A new fleet of Glasgow Airport to city centre buses will launch this weekend, including wireless charging points, 4G Wifi and ultra-low emission engines.

First Glasgow's 10 new double-decker buses are part of their premium Glasgow Airport Express service. 

The E400 city double decker buses, built by Alexander Dennis in Falkirk, will double the capacity on the popular service and will come into operation from Sunday.

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The new vehicles come with luxury double padded seating, free 4G WIFI, USB charging points as well as new state-of-the-art wireless charging facilities on both the tables and seatbacks, luggage racks and most important of all, ultra-low emission Euro VI diesel engines.

The 500 service runs from Glasgow city centre to the airport in around 15 minutes and carries over 1.9 million passengers a year.

The new buses will be launched on Saturday at an event in George Square by Capital FM presenter Garry Spence. 

Based on the total passenger numbers, it would take just six Glasgow Airport Express double deckers to fill one of the new Emirates A380 double decker planes launching soon at the city’s airport.