Manchester Airport is advising customers of a range of new safety measures, as flying resumes to a range of destinations from today.
The UK’s third largest gateway has been carrying out a trial of measures for a numbers of weeks, ahead of official government guidance being confirmed last week.
Now, it has updated its advice to passengers so they know how to prepare for their journeys and what to expect when they get to the airport.
The security and wellbeing of all of Manchester Airport’s passengers and staff remains its number one priority, which is why it has introduced a range of safety measures to allow people to travel with confidence.
These include wearing face coverings, enhanced cleaning, bookable security slots and temperature checks, among other things.
Through a mix of graphics, posters, animations and social media content the airport has summarised these into handy hints for passengers to easily digest.
Brad Miller, chief operating officer at Manchester Airport, said: “As we see the return of more airlines and destinations for our passengers to fly to, it becomes even more important to ensure our passengers feel safe and have the latest information to hand before they travel.
“We’ve been trialling a lot of safety measures for the last month to ensure they are appropriate and firmly in place ahead of airlines ramping up their operations. We are confident we have the right mix of things in place to facilitate safe travel and allow passengers to fly with confidence.”
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