Derek Provan

Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports which owns Aberdeen International, Glasgow and Southampton airports, has today (Tuesday 12 July) announced he will step down from his position next year.

Mr Provan, who joined AGS in April 2018, has taken the decision to step away from his executive role to pursue non-executive opportunities after 25 years in the aviation industry. He has agreed to remain in post until 31 March 2023 and will assist the AGS Board with the transition as it starts the process of appointing a successor.

Derek Provan

Heathrow, Derek Provan, Chief Operating Officer, Heathrow Airport Limited, Nov 2017.

During his time at AGS, Mr Provan helped establish AGS as one of the UK’s largest regional airport groups and, latterly, successfully steered it through the worst downturn in aviation history.

Mr Provan joined AGS from Heathrow where he held the position of Chief Operating Officer. Prior to that he spent three years as Managing Director of Aberdeen International Airport. Derek started his aviation career in 1998 at Glasgow Airport where he went on to hold a series of senior leadership roles.

Derek Provan said: “I have worked in aviation for almost 25 years and feel the time is now right to step away to pursue other challenges. I am very proud to have had the opportunity to lead AGS and to return to the airport where I first started my career in aviation.

“Our airports are more than important pieces of infrastructure and throughout my time at AGS, I’ve always been very conscious of the important role they play in driving prosperity for the communities we serve. We have built a highly capable team at AGS and my focus over the coming nine months will be to support them in restoring the vital connectivity that will allow our regions to thrive.

“Despite the undoubted challenges of the past two years, AGS is in a very strong position with committed shareholders and I know the group will enjoy continued success.”

Lena Wilson, chair of AGS, added: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Derek for his leadership and unwavering commitment to AGS. Not only has he navigated AGS through the recent downturn which brought much of our industry to a standstill, he has fostered extremely positive relationships with local and national government, and perhaps more importantly, with all our employees.  Derek is one of the most talented leaders I have had the privilege to work with and we wish him well in his next exciting chapter.  We are grateful he has agreed to remain in post as we work to appoint a successor.”

New easyJet flights from Glasgow Airport to Pula took off yesterday afternoon for the first time to be followed by flights to Chania in Crete later this week

Flights to Pula in Croatia and Chania on the Greek Island of Crete take off from Glasgow, providing customers in Scotland with the opportunity to explore more of Europe this summer.

The inaugural flight on the new summer route from Glasgow to Pula took off for the first time yesterday afternoon, 27 June, with the new service now operating up to twice a week on Mondays and Fridays throughout the summer. Flights to Chania are also set to take off for the first time tomorrow, 29 June, operating twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays until 4 September.

Pula is famous for its scenic coastlines and crystal clear blue waters, proving to be ideal getaways for travellers looking to unwind and recharge in the sun.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager, said:

“We are delighted to be launching new flights from Glasgow Airport to Pula and Chania. These routes further strengthen our network from Scotland and provide more connectivity for our customers wanting to explore or relax in some of Europe’s most scenic destinations.

 “We are proud to be the largest airline in Scotland and offer our customers great value fares and more choice when they fly with us.”

 Christopher Tibbett, Head of Airline Relations at Glasgow Airport, said“The launch of these new routes to Pula and Chania from Glasgow Airport are both welcome and timely as we enter the popular summer holiday season.

 “A large number of our passengers haven’t been overseas in nearly three years and are rightly keen to enjoy a well-deserved sunshine break. The addition of these easyJet services not only delivers two more fantastic destinations for Scottish travellers to explore, but also demonstrates that our industry is on the path to recovery.”

Artist impression of the road bridge being delivered through the Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside

Civil engineering specialists GRAHAM are advertising a range of services of interest to small businesses as part of a major infrastructure project in Renfrewshire.

GRAHAM secured the construction contract from Renfrewshire Council to deliver the Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside project.

Artist impression of the road bridge being delivered through the Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside

Construction includes building a two-lane opening road bridge across the River Clyde at Renfrew and a 750-metre development road connecting into the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) next to Glasgow Airport.

There’s also improved routes for walking and cycling linking to Yoker train station and the national cycling network.

The Glasgow City Region City Deal-funded project will create an attractive waterfront area and connect communities to work, health, education and leisure.

It is anticipated to attract up to £230million in waterfront developments, with the potential to bring more than 2,000 permanent and temporary jobs.

Artist impression of future development resultant from Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside

GRAHAM – who have a waterfront office at Braehead – have set up their site accommodation either side of the Clyde, providing a base for more than 120 people.

