Glasgow Airport has said that it will not be charging passengers to use its new purpose-built drop-off facilities.
Earlier this week, the Scotsman reported that the Scottish travel hub could charge passengers £1 to use the facilities.
A spokesperson for Glasgow Airport has denied the suggestions, stating that no one from the newspaper asked anyone from the airport before printing the story.
"There are no plans to introduce that for any vehicles that are dropping off," he added.
A new purpose-built drop-off facility has recently been opened a short walk from the terminal and the airport has also created a passenger information hub, which provides live flight information.
The changes are part of a £2 million project to improve facilities for those travelling to Glasgow Airport by road, which will also see improvements to access from the M8 and efforts to curb carbon emissions.
"For us, it is about trying to provide a much better product for people arriving at the airport because we have had a very temporary system in place for the last couple of years," the spokesperson said.