Published on : Wednesday, November 30, 2016
An exciting new service has been launched at Edinburgh Airport offering arriving passengers on international flights the option of speeding up their journey on arrival – with FastTRACK Passport Control.
Edinburgh Airport is known for its quickness and efficiency of departures – recently being crowned the fastest airport in Scotland and second fastest in the UK by Skyscanner – and now its arrivals are aiming to be just as swift.
For just £5 per person FastTRACK Passport Control at Edinburgh Airport provides an exclusive lane dedicated to getting the traveller to Passport Control faster, so they can continue their journey more quickly.
This new product – brought to Edinburgh Airport in conjunction with Border Force – saves valuable time and is ideally suited to; business travellers, long weekend holiday makers and those without baggage to collect – allowing them to spend less time in the airport and more time enjoying their destination.
FastTRACK Passport Control at Edinburgh Airport is another element to the FastTrack product passenger offering – from car parking and security and now the same choice exists for passengers on arrivals.
Edinburgh Airport’s Chief Executive Gordon Dewar said:
“FastTRACK Passport Control builds on our strategy of offering choice to people flying into Edinburgh Airport and we look forward to being able to offer our overseas and returning UK passengers an even smoother arrival into Scotland.
“At only £5 per person FastTRACK Passport Control is extremely competitively priced and offers great value for passengers on the move.
“The growth of Edinburgh Airport’s international market is the big story in aviation in Scotland – and we have every intention of continuing to offer greater choice than ever before. The FastTRACK Passport Control service builds on this choice, further enhancing the passenger experience here at Edinburgh.“Our partners at Border Force have committed to reinvesting income generated through this service into their workforce, including here at Edinburgh Airport.”