The Airborne Wind Energy Conference 2019 will be held at the Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), Glasgow.
Getting to Glasgow
Getting to Glasgow couldn't be easier. The city is served by three international airports- Glasgow, Edinburgh and Prestwick. All have direct rail or bus links to Glasgow City Centre.
There are two major train stations located within the city centre, Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street. Trains from London take as little as 4.5 hours and only 50 minutes from Edinburgh.
Travel to the Technology & Innovation Center
The Technology & Innovation Centre is located in the heart of the city only 5 minutes' walk from Glasgow Queen Street station and 15 minutes' walk from Glasgow Central station.
Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
99 George Street
Glasgow Convention Bureau is the official accommodation provider for the conference and has negotiated specially discounted rates with a wide range of hotels. Click the link below to make a reservation.
In and Around Glasgow
The City has a very efficient public transport network. The subway system is the easiest way to get around the City Centre and West End. Taxis in Glasgow are the most cost effective in the UK or the cycle hire scheme Next Bikes offers a green and healthy way to get around the city.
As a UNESCO City of Music Glasgow has around 130 music events each week, well worth finding one if you have the time. Many of them are often not too difficult to find.