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Prestwick,

town (1991 pop. 13,355), South Ayrshire, SW Scotland, on the Firth of Clyde. Prestwick is a seaside and golfing resort with an international airport. Light aircraft are manufactured in Prestwick.

Prestwick

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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The newspaper said the publicly owned airport was being used to launch frontline operations, and that Prestwick executives had attended US military fairs to pursue contracts.
Mike Stewart, business development director at Prestwick airport, said: "This is great news.
Eshcol, Prestwick Whins Farm, Prestwick, is for sale through Strutt & Parker at offers in excess of PS625,000, tel: 01670 516123.
Oska, which operates 25 European routes from Prestwick, will operate three return flights in March for the week-long trips, which included tours of Kemer, Pamukkale, Tavas and Perga.
Sturgeon noted the New Zealand investor has been seeking to divest the Prestwick Airport, located near Glasgow, and the Manston Airport in England since March 2012 but none of the private suitors for the operations had been able to meet a timeframe satisfactory to the vendor.
9 October 2013 - Scotland wants to take local Prestwick airport, owned by New Zealand's Infratil Ltd (NZE:IFT), in state hands in a bid to preserve jobs, deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon said in a statement.
The facility, which is due to open in October 2010, was announced at Prestwick by Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond and Ryanair's Michael O'Leary.
The carrier will also open a new route from Glasgow Prestwick to Fuerteventura, following the collapse of Scottish low-cost carrier Flyglobespan.
Ryanair also announced that it was starting four new routes from Prestwick airport from October - to Alicante, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, and Palma in Majorca.
Ryanair will now operate 25 flights from Prestwick after adding Budapest, Hungary, Kaunas in Lithuania and the 45-minute hop to Belfast City Airport, in Northern Ireland, from October 30.
The three women and a man got through a fence at Prestwick Airport, near Glasgow, and ran on to a runway, according to media reports.
More than 150 protesters descended on Prestwick airport carrying banners, placards and Lebanese flags and chanting slogans against the violence and weapons flights.