Scottish Citylink is a long distance express coach operator based in Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow operating mainly in Scotland (and Ireland where it's called Irish Citylink). Citylink is 65% owned by Metroline part of the multi-national transport company ComfortDelGro and 35% by Stagecoach Group. Citylink's well known yellow and blue livery is an icon on Scotland's roads and the company is a much loved part of the ground transport network. Most Scots could reel off it's "Citylinking... smart thinking!" slogan from the eighties
Citylink has an extensive network of Scottish routes linking the major cities Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness, Perth as well as a huge number of smaller destinations such as Oban, Skye, Kyle of Lochalsh, Fort William and distant Campbeltown near the 'Mull of Kintyre'.
Citylink Air is Citylink's airport service connecting from Glasgow to Edinburgh Airport as well as a number of other destinations . Citylink Air operates every 30 minutes at peak times, seven days a week beginning at 4 am everyday.
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