Scotland’s second busiest airport has now been growing every month for nearly two-and-half years, while larger rival Edinburgh - which overtook it in 2007 - only returned to growth two months ago after nearly a year in the doldrums.
Glasgow said popular routes had included to sun spots such as the Balearics, Canary Islands, Portugal and Turkey.
Long-haul routes, such as to Florida, Toronto and Dubai, also saw extra passengers last month.
Managing director Amanda McMillan said: “It really is an exciting time for Glasgow airport and it’s particularly pleasing to follow the unveiling of our new logo and the launch of the Dreamliner’s first Scottish flight [to Mexico on Monday] with news of further passenger growth.”
The figures come two days after Edinburgh airport revealed it had also enjoyed a record June, with its passenger total up by 8.4 per cent to nearly 957,000.