Now they are looking for a range of services and supplies as construction progresses.

All sub-contracts over £10,000 are being advertised on the Public Contracts Scotland website as part of the construction contract commitment.

And there are other services – including catering, vehicle valeting and window cleaning – required now.

Jim Armour, GRAHAM Contracts Manager, said: “Now the site accommodation is in place we’re looking for a range of services and supplies and I would encourage local businesses to visit our project website for more information.

“We’re delighted to be delivering this important construction project and are bringing fantastic supply chain opportunities to Renfrewshire and wider Glasgow City Region.”

Anyone interested can find out more at

  • Four services per week to operate to Canada’s most visited city –

Glasgow Airport welcomed a new service to Toronto – Canada’s most visited city.

The route, operated by airline partner WestJet, touched down on Saturday morning and will operate four times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, connecting Scottish leisure and business travellers to the capital city of the Ontario province.

Flight times are as follows:

Toronto to Glasgow

Departs 2140 local time – arrives 0910 in Glasgow

Glasgow to Toronto  

Departs Glasgow 1030 – arrives 1235 local time

Glasgow’s Operations Director Ronald Leitch said: “Toronto has always been a popular destination for our passengers, so we were thrilled to welcome WestJet’s new service to Glasgow Airport.

“Our recovery, and that of the wider aviation industry, is continuing at pace and we are keen to continue to re-connect with our North American cousins after what has been a long absence.

“As a gateway to Scotland, we are also keen to welcome once again the tens of thousands of Canadians who travel through Glasgow Airport each year to explore all our country has to offer.”

The Toronto route will not only deliver fantastic access to one of North America’s most visited destinations, but it will also provide further onward connectivity across Canada thanks to WestJet’s extensive network from the city’s Toronto Pearson Airport.

Earlier this month WestJet resumed its Halifax route at Glasgow Airport with three services operating per week.

Both routes will operate using WestJet’s latest generation Boeing 737 fleet, which delivers an enhanced guest experience, improved fuel efficiency and is 40% quieter than the previous aircraft.

Glasgow Airport is owned by AGS Airports Limited. AGS Airports is a partnership between Ferrovial and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) established in 2014 to invest in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports. 

Prior to the pandemic, Glasgow Airport was Scotland’s principal long-haul airport with 30 airlines serving more than 120 destinations worldwide, including Canada, the US, the Caribbean, Europe and the Gulf.

In addition to being Scotland’s largest charter hub, Glasgow Airport served more Scottish destinations than any other airport and is a key component of Scotland’s transport infrastructure. Pre-COVID-19, the airport supported over 30,000 jobs across Scotland and made the largest contribution of any airport to Scotland’s economy, generating £1.44 billion (GVA) annually.

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There’s a story issued by an agency late last night about charter flights carrying Rangers fans being cancelled.

This story is inaccurate and we weren’t contact by the agency for clarification.

Glasgow Airport

The flights referenced were cancelled slots, not flights. Airlines request slots.

The first one was for a flight going out at 10.30am that was delayed due to a technical issue with the aircraft. A replacement was flown in by the aircraft. On the screens, which are feed by info direct from airlines, the original slot was showing as cancelled as the aircraft went out at a later time (carrying all the passengers concerned).

The other was down to a slot being filed by an airline at both Glasgow and Prestwick. The airline flew from Prestwick and cancelled the slot yesterday. There was no “chaos” as reporter because all the passengers concerned were flying out from Prestwick. Not Glasgow.

Reporting of this story without confirmation from us has led to unhelpful confusion. This could easily have been rectified had the agency actually check with us.

4th May 2022: and Jet2holidays have waved off their first flight to Kos from Glasgow Airport this afternoon (4th May), celebrating the launch of the brand-new route for Summer 22 from the base.

The busy flight marks the start of the leading leisure airline and UK’s leading tour operator to many destinations across the Mediterranean, including Greece, operating weekly Wednesday services to the popular Greek island from Glasgow Airport this summer from 4th May to 26th October. The start of services to this popular sunshine destination comes in response to strong demand from local customers and independent travel agents for Summer 22 flights and holidays.


Part of the showstopping Dodecanese Islands, Kos has long been a favourite for sunshine holidays. Holidaymakers can choose from lively party towns, laid-back seaside resorts and traditional fishing villages – all of them boasting beautiful beaches and dishing up heavenly traditional cuisine. With its rich culture and history of the capital, Kos Town, Kos is an island where centuries-old relics neighbour vibrant bars and buzzy promenades meet.


