Pascall+Watson have been appointed by Glasgow Airport to provide architectural and airport planning services for the airport’s Development Strategy and Masterplan.
The study will include a detailed terminal and landside development programme, indicative five and ten year capital plan, long term strategic vision and associated simulation modelling services.
The primary objective is to enable a projected capacity of around 17 million passengers per year by 2040.
Hendrik Orsinger, Pascall+Watson’s Head of Airport Planning, commented:
“We are delighted to be assisting Glasgow Airport in developing a bold new long-term vision for the airport’s future”
Ross Nimmo, Head of Planning and Development at Glasgow Airport said:
“Glasgow has won a clutch of industry awards at a time when we are one of the fastest growing airports in Europe. We are striving to improve the passenger journey as the airport grows, and we look forward to collaborating with Pascall+Watson to create a development vision that helps us achieve this”
Glasgow Airport is Scotland’s principal long-haul gateway, serving almost 10 million passengers per year to over 130 destinations.