Glasgow International Airport Chapel
Address: Glasgow Airport, Paisley, PA3 2SW
Local Authority: Renfrewshire
The first terminal building of Glasgow Airport was designed by Sir Basil Spence and opened in 1966. This building still forms the core of the present terminal, despite many extensions from 1989 onwards. The airport prayer room is in the international arrivals area on the ground floor. It provides a quiet, restful place for passengers of all faiths and denominations. The prayer room is open continuously for the benefit of all who wish to exercise the disciplines of a religion or who wish merely to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
Services are announced 30 minutes in advance by public address
Open at all times
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