The addition of Kos to and Jet2holidays’ Summer 22 programme from Glasgow Airport means the companies are operating to six Greek destinations from the base this summer – Kos, Corfu, Kefalonia, Crete (Heraklion) Rhodes and Zante.


In addition to Kos, the full breakdown of and Jet2holidays’ Summer 22 programme to Greece from East Midlands Airport is as follows:


  • Corfu – weekly Wednesday services operating until 18th October.
  • Kefalonia – weekly Wednesday services operating from 4th May to 12th October.
  • Crete (Heraklion) – up to three weekly services (Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) operating until 27th October.
  • Rhodes – up to two weekly services (Monday and Friday) operating until 28th October, increasing to up to three weekly services (Monday, Tuesday and Friday) from 20th June to 22nd July.
  • Zante – weekly Wednesday services operating until 19th October, increasing to up to two weekly services (Wednesday and Saturday) from 18th June to 16th July. and Jet2holidays have 30 sun and city destinations on sale from across the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and Europe for Summer 22 from Glasgow Airport. With 96 weekly flights available during peak times from Glasgow Airport for Summer 22, the leading leisure airline and package holiday specialist are offering local customers and independent travel agents with unrivalled choice and flexibility when it comes to booking or enjoying a much-needed getaway to their favourite summer destinations.


Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2holidays, said: “We are delighted to see our first flight take off to Kos from Glasgow Airport today. It is fantastic to be operating to this popular sunshine destination from Glasgow Airport, as we know that this new route will prove popular with customers and independent travel agents in the region. With 30 sun and city destinations on sale this summer from the base, we are pleased to be offering an unrivalled programme for Summer 22 and giving customers and independent travel agents huge choice when it comes to enjoying a holiday with our award-winning airline and tour operator.”


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Independent travel agents can visit:

AMIDS South bridge crossing visualisation

Residents and business owners are being encouraged to provide their feedback on a transport project between Paisley town centre and the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS).

AMIDS South bridge crossing visualisation

The AMIDS South project sets out proposals for a route along Abercorn Street and Harbour Road to Inchinnan Road, with a road bridge crossing the White Cart river.

It also includes a link road from Renfrew Road to the bridge crossing with cycling and walking provision along all routes extending into Gallowhill.

East-West link route visualisation

It’s being developed to better connect communities to work and job opportunities, studies and leisure, encourage walking and cycling and enable business opportunities and growth along the river.

Today (Tuesday 5 April 2022) an online survey opens to gather feedback on the proposals ahead of a planning application being submitted this summer.

The short survey takes five minutes to complete and is open until Tuesday 3 May 2022.

It is available to access on the Renfrewshire Council website at

Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund has awarded £7,400 to Ocean Youth Trust Scotland to ensure local young people can take part in life-changing sailing adventures this summer.

The Fund has supported Ocean Youth Trust Scotland for several years and made the extra funding available to ensure two local youth groups from Renfrewshire and Clydebank will benefit from these youth work voyages at sea.

Over the course of five days, the young people aged between 12 and 17 will take part in the Trust’s CashBack for Communities programme, a Scottish Government initiative aimed at supporting those deemed most likely to become involved in the criminal justice system. They will embark on a series of five-day voyages that will see them live and work on board one of two 72-foot sailing boats.

Most of the young people taking part will have no experience of sailing, but will learn together and work as a team to crew the boat as it sails around some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery.

20 young people from the following groups will take part in the voyages of a lifetime:

  • Y Sort It project in West Dunbartonshire, which supports young carers
  • Kibble in Renfrewshire, which supports children at risk

Archie Hunter, chair of Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund, said: “Ocean Youth Trust Scotland is a tremendous organisation and we are extremely proud to continue supporting the fantastic opportunities these educational and life-changing sailing adventures deliver to some of the most disadvantaged young people in our local communities.”

Ashley Mabon, Head of Fundraising at OYT Scotland, commented: “We are enormously grateful for the support from Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund, which has once again allowed us to support these deserving young people as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Our voyages at sea equip young people not only with practical skills, but with life skills that will put them on a path to more positive destinations.”

More than £90,000 is being made available by the FlightPath in 2022 and the Fund’s Committee is continuing to urge neighbouring groups and organisations to submit applications.


The FlightPath Fund’s Committee is keen to hear from and support sustainability-themed projects aimed at improving the environment in the communities local to the airport.

The FlightPath Fund’s committee, which includes elected representatives from each of the four local authority areas, meets on regularly throughout the year to consider all applications made and to allocate any agreed financial support.

