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Topic: Low-cost Airlines At GLA...do They Use Airbridges?
Username: 8herveg
Posted 2006-11-15 15:15:15 and read 4170 times.

I was wondering if airlines such as easyJet, flyGlobespan etc use airbridges at Glasgow Airport? Or do the passengers have to walk on the tarmac to enter the terminal building?

What about at Edinburgh?

Topic: RE: Low-cost Airlines At GLA...do They Use Airbridges?
Username: Lapper
Posted 2006-11-15 18:12:15 and read 4117 times.

easyJet at GLA - they use the area at Gates 4 for their UK operations, this requires a short walk across the tarmac to the aircraft steps. Air Berlin use gates on the domestic pier. bmiBaby and Aer Lingus use the area on gates 1-4, not sure if they use airbridges or not. Globespan or EDI I'm not sure about.

Topic: RE: Low-cost Airlines At GLA...do They Use Airbridges?
Username: BMED
Posted 2006-11-15 18:47:58 and read 4098 times.

At EDI when I have flown out a number of times bmibaby and EZY haven't used airbridges and flybe don't with their BAe's so I guess they don't with the ERJ. Globespan use airbridges at EDI too.


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