PIA Moves Over To The New Terminal Two From Wednesday 11th August
- Services will operate from the new-look flagship terminal from Wednesday
- PIA is the 11th airline to operate from the new Terminal Two since it opened its doors on 14 July
Pakistan’s flag carrier will begin to serve passengers from Manchester Airport’s flagship Terminal Two on Wednesday 11th August, it has been revealed.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will operate from the state-of-the-art facility, which opened last month as part of a transformation programme worth up to £1bn.
At present, the airline’s schedule has it flying departing passengers only from Manchester, on a late afternoon or early evening departure two to three times per week.
The move means 11 airlines are now serving passengers from the new-look ‘super-terminal’;
- Singapore Airlines
- Etihad Airways
- Qatar Airways
- Brussels Airlines
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Aegean Airlines
Passengers travelling with PIA should use Terminal Two from Wednesday 11 August – flights prior to then will continue to operate from Terminal One. Those with Manchester Airport car park or lounge bookings in Terminal One on or after 11 August 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 these moves will be communicated appropriately. Passengers can also keep an eye on the airport’s social media channels for the latest advice, guidance and information.
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Passengers can read all about Manchester Airport’s Covid-19 safety measures here: www.manchesterairport.co.uk/coronavirus