Scottish Citylink has launched a multi-million pound fleet of coaches on its popular AIR route between Edinburgh Airport and Glasgow City Centre.

Five state-of-the-art double deck coaches are being introduced on the route, with interior features designed to further improve the customer experience.

The investment means an additional 8,540 seats every week and the Plaxton Panorama coaches have 75 seats, with greater comfort levels and more leg room than ever before.
On-board amenities include fold-down tables, reading lights, mobile device holders and USB chargers.

On the lower deck, seating is provided around two tables with integrated wireless device charging and the new vehicles also offer improved luggage capacity.

Peter Knight, Scottish Citylink operations director, said: “AIR continues to grow in popularity and this investment ensures that we are continuing to deliver further improvements – and greener travel – for the many customers who travel on the route.”

CitylinkAIR operates up to every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and tickets can be bought via Alternatively, customers can pay on-board, using cash or contactless payments.

Photo: (l-r) Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport Gordon Dewar, Scottish Citylink Operations Director Peter Knight and West Coach Motors Coaching Manager Liz Logan launch the new coaches at Edinburgh Airport.