Manchester Airport will once again close terminal two in the coming days as travel demand continues to slump following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Manchester Airport is to see the introduction of a service to Belfast City Airport from September 14th. Stobart Air, operator of Aer Lingus Regional, will base five ATR72-600 aircraft at Belfast City Airport.
Manchester Airport is advising customers of a range of new safety measures, as flying resumes to a range of destinations from today.
Passengers travelling through Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands will now be asked to cover their faces and wear gloves. The airports are the first in the UK to ask their passengers to wear face coverings.
Manchester Airport will temporarily close two of its terminals from Wednesday following a sharp drop in traffic as the world battles an outbreak of Covid-19.
Construction workers have reached a major milestone in the Manchester Airport transformation programme, with Laing O’Rourke completing the main build phase of the terminal two extension.
During the event, local business representatives, other stakeholders and VIP guests were among the invitees who were able to see the innovative product and get a feel for the new concept.
The airport is currently undertaking a £1 billion transformation programme that will see an expanded Terminal Two become the focal point of its operations, once the works are complete.
Manchester Airport has revealed the progress made on its £1 billion transformation, with several months to go until it opens its new terminal.