The next meeting is on April 1 and applications must be submitted no later than three weeks prior to the meeting. To find out more about applying for funding support, visit:

For further information on the Ocean Youth Trust, visit:

Airport awarded Gold in national scheme helping businesses to use their resources more efficiently

Glasgow Airport has been awarded gold this winter for resource efficiency as part of a national campaign.

Backed by the Scottish Government, The Resource Efficiency Pledge helps businesses use energy, water and raw materials more efficiently and sustainably throughout their operations.

Since 2014, almost 200 organisations across Scotland have taken steps to save money and strengthen their businesses through the Pledge. Glasgow Airport has achieved the Bronze, Silver and Gold Pledge awards to date and is now working towards the Platinum Pledge this year.

Actions included in order for a business to achieve a Gold Pledge include the implementation of a Sustainable Procurement Policy, achieving carbon neutrality and Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 2. Airport-specific environmental training and monitoring and a plan to reduce food waste across the campus were also introduced.

Glasgow Airport

Kirsty Webster, Glasgow Airport’s sustainability manager, said: “Achieving the Gold Pledge for resource efficiency is another reflection of the efforts being made to improve efficiency and reduce waste not only by the team employed directly by Glasgow Airport, but also our colleagues across the hundred plus businesses that make up the wider campus.

“While improving how we manage our resources brings with it cost-efficiency benefits, delivering them across our operations plays an absolutely vital role in how we continue on our journey to achieving our wider sustainability targets.”

In June last year AGS Airports Ltd, which owns and operates Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, launched its Sustainability Strategy, which sets out how the Group will balance the undoubted social and economic benefits of aviation with its climate change responsibilities.

AGS airports achieved carbon neutrality status in 2020 and the group has now set a roadmap for its transition to net zero by the mid-2030s which will involve the decarbonisation of AGS’ infrastructure.

Glasgow Airport also recently announced plans to deliver further sustainable benefits including the building of a 30-acre solar farm that will generate the energy equivalent to powering 52,000 homes. The airport is also part of a consortium, which also includes the University of Strathclyde, that will introduce dual-purpose wind panels on its airfield to harness carbon-neutral energy and mitigate noise.  

Iain Gulland, Chief Executive of Zero Waste Scotland, said: “Every business has opportunities to cut greenhouse gas emissions, whether it’s from travel, your electricity and heating, or the products you buy. Going green also offers a chance to make savings and give your business an edge or a USP. This is particularly important when it comes to your consumption, which research shows is unsustainably high.

“We need a system wide change that enables us all to choose more sustainable ways to live, maximising the use of the things we buy and making sure we repurpose things at end of life. By taking steps to implement a sustainable procurement policy and reduce food waste, Glasgow Airport is demonstrating what’s possible in the climate change fight.”


30-acre solar farm to be operational by 2023

Glasgow Airport has announced plans for what will be the largest solar farm at a Scottish airport as part its ongoing commitment to decarbonising its infrastructure and achieving net zero by the mid-2030s.

The 30-acre onsite, ground mounted solar farm will give Glasgow Airport the capability to generate enough power for the airport campus and neighbouring businesses. This is equivalent to powering almost 20% of homes in the city of Glasgow (approximately 52,000 households).

The c.15MW solar farm is already in the early stages of development subject to planning and is expected to be operational by summer 2023 subject to planning approval. The plant is the latest in a number of initiatives the airport and its parent group, AGS Airports, is undertaking to support its journey to net zero. 

AGS, which also owns Aberdeen and Southampton airports, is in the final phase of a procurement process for Internet of Things (IoT) services to reduce its overall energy consumption by using digital technology, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Earlier this month, AGS announced it had formed the Scottish wind energy consortium with Katrick Technologies and the University of Strathclyde to enable a faster transition to clean power by exploiting low-level wind energy.

The airport group is working with net zero consultancy firm Ikigai which advises large infrastructure projects on delivering energy transition while adding value by co-developing energy solutions with the asset owners. All three AGS airports achieved carbon neutrality status in 2020 and as part of its sustainability strategy which it launched in June 2021, AGS set out a roadmap for its transition to net zero by the mid-2030s. 

Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports, said: “All of our electricity is already purchased from 100% renewable sources and has been since 2018, however, the creation of the solar farm at Glasgow Airport will allow us to become self-sustaining by generating enough clean energy for both the airport and our neighbours.

“As one of the UK’s leading regional airport groups that serves the Highlands and Islands there’s a real opportunity for AGS to become a testbed for hydrogen and electric flight and the solar farm gives us the ability to future proof for an increase in electricity demand. 

