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Glasgow is served by two international airports: Glasgow International Airport (GLA), 13 kilometres west of the city, and Glasgow Prestwick International Airport (PIK) in Prestwick, 46 kilometres south-west on the Ayrshire coast.
The easiest way to get from Glasgow Airport to the city centre is by bus. All public buses depart from the front of the main terminal building. There are services every 10 minutes to Buchanan Street Bus Station operated by Citylink and Fairline.
Prestwick Airport is the only one in Scotland served by its own railway station, accessible via a covered elevated walkway. Trains operate every half hour (hourly on Sundays) to/from Glasgow Central Station between the hours of 06:00 and 23:08. The journey takes roughly 45 minutes. All air passengers receive half price rail travel. To qualify for the discount passengers have to show their official flight confirmation and photo id to the train conductor when buying their ticket.
The city also has many bus services, almost all provided by private operators such as First Group, Stagecoach and Arriva, though SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) provides buses on routes where there is public need but no private service. The best way to find out about bus routes and times is to go to the St Enoch Travel Centre in St Enoch Square.