Glasgow Airport has today published the first design images of its new executive lounge, which will create 25 jobs and involves a £1.6 million investment.

The Lomond Lounge, based airside in the departures area and due to open its doors to outbound passengers later this summer from 5am and 9pm daily, will be the fourth lounge at the airport.

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Emirates and British Airways have both had their own lounge facilities at Glasgow Airport.

And the airport has operated its own UpperDeck lounge for several years.

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Glasgow Airport managing director Mark Johnston said: “We’re very excited about the introduction of the Lomond Lounge later this summer.”

He added: ““While the UpperDeck continues to be extremely popular with our business and leisure passengers, demand for lounge access continues to rise as more and more people look to start their travels in style.”

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