Passenger numbers flying through Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen airports rose to a record 20.3 million last year, statistics show.
Air passenger numbers in Scotland climbed to a record high
Operator BAA Scotland said all three airports witnessed an increase, with Aberdeen showing the biggest rise of 9.5% to 2.95 million people.
Twenty seven new services were introduced including flights to Pakistan, Egypt and Switzerland.
BAA Scotland's Stephen Baxter said demand was at an "all-time high".
Glasgow remained Scotland's busiest airport, ending the year with 8.8 million passengers, equivalent to a rise of 2.4%.
Edinburgh Airport handled 8.5 million passengers, up 5.6% on the previous year.
International traffic rose by 8.7% on the previous 12 months.
Palma was Glasgow's busiest international destination, with Dubai the most popular long-haul spot.
Domestic traffic from the three airports grew by 2.2%.
BAA Scotland said the figures marked a renewed commitment to "connect Scotland to the rest of the world".
Mr Baxter said: "This has been a year of rising passenger numbers, matched by rising investment in our airports.
"With passenger demand at an all-time high, and set to grow further, BAA Scotland is working hard to deliver a world-class transport infrastructure."
The company said it invested more than £46m upgrading its three airports, including £11m on Edinburgh's new Air Traffic Control tower and £10m on a major expansion of Glasgow's international pier.