Manchester (MAN) Airport

Manchester MAN Airport Overview

Manchester Airport MAN serves the  counties of Chester & Lancaster in northwest England, and the City of  Manchester situated between them. It is U.K.'s third-largest Airport and first-largest outside of London. It also has the highest Category 10 rating to handle Code F aircraft, and is able to handle the Airbus A380. Manchester Airport is operated by public Manchester Airports Group Plc.

MAN Airport is located at Ringway, on the southern fringe of Greater Manchester, 14 km southwest of the city center - accessible via the M56 motorway, at Junction 5, as well as by train (Manchester Airport station is located between passenger terminals 1 & 2).

With two long runways and about 22 million passengers yearly,  Manchester Airport is hub to BMI, EasyJet, Flybe, and some charter airlines, and is served by a multitude of major domestic and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all parts of the globe.

NOTE::Arriving British, EEA, Switzerland or Liechtenstein passengers with a biometric passport can use one of the five e-Passport gates - simply use back of passport with the chipped section.
Visa requirements for travelers from India:  As of Feb. 2015, tourists, travelers on business & other eligible visitors from India will now be able to visit both the UK and Ireland (North & South Ireland) - moving freely between the two countries on a single visa.

On-Airport Hotels:  (a) Radisson SAS Hotel, with elevated covered walkway to T1, T2 & T3;  (b) Bewley's Hotel, a five-minute walk to T1 & T3; and  (c) Crowne Plaza Hotel inside the Airport complex.

Manchester Airport has three terminals - T1, T2 & T3 .

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