A GLASGOW Airport boss has hit out at the lack of consultation from the Scottish Government in relation to the new travel restrictions.
Earlier today, the First Minister announced that anyone who arrives directly into Scotland, regardless of which country they have come from, will have to quarantine.
But, Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports, which own Glasgow Airport, said the restrictions have been introduced without any consultation.
Mr Provan said: “This is the third significant announcement regarding travel restrictions in as many weeks which, once again, have been introduced without any consultation whatsoever.
“We’re also lacking any detail on how the latest layer of restrictions will be implemented.
“We understand the need for short-term emergency measures, and we all want to see this virus brought under control as quickly as possible, however, it’s imperative government engages with industry on developing a recovery plan.