car.
The first change will be the relocation of the pick-up and drop-off facility from its temporary location to a new purpose built structure a short walk from the terminal.
Live flight details will be available on screens at the new point and new walkways will be built for those travelling on foot.
Glasgow Airport’s planning and transport manager Ross Nimmo said: "It is entirely fair and sensible that motorists waiting for arriving passengers do so in a car park. This way we can manage congestion and minimise the potential disruption to departing passengers."
Steps will also be taken to improve access from the M8 and to curb carbon emissions.
Mr Nimmo added that the airport has been working on making public transport links more appealing to passengers.
Further changes taking place at Glasgow Airport include Aer Arann and Aer Lingus announcing the creation of a new service from Glasgow Airport to Shannon in Ireland earlier this week.