The drop-off area at Glasgow Airport was forced to closed after a taxi burst into flames.
Fire crews were called to Car Park 2 outside the airport’s main terminal at around 6.30pm on Thursday.
There were no injuries as a result of the fire and the blaze was contained and extinguished.
The car park has now fully reopened.
A spokesperson for Glasgow Airport said: “At approximately 6.30pm Scottish Fire and Rescue attended to a vehicle fire within car park two which was contained and quickly extinguished.
“The incident has since been stood down and the car park has re-opened.
“There was no disruption to the terminal building.”
It is not believed the fire caused any disruption to any flights.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 6.27pm on Thursday, September 21, to reports of a taxi on fire at the drop off point of Glasgow Airport.
“Operations Control mobilised one appliances to the scene where the crew extinguished the fire. “There were no casualties and we left at 7.28pm after ensuring the area was safe.”
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