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The Verint (formerly Graham Technology and Sword Ciboodle) premises of today emerged from the famous former India Tyres factory. This art deco building, constructed several years after Beardmore’s factory airfield closed and considered the most important of its particular design in Scotland, was provided with extensions to resemble an airship gondola and aircraft wing to acknowledge past historical events.

Also known as: Inchinnan Aerodrome
County: Renfrewshire
Current Status: Farmland / Industry
Date: September 1915 (earliest known date) - 12 October 1922
Current Use: Disused
Used By: RAF / Civil
Landing Surface Types: Unpaved
Aircraft Roles: Aircraft manufacture / Aircraft preparation/storage

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/07/2013):

  • Getronics Services UK Limited
  • Inchinnan Community Council
  • Inchinnan Historical Interest Group
  • R34 Restaurant and Cafe
  • Verint

Notable Past Associated Organisations:

  • William Beardmore and Company

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 6 (Glasgow) AAP
  • Glasgow AAP
  • Willian Beardmore

"Scotland's Welcome to Douglas Haig", including footage of Inchinnan. Courtesy of British Pathé


Plan of Inchinnan, 1918. Courtesy of Ed Andrews

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