Manchester Airport Guide to Manchester Airport - MAN

Manchester Airport (MAN)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about the Manchester Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Manchester International Airport (MAN). Plan your travel to Manchester Airport with the information provided in this site.

 

In 2016, Manchester Airport (MAN) handled 25,637,054 passengers, being the 3rd busiest airport in England (passenger influx).

 

The busiest international routes in MAN Airport are Amsterdam, Dublin, Dubai-International, Tenerife-South and Alicante.

Terminals + info

Manchester International Airport (MAN) has three passenger Terminals:

- Terminal 1: used both by airlines and charter operations, being the largest. See more.

- Terminal 2: used both by airlines and charter operations. See more.

- Terminal 3: the oldest, opened in 1989. See more.

Facilities and Services + info

Manchester International Airport (MAN) has a wide number of services and facilities at its passenger Terminals:

  • Dutty free shops
  • ATMs and Currency exchange
  • WiFi
  • Luggage wrapping service
  • Disabled passengers sevices
  • First aid
  • Tour offices
  • Car rental offices
  • Transport access
  • Parking access

Contact

Airport Adress:
Manchester M90 1QX, United Kingdom

Aiport number:
+44 800 042 0213

Transport + info

At Manchester Airport you can use the following transport options to go to Manchester city centre:

- Bus: you’ll find several bus lines at the Machester International Airport. See more.

- Car hire: renting a car in Manchester city is a great idea, find your best option with our search engine. See more.

- Taxi: you’ll find a wide rank of taxis a the Arrivals area of MAN International t Airport. A car ride to Manchester city centre should take around 40 minutes. See more.

About

As one of the UK’s largest cities, you may expect Manchester to be a bustling metropolis, filled with imposing architecture, busy streets and an overwhelming array of culture. There’s certainly a cosmopolitan feel to the city, but if its charming little side streets, cute little cafes and hidden gardens that you’re seeking, then you’re also in luck as Manchester is filled with quaint places that will make you forget that you’re in a city.

You’ll feel like you’ve discovered a secret garden when you stumble across these delightful botanical gardens in Didsbury. The rock gardens are the perfect spot for a quiet stroll and to admire the trees, while the adjoining woods and meadows allow the opportunity for longer walks, linking up with the river Mersey. Ensure that you also pay a visit to the Parsonage Gardens and the stunning Old Parsonage building, tucked away behind the wall opposite The Didsbury pub. A riot of colour in spring, the gardens are filled with blossoming trees including cherry blossom and magnolia, while the Parsonage itself regular hosts small exhibitions and relaxing yoga classes.

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