Aberdeen Airport to provide airside smoking shelter
Scheme aims to reduce terminal evacuations because of smoking
SMOKERS could soon be able to enjoy a last puff before take-off, Aberdeen Airport bosses revealed today.
Plans for a designated airside smoking shelter are set to go ahead at Dyce terminal following a public consultation.
The scheme was first suggested in January in the hope it could reduce the number of terminal evacuations caused by cigarette smoke.
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