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Last Updated: Monday, 2 July 2007, 06:13 GMT 07:13 UK
Tight security as airport reopens
Passengers at Glasgow Airport
Major disruption was caused by the attack at Glasgow Airport
Glasgow Airport is fully operational after disruption caused by Saturday's terror attack.

Airport operators BAA said there were still some flight cancellations and passengers were advised to check with their airline before setting out.

The main terminal and the car parks have re-opened although the airport forecourt remains closed.

At Edinburgh and Aberdeen airports, the forecourts remained closed to private vehicles.

People travelling to Edinburgh Airport are strongly advised to allow extra time for their journey to the airport and wherever possible to travel by public transport.

All scheduled flights are due to operate although a number are subject to delay.

Aberdeen Airport warn that restrictions were in place for pick-up and drop-off traffic.

Friends and relatives are advised not to travel to the airports unless absolutely necessary.

BAA said Glasgow Airport was very busy and advised people to allow plenty of time to get there.

Airport spokesman Donald Morrison said: "The airport is fully operational and the vast majority of flights appear to be running to schedule.

"We would advise anyone concerned about the status of their flight to check with their airline before leaving for the airport.

"However, the airport is back in business and it seems that the schedule is back to normal."

Glasgow Airport is due to handle 35,000 departing and arriving passengers.


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