Jet Airways has increased the frequency on its new direct Manchester to Mumbai service, before the first plane has even taken off. The airline will now offer five flights a week to the Indian city, giving people of the North increased flexibility and options.
MAG posted a 6.4 per cent increase in passenger numbers last month, as London Stansted saw new long-haul routes added to departure boards and Manchester had the busiest June in its 80-year history.
Manchester Airports Group has reported its seventh consecutive year of growth in adjusted EBITDA, up 5.8 per cent to £359 million.
The acquisition will enable MAG to improve its ability to distribute and market its own car parking, airport lounges and fast-track products in addition to those at other airports outside of the group.
Manchester Airport has appointed a new travel trade marketing manager, as the gateway gears up for its busiest ever summer. Olivia Bussey has joined the UK’s third busiest airport after previously working as a travel consultant for TUI.
Work has commenced on a new taxiway at Manchester Airport that will help to make its operations more efficient as part of its £1 billion transformation programme.
Virgin Atlantic has announced significant growth in flights from Manchester, firmly cementing the airline’s commitment to the region. From 2019, the number of flights is set to increase by up to 20 per cent, in what will be the airline’s biggest ever year flying from the city with up to six daily departures.
Manchester Airport has announced a wide-ranging programme of activity to celebrate its 80th birthday with passengers, communities and colleagues past and present.
Jet Airways will launch the first non-stop service between Manchester and Mumbai on November 5th. Further strengthening its flight offering in the United Kingdom and Jet Airways’ commitment to opening up travel to India for UK business and leisure travellers, the service will operate four days a week including Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Manchester Airport has secured a landmark route into the heart of Africa, underlining its pivotal role in connecting the north of England to the world’s most important markets.