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Manchester Airport (MAN)

Famous for its world-class football teams, rock stars (think Joy Division, Oasis, The Stone Roses, just to name a few), one of the world's biggest indoor arenas, the first ever Rolls Royce, and its distinctive accent, Manchester is a cosmopolitan English city with a rich history. Discover beautifully-