Glasgow Airport is owned by AGS Airports Limited
AGS Airports is a partnership between Ferrovial and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) established in 2014 to invest in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports. Amanda McMillan, Managing Director of Glasgow Airport, has been appointed as the CEO for AGS as a group.
Macquarie and Ferrovial have a long and successful history of partnering with each other across a number of infrastructure projects, with partnerships in airports including Bristol and Sydney.
Both partners have developed extensive knowledge of aviation and have excellent contacts globally.
Macquarie is one of the world’s leading airport owners, with stakes in five airports held today [Brussels, Copenhagen, Delhi, Hobart and Hyderabad] and a long history of investing and managing airports.
Ferrovial has been associated with the aviation industry since 1998 and in that time has invested in 32 airports across the UK, Italy, Australia, Chile and Mexico, among other countries.
With some 30 airlines serving over 120 destinations worldwide, including Canada, the US, the Caribbean, Europe and the Gulf, Glasgow is Scotland’s principal long-haul airport as well as Scotland’s largest charter hub.
Carrying over nine million passengers per year, Glasgow Airport serves more Scottish destinations than any other airport and is a key component of Scotland’s transport infrastructure.
• Operating hours: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
• Opened: 1966
• Runways: One main (2658m long)
• Terminals: Two – our main terminal plus our smaller T2 facility
• Airlines: 30
• Destinations: 120
• Air transport movements per year: 86,000
• Passengers per year: 9.4 million
• Air cargo per year: 13,033 tonnes
• Status: Scotland’s principal long-haul airport