Aegean Airlines moves across to the new Terminal Two at Manchester Airport as further retail units set for opening
- Greek airline will now operate from Terminal Two starting on Tuesday (27th July)
- World Duty Free Express unit now open in Terminal Two Departures, with Pret-a-Manger and Starbucks in Arrivals slated for opening in early August
- To see the new Terminal Two check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rTvzbc7VEY
Aegean Airlines will become the latest airline to relocate to Manchester Airport’s new-look ‘super-terminal’ tomorrow (27th July).
Additional cafes and retailers are also opening in Terminal Two as passenger footfall is forecast to increase over the summer.
Aegean Airlines moves in
The Terminal Two extension opened to the public on 14th July with Jet2.com and TUI operating from there in the first week.
Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Brussels Airlines, airBaltic and Ethiopian Airlines have all now followed suit in moving their operations to the new terminal.
Greek carrier Aegean Airlines will become the ninth airline to operate from the ‘super-terminal’, offering services to Athens on a thrice-weekly basis beginning tomorrow (27th July).
Passengers travelling with Aegean Airlines should now use Terminal Two. Those with Manchester Airport car park or lounge bookings will have them moved across and customers will be notified accordingly.
As summer progresses and international travel restrictions ease, further airlines will move across and they will be communicated appropriately. Passengers can also keep an eye on the airport’s social media channels for the latest advice, guidance and information.
Retail, Food and Drink
World Duty Free Express opened in Departures over the weekend, offering customers a quick and easy way to buy World Duty Free’s most popular products. The main World Duty Free unit, which has been operating since the new terminal opened its doors, remains available for those wishing to browse the full selection of the brand’s stock.
Those passing through Arrivals will also have additional choice in the near future, with Pret-a-Manger and Starbucks units due to open in early August.
The new terminal’s varied offering of bars, restaurants and shopping has been well-received by passengers thus far. Popular Manchester brands such as Archie’s and the Amber Alehouse, in partnership with Seven Bro7hers, are complemented by well-known high street names including M&S and Costa Coffee.
For more information on the options available see here.
Government Advice, Restrictions and Covid-19 Safety Measures
For all the latest Government advice and restrictions passengers are advised to visit its website: www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus
Passengers can read all about Manchester Airport’s Covid-19 safety measures here: www.manchesterairport.co.uk/coronavirus