Prestwick


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Prestwick

(ˈprɛstwɪk)
n
(Placename) a town in SW Scotland, in South Ayrshire on the Firth of Clyde; international airport, golf course: tourism. Pop: 14 934 (2001)
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NICOLA Sturgeon has said claims that Prestwick Airport is being used by the US military are "a load of bunkum".
Prestwick airport bosses claim they could be joining the space race within the next three years after a controversial bidding system was scrapped.
The property, at Prestwick Whins Farm, Prestwick, Newcastle, has been finished to a high standard.
Prestwick Airport in Scotland has won its first new flights after it was acquired by the Scottish Government last month.
9 October 2013 a[euro]" Scotland wants to take local Prestwick airport, owned by New Zealanda[euro](tm)s Infratil Ltd (NZE:IFT), in state hands in a bid to preserve jobs, deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon said in a statement.
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ON FEBRUARY 10, Ryanair announced that it will build a second maintenance hangar at Glasgow Prestwick Airport:
Irish budget airline Ryanair (LSE:RYA) reported on Friday that it is basing a sixth aircraft at Glasgow's Prestwick Airport from March 2010.
Other new services include Gran Canaria and Lanzarote flights from Luton, Liverpool, East Midlands and Prestwick airports.
AIRLINE giants Ryanair and easyJet sent their ticket-cost scrap soaring yesterday by adding routes from Glasgow Prestwick and Edinburgh airports.
The US flights suspected of munitions to Israel came to light on July 26 when Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said the British government would make a formal complaint to Washington over its use of Prestwick for ferrying bombs to Israel.
The US cargo planes travelling from Texas to Tel Aviv were due to land overnight at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire for refuelling, but ended up flying to a US Air Force base in southern England.