Birmingham [BHX] – both

Bristol (BRS) – clockwise

Cambridge (CBG) – none – luggage chucked onto rollers – thanks to R Lasham

Coventry (CVT) – counter-clockwise – thanks to Stuart Hyde

Doncaster Robin Hood (DSA) – counter-clockwise – thanks to Brian Morris

Durham Tees Valley (MME) – counter-clockwise – thanks to P Holmes

Gloucester (GLO) – counter-clockwise – thanks to Ron Bishop

Humberside (HUY) – clockwise – thanks to Mike Peer

Land’s End (LEQ) – none – no luggage collection point – thanks to C Hopkins

Liverpool John Lennon (LPL) – counter-clockwise

London Gatwick (LGW) – counter-clockwise

London Heathrow (LHR) – both

London Luton (LTN) – clockwise

London Stansted (STN) – both

Manchester (MAN) – both

Newcastle (NCL) – counter-clockwise – thanks to Howard Cory

Newquay (NQY)

newquay airport

Hi there,

After visiting Newquay airport (UK), I can cornfirm that the carouself moves two feet clockwise before moving two feet counter-clockwise. I presume this was a result of a malfunction but I can’t be too sure.

Dean Pascoe

North Ronaldsway Isle of Man (NRL) – clockwise – thanks to David Killip

Norwich (NWI) – clockwise

Nottingham East Midlands (NQT) – both – thanks to Jim Lowe

Plymouth (PLH) – none – luggage stuffed through hole onto rollers

Sheffield (SZD) – none

Southampton (SOU) – clockwise – thanks to Paul Smart

St Mary’s Isles of Scilly (ISC) – none – thanks to Chris Hopkins


Northern Ireland

Belfast International (BFS) – counter-clockwise – thanks to Stanley Tetley

Belfast City (BHD) – two clockwise carousels – thanks to Peter Thompson

Londonderry (LDY) – none



Aberdeen (ABZ) – both – thanks to Joe Kelly

Barra (BRR) – none – luggage put on sand on beach – thanks to Eric Smith

Dundee (DND) – none – thanks to Iain Baxter

Edinburgh (EDI) – clockwise – thanks to anonymous

Glasgow (GLA) – counterclockwise

Inverness (INV) – counter-clockwise – two carousels – thanks to Ian Packman

Islay (ILY) – none – thanks to Ian Baxter

Prestwick (PIK) – counterclockwise – thanks to Torodd Fuglesteg

Stornoway (SYY) – None – rollers fed by an attendant – thanks to J Bond

Wick (WIC) – other – linear belt with shelf at end – thanks to M Pilling



Cardiff (CWL) – other