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Manchester Airport’s Escape Lounge is available in all three terminals and offers passengers to chance to put their feet up, catch up on last minute business, or simply enjoy some peace and quiet as they enjoy the complimentary food and drink on offer.
The lounge caters to passengers of all ages and offers fast unlimited WiFi, flight information boards, bar service for complimentary alcoholic and soft drinks, along with buffet service for seasonal meals and snacks.
An enhanced and rigorous cleaning regime remains in place to ensure the Escape Lounge offers a Covid-safe environment.
Prices start from £23 when booked in advance. For more information or to book visit: www.manchesterairport.co.uk/at-the-airport/escape-lounges/
1903 is Manchester Airport’s premium lounge. It offers fantastic views of the airfield, the lounge has its own team of chefs providing freshly cooked food and premium drinks, cooking them up in front of guests in our theatre kitchen.
The 1903 lounge offers all of the benefits of the Escape lounge, but also gives diners access to a constantly-rotating menu of freshly prepared hot plates, pastries and snacks, plus self-service bars serving complimentary premium alcoholic and soft beverages, including Champagne and locally-produced artisanal spirits.
Passengers will also be able to make use of an included Fast Track security pass and unlimited free Wi-Fi. The lounge is priced from £35 when booked in advance. At present, 1903 is only available in Terminal Two, with the lounges in Terminals One and Three due to reopen next year.
For more information or to book visit: www.manchesterairport.co.uk/1903
Manchester Airport offers car parking options to suit every budget. For more information and to book, visit www.manchesterairport.co.uk/parking/
Manchester Airport has teamed up with Carbon Click to introduce an emissions offsetting scheme for passengers.
CarbonClick’s voluntary offset tool allows passengers, regardless of their airline or destination, to quickly calculate the emissions from their flight and purchase carbon credits to compensate for them. Every purchase can be immediately linked directly to the high-quality climate projects that CarbonClick supports in the UK and abroad.
Each offset will be split equally between two causes: the UK-based “Woodland Creation in the Lake District” on Lowther Estate, Cumbria, which promotes biodiversity and reduces carbon and the risk of flooding and “Promoting Improved Cooking Practices”, which makes and distributes efficient charcoal cookstoves. Use of the stoves reduces the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere and will and improve the health of communities in Nigeria.
Passengers can find out more by visiting www.manchesterairport.co.uk/flight-information/carbon-offsetting/.
To ensure all the necessary information is at our passengers’ fingertips, we have our very own mobile phone app. This has all the key information on, such as up to the minute arrival and departure times, airport maps plus a list of on-site facilities. The app is available on the iPhone and on android.
For more information contact the Manchester Airport Press Office – firstname.lastname@example.org