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Flights from Adelaide (ADL) to Glasgow (GLA)

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Visiting from Adelaide to Glasgow

Glasgow travel Information

Glasgow is Scotland’s second biggest city and a thriving metropolis filled with parks, stately architecture and activities. You’ll find plenty to fill your days on a visit to Glasgow, and the culture of the city is evident in its multitude of museums, galleries and arts precincts. Visit the Kelvingrove Museum or Hunterian Gallery or follow the City Centre Mural Trail. With over 90 parks and gardens, a walk among greenery is also a must before indulging in the buzzing city nightlife, with pubs, restaurants and bars catering for every palette and budget, and live music filling the city streets from small gigs to world famous acts in concert. Visit the impressive cathedral district, hit the shops or take a trip to the countryside region of Loch Lomond by the beach where you’ll find kayaking on the loch, strolls through the quaint Lull village or walking in Ben Lomond National Park.

When to visit

Best time to visit Glasgow

The best time to visit Glasgow is in the warmer spring and summer months between March and August, when high temperatures often sit pleasantly around 20°C and daylight is longer for outdoor activities. Winters in Glasgow are cold and temperature highs drop to around 6 - 9°C on average, with sub-zero nights to be expected and snowfall also common. Even if you do visit in winter you’ll find plenty to do, with several world-class cultural events held year-round including the West End Festival and the World Bagpipe Championships in summer and the Glasgow Comedy Festival in March. Regardless of the season you visit, it’s best to be prepared with a raincoat and umbrella, as rain in this part of Scotland is frequent year-round.

Arrival information

What is the main airport called?

Glasgow Airport (GLA). Also referred to as Glasgow International Airport or GLA and formerly called Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow Airport is one of two airports in Glasgow and is located in Paisley, Renfrewshire, approximately 15.9km (8.6 miles) from Glasgow city centre.

Arriving in Glasgow

The helpful staff at Glasgow Airport will be waiting to greet you when you land and assist you with your needs. Once you collect your bags from the arrivals area, there are various transport options available to get you on your way.

Getting into Glasgow from Glasgow Airport

Getting to and from the GLA Glasgow Airport is easy with all the different transport options that are available. Ranging from app-based ride services to public transport you will find a mode of travel to meet your needs. The Glasgow City Express service 500 is the official bus service linking the city centre to the airport in only 15 minutes. Catch it from stance 1 at the airport, or stance 46 from Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow City, with further convenient stops available in either direction. The Glasgow City Express also connects you to the Paisley Gilmour Street Train Station, which is the closest train station to the airport and connects to services throughout Glasgow and Scotland. Taxis or app-based ride services are an easy option, with a taxi rank available directly outside the terminal building, and several hire car companies available beside Terminal 2 or just outside the main terminal close to the domestic arrivals.

Getting around Glasgow

Glasgow is a compact city, so there are several walking, cycling and public transport options for getting around on your trip regardless of weather, plans and fitness levels. If the weather is pleasant, the best way to explore the city centre is on foot, giving you the opportunity to take your time and soak up the architecture and culture of your surrounds. OVO bikesOpens external site are a great option, with the rental bike service offering several pick-up and parking points and an impressive cycle network criss-crossing the best sites of the city. If you’d like to use public transport, the subwayOpens external site is the most convenient method to reach much of the city centre, Southside and West End of Glasgow. Circuit services depart every 15 minutes and take just 24 minutes to stop at all 15 major stations. Taxis and app-based ride services are also available wherever you travel in the city.

Departure information

Fly from Adelaide

Once you’ve purchased your tickets from Adelaide, there are a few things you should know so you’re prepared for your upcoming trip. 

What is the main airport called?

Adelaide AirportLocated 7km (3.7 miles) from the city on Andy Thomas Circuit, Adelaide Airport (ADL)Opens external site in a new window is Australia's fifth busiest airport. Both domestic (QF400 and above) and international (QF1-QF399) services operate from the same terminal. 

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Passengers on Qantas flights from Adelaide are allocated checked baggage. If you require extra luggage, you can purchase an additional baggage allowance online before departure. 

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Can I cancel my flight booking due to COVID-19?

If your flights were booked through a travel agency or third-party website, please contact them directly to discuss your options.

If your plans have changed or you no longer wish to travel, visit Manage Booking to change your travel dates or cancel your flight and request a flight credit to use towards a future flight. Please visit our Booking changes and other options page for more information.

If we’ve cancelled your Qantas flight, including your Classic Flight Reward booking, wait to hear from us before changing your booking. We’ll be contacting anyone whose flight has been impacted as soon as possible.

Important information

 This offer applies to Qantas operated flights for the following dates: Australian Domestic: booked between 21 May 2020 and 28 February 2022, for travel between 12 June 2020 and 28 February 2022. Trans-Tasman: booked between 15 October 2020 and 28 February 2022, for travel between 16 October 2020 and 28 February 2022. International: booked between 25 February 2021 and 28 February 2022, for travel between 1 November 2021 and 31 December 2022. If you decide to change the date of your travel, we'll waive the change fee. You'll need to change your flight before your scheduled date of departure and select a new travel date within 12 months of your original booking date. When you're ready to rebook, you'll also need to cover any fare increase for your new flight, if applicable. For all changes, your applicable Fare Rules and the Qantas Conditions of Carriage apply.

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