Can you get a train from Edinburgh to Glasgow Airport?

Can you get a train from Edinburgh to Glasgow Airport?

No, there is no direct train from Edinburgh to Glasgow Airport (GLA). However, there are services departing from Edinburgh and arriving at Paisley St James via Glasgow Central. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 2h 10m.

How do I get from Glasgow to Edinburgh Airport?

Your best bet is to catch the first train from Edinburgh Waverley to Glasgow Queen St which takes 47 mins then from there take the the No. 500 Airport express bus from outside the station on Nth Hanover St, at that time of morning it should take no more than 15-20 mins and costs £6.

Is there a direct bus from Glasgow Airport to Edinburgh Airport?

No, there is no direct bus from Glasgow Airport (GLA) to Edinburgh Airport (EDI). However, there are services departing from Glasgow Airport, Terminal Building and arriving at Edinburgh Airport, Airport via Buchanan Bus Station.

Does Glasgow Airport have a train station?

Train. If you’re catching the train to Glasgow Airport, the nearest station is Paisley Gilmour Street “ just over one mile from the terminal. From here, you can take the McGill’s 757 bus service.

What is the closest train station to Glasgow Airport?

Paisley Gilmour Street

How far is Glasgow train station to airport?

The journey from Glasgow Airport to Glasgow Central Station is around 45 minutes, with train fares from £3.50. Paisley Gilmour Street is the nearest train station to Glasgow Airport, and is situated 2 miles away. You can get there by catching the McGill’s 757 bus, or by getting a taxi.

Where does the Glasgow airport bus stop?

The stops from the airport to Buchanan Bus Station include: Bothwell Street at Hope Street (near Central Station) George Square at Queen Street Station. North Hanover Street. Buchanan Bus Station.

Can I use my Scottish bus pass on trains?

Only holders of National (Scotland) Entitlement Cards are entitled to concessionary rail travel in Scotland.

Do pensioners get free bus travel in Scotland?

If you are over 60 or have a disability, you could be eligible for free bus travel to get around Scotland and your local area. You can access this via the National Entitlement Card, your pass to free bus travel in Scotland.

Who gets free bus travel in Scotland?

Bus and long-distance coach travel in Scotland. You are eligible for a free bus pass if you’re aged 60 or over. You might also be eligible if you’re under 60 and have a disability. The pass is called a National Entitlement Card.