Cheap Flights from Glasgow to Venice (GLA - VCE)
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- Tue 12 NovGLAVCESat 16 NovVCEGLAeasyJetDirectfrom £69
- Sat 16 NovGLAVCESat 23 NovVCEGLAeasyJetDirectfrom £78
- Sat 9 NovGLAVCESat 16 NovVCEGLAeasyJetDirectfrom £79
Flight information Glasgow to Venice
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 1009 miles
Most popular airline last month
Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso
Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Venice
British Airways offer direct flights from Glasgow to Venice.
Terminal Information – Departing
Glasgow-International Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge has a good range of places to eat, shop and relax. There's something to suit every appetite, whether you just want to grab a quick snack or fancy a sit-down meal. Upper Crust is great for a sandwich, Starbucks is essential if you're on the early flight, and The Sandpiper is perfect if you're in the mood for pub grub. There's even a Frankie & Benny's, if you're in the mood for a bit of Italian American flavour. If you're in the mood for splashing the cash you can indulge at World Duty Free and Maplin. The airport also has a WHSmith and a Boots, perfect for grabbing those last-minute essentials. There's a soft-play area for kids, half an hour of free Wi-Fi for every passenger, and an executive lounge (the UpperDeck). The lounge lets you kick off your holiday in style, with comfy seats, unlimited internet access and a complimentary selection of snacks and drinks.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Venice-Marco Polo Airport has one terminal. Numerous transport options are available to get you into the city. The most romantic, convenient and expensive option is water taxi. The boat departure point is a short walk from the terminal. Expect to pay about €100-160* (about £70-112) for the trip. This does get you right into the city centre, however, as there are no roads. If you don't mind a bit of a walk you can take bus number 5, which stops at Piazzale Roma car park outside the city walls. If you're heading somewhere other than Venice you can find buses to Mestre Railway station, the coastal beach towns, and the Alpine ski resorts. You can buy your tickets at the machine in baggage reclaim, the public transportation ticket office in the terminal, or from the drivers of the ATVO and FSVbusitalia buses. You can hire a car at Venice-Marco Polo Airport: remember to compare prices with Skyscanner first.
You need a valid passport to fly from Glasgow to Venice. We recommend aiming to reach the airport about two hours before your flight departure time.
What to expect in Venice
Venice is one hour ahead of Glasgow and the currency is the Euro (€). Venice is a very expensive city by Southern European standards. Prices are similar to what you would pay at home, and some things are more expensive. Be prepared to get around on foot or by boat: there are no roads in Venice due to the canals.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.