“There will be additional demand due to the electrification of operational vehicles, taxis, rental cars and we will also launch a green car scheme to support our staff to switch to electric vehicles. All of this will require electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

“We need to anticipate these changes and the steps we are taking today will ensure we can meet both the demands of the future and our net zero targets.”

Roberto Castiglioni, co-founder of Ikigai commented: “AGS have always understood the importance of a holistic approach to the decarbonisation challenge and the importance of starting with quick wins to generate traction with stakeholders. This solar project is just the beginning of a wider investment plan for Glasgow Airport that will encompass digitisation, energy efficiency and fuel decarbonisation to supply not only airport’s demand but also local community”. 

The efforts of AGS in working towards a more sustainable future for aviation have been recognised by the leading global sustainability organisation Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB). GRESB assesses the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance of real estate and infrastructure portfolios.

In 2021, AGS secured top three positions in the UK with Southampton ranked as the best performing UK airport. Aberdeen was ranked second with Glasgow third.

A new consortium has been formed to support the deployment of renewable technology that can produce carbon-neutral energy from previously unharnessed power. The Scottish wind energy consortium between Katrick Technologies, AGS Airports Limited (AGS) and the University of Strathclyde will enable a faster transition to clean power by exploiting low-level wind energy.

The newly-formed wind energy consortium will see the development and deployment of a new type of wind technology, created by Katrick Technologies and supported by AGS and the University of Strathclyde. This will involve the installation of Katrick Technologies’ dual-purpose wind panel and sound barrier, which can produce carbon-neutral energy from ground and low-level wind

AGS, encompassing Glasgow, Aberdeen International and Southampton airports, has long been committed to carbon reduction. In 2020, the group achieved carbon neutrality status and earlier this year it launched its Sustainability Strategy which set out its commitment to achieving net zero by the mid-2030s.

The University of Strathclyde boasts its own impressive green credentials. The University’s Sustainability team has developed a bold climate-neutral districts vision, which will see renewable technologies used across its central Scotland facilities. The team is already helping to deliver the University’s first carbon-neutral building.

Among the University of Strathclyde’s alumni is Katrick Technologies founder and Co-CEO, Karthik Velayutham. Velayutham is an accomplished renewable engineer who holds four patents for renewable technologies. He launched Katrick Technologies as a green energy start-up in 2016 and is supported by Co-CEO, Vijay Madlani, to bring these technologies to the market.

One of these technologies, which is core to the consortium, is Katrick Technologies’ dual-purpose wind panel and sound barrier, which can produce carbon-neutral energy from ground and low-level wind. These energy-harvesting wind panels have been designed to tackle the decarbonisation challenges common to both airports and highways — unlike traditional wind turbines they can capture wind power, without needing significant height or scale.

As part of the consortium, Katrick Technologies’ wind acquisition systems will be installed on the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Airport estates. Initial wind-mapping on these sites will kick-off a phased approach for development of the wind panels. The ultimate goal is roll-out of this technology to support both estate’s net-zero goals and launch it to the wider market.

“Katrick Technologies and the University of Strathclyde have just been awarded Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) funding for a collaborative R&D project for the wind panel and noise barrier technology,” explained Vijay Madlani, Co-CEO of Katrick Technologies. “This is an initial step that will provide a catalyst for development by attracting large funding and investment opportunities. Not only will this support the development of our own technologies, but can help the group realise its shared vision by unlocking unharnessed wind power.”

“Partnering with technology experts and embracing innovation is essential for AGS to meet its decarbonisation goals,” explained Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports. “Renewable technologies have the potential to power vast amounts of on-site equipment, offset energy costs and reduce the requirement for carbon-based energy supply. In addition to supporting our transition to net zero, these wind panels also have the potential to help us manage the impact of airport-related noise which we know is an important issue for the communities we serve. Managing this is an integral part of how we grow our airports responsibly and these panels could also act as noise barriers on our airfields.”

Roddy Yarr, Executive Lead for Sustainability at the University of Strathclyde, said: “As a socially progressive university with ambitious targets towards net zero, we are pleased to support this project.

“Katrick’s clean technology is a great example of an innovation that can help us to create a series of ‘living labs’ to demonstrate and enable the transition to scalar greenhouse gas emissions reduction.”

More information on Katrick Technologies pioneering wind panels can be found on the organisation’s website. Examples of the technology in action can also be seen here. To get involved in the consortium, or to find out more, please contact



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