As Edinburgh Airport gears up for the festive season it has passed the 10 million passenger traffic milestone for 2014 - just before the seasonal rush.
Scotland’s largest airports have called on the UK government to “act swiftly” on recommendations made by the Smith Commission and devolve air passenger duty (APD) as soon as possible.
A new store opened at Edinburgh Airport gives passengers a one-stop-shop for all their luggage needs.
The negative impact of UK air passenger duty (APD) and whether Gatwick or Heathrow should be expanded were the central issues debated at yesterday’s Airport Operators Association (AOA) annual conference.
Scotland’s largest airports have today made a joint submission to the Smith Commission, calling for Air Passenger Duty (APD) to be devolved to the Scottish Parliament.
Scotland’s two principle gateways continue to grow passenger traffic as more travellers pass through their terminals than ever before.
Edinburgh Airport is acting as guinea pig to trial the Google Glass to provide customer service to passengers and become the third European gateway in 2014 to test out the innovative technology.