Twice the amount of crime has been detected at Glasgow Airport since the start of last year, than at Edinburgh Airport.
There have been a total of 359 crimes reported at Glasgow Airport during that time.
Crimes include threats and abuse directed at staff, as well as offences of being drunk and incapable.
The figures reported by the Sunday Mail also include high profile cases of pilots trying to board planes drunk.
In August, American pilots Paul Brady Grebenc, 35, and Carlos Roberto Licona, 45, were charged with being under influence of alcohol as they prepared to fly passenger jet.
And in July Canadians Jean-Francois Perreault and Imran Zafar Syed were charged with being drunk as they prepared to fly plane to Toronto.
At Edinburgh Airport, there were only 181 crimes recorded over the same period.
Edinburgh is the busier of the two airports with more flights in and out. However, Glasgow flights go to a greater range of destinations.
Glasgow Airport said: “We work closely with police who adopt a
pro-active approach to
ensuring the millions of passengers who fly to and from the airport every year have a safe journey.”
Edinburgh Airport said: “We will continue to work closely with Police Scotland to ensure all passengers and staff are as safe and
secure as they can be.”