Prime Minister David Cameron visited Edinburgh Airport this afternoon (22 January) as it announced a new £50m airside investment programme.
Edinburgh Airport has topped off another record-breaking year with over 10 million passengers travelling through its terminal in 2014.
Edinburgh Airport is predicting tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd December, as the day it will hit the 10 million passenger mark – the first time a Scottish airport has achieved this major milestone.
Over 130,000 people are expected to travel through Scotland’s busiest airport next week.
Edinburgh Airport saw a 3.1% increase in passenger traffic in November with over 700,000 people travelling through the terminal last month.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced that it will launch a new service between Edinburgh and Copenhagen in March 2015.
American Airlines will start a new daily service between Edinburgh and New York’s JFK airport for the summer season next year.
Following the success of their five weekly service which launched earlier this year, Qatar Airways will increase to daily between Edinburgh and Doha from 1st May 2015.
A brand new store at Edinburgh Airport looks set to offer passengers an answer to all their luggage needs.
Over six million people travelled through Edinburgh Airport in the six months between May and the end of October.