Loch Lomond Seaplanes : Seaplanes Glasgow

Seaplanes returned to the River Clyde after a gap of 60 years.
Loch Lomond Seaplanes operate a seaplane service from a new purpose-built terminal at the Glasgow Science Centre on the River Clyde.
The Loch Lomond Seaplanes are within easy reach of the Argyll Hotel, Glasgow.

The Loch Lomond Seaplanes cut journey times dramatically: 12 minutes to Loch Lomond, a further ten to Oban on the western seaboard.
Once in Oban, there’s time for a bite to eat and a spot of sightseeing before the return journey
Taking a trip with Loch Lomond seaplanes makes a great addition to a visit to Glasgow – see the coast and countryside by day and the city at night. You might just want the experience of take-off and landing in a seaplane.

The seaplane also has green credentials: causing zero pollution to water and virtually no disturbance – it even has a small wake in comparison to motor boats.The seaplane also flies at a maximum ceiling well below the creation point of ‘con-trails’.

The Loch Lomond seaplane service operates from February to November, weather permitting, with plans to fly to other Scottish destinations such as Mull and Skye in the near future.

The Glasgow Science centre and Loch Lomond Seaplanes are within walking distance of the Argyll Hotel. Ask at reception for further details.