Getting To The Heliport

The Heliport is conveniently located close to the city centre of Glasgow. There are good nearby transport links, including buses and trains.

By Car

The Heliport is located a few minutes drive from the M8, just off of the A814. Following signs for the SECC may help.

The Heliport is located just off of the A814. Travelling from the East, bare left immediately after the SECC and the Heliport will be infront of you. Travelling from the West, exit the A814 after the SECC, and turn right. Turn right immediately back onto the westbound A814 and exit just after the SECC.


By Train

Click Here for a map of the route from Exhibition Centre Station to the Heliport.

The nearest train station to the Heliport is Exhibition Centre station. It is served regularly by ScotRail train services from Glasgow Central for those coming from the city centre. Once you arrive at the station, turn right at the exit and follow the covered walkway over the A814. Exiting the walkway, you will be at the eastern approach of the SECC. Walk through the SECC, out the other side and across the car park. The Heliport should now by immeditaely infront of you.

Alternatively you can walk further down to the Clyde after exiting the walkway, from here walking past the Crowne Plaza you can cross the River on the nearest bridge to the Waverley Paddle Steamer for vewing the Heliport from the other side.


By Bus

The nearest bus service to the Heliport is the Glasgow City Sightseeing Tour service. The bus stop is just next to the Heliport, named the 'Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour'. As a single journey it is not cheap, the tickets are valid two days and the latest fares and timetables can be found here.

It is recommended that you may want to catch a train otherwise due to the pricing, however if you are visiting Glasgow this ticket may be worthwile.


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