To search and book flights to Glasgow in 2013 and 2014, please enter your requirements and click the search button above.
The Glasgow music festival attracts thousands of visitors every year to this historic city, the second largest in Scotland. It is the oldest and most prestigious of the many festivals hosted by the city each year. This annual event, which opens on the first weekend in March and lasts for two full weeks, is celebrating its first centenary this year.
The schedule of events includes those for group and solo performances in the areas of music, dance, speech, and drama. Many of the events are professionally adjudicated, making the festival a valuable destination for those intending to make a career in the performing arts., Although the Festival includes many different styles of performing arts, it focuses mainly on the more traditional events such as: Scottish country dancing, traditional accordion playing and readings of the poems of Scotland’s iconic poet Robert Burns. Attendees who stay for the whole Festival get to enjoy the awards ceremony and the prestigious Last Night of the Festival concert.
Those who make the Festival their destination can find many flight options available through Glasgow’s Prestwick facility. Prestwick is Scotland’s largest commercial airfield and is soon to be doubled in size and made ready to receive the Airbus A380, the largest passenger airliner in the world. In addition, the present arrivals and departures building are to be replaced by a state of the art two storey facility, as a result of a multimillion investment deal with its operating partners.