Manchester Airport has warned that disruptions may continue after hundreds of passengers were evacuated from Terminal 1 yesterday when a suspicious bag was discovered at the main security search area.
A leading hospital consultant has refused to go through an X-ray scanner at Manchester Airport, claiming it could give him cancer. The eye specialist, who was flying to Switzerland on business, said: “X-rays are known to cause cancer and I think somebody will get cancer from this body scanner whether it’s me or someone else.”
Manchester Airport has unveiled the final stages of its major terminal redevelopment project. Following in the footsteps of Terminals 1 and 2, Terminal 3 has been given a make over with passengers deciding what improvements were needed.
Manchester Airport is to undergo a £400m development and create more than 7,000 jobs. The project comes as part of the UK government’s new scheme to create 21 new Enterprise zones to stimulate economic growth and employment.
Did you know you could fly to every major city in the world, either one stop or non-stop from Manchester Airport? Over a million people haven’t heard and will be the focus of Manchester Airport’s attention during September.
An Airbus A380 operated by Emirates has arrived at Manchester Airport – making the city the first regional destination to receive the superjumbo. The airport spent £10 million preparing for the arrival, which marks the inauguration of a daily flight between the north of England and Dubai.
With only two weeks left before the first Emirates A380 lands at Manchester Airport on 1st September, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has officially certified Manchester Airport as ‘A380 ready’.
The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has announced a new Chief Operating Officer to bring together the management of the four airports of Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and Humberside in addition to confirming its new Managing Director for Manchester Airport.
Manchester Airport’s new Escape Lounge in Terminal 1 has opened to the public today. Over 100,000 passengers are expected to use the facility every year.
The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) – the largest British-owned airport operator – has appointed Charlie Cornish to the position of Group Chief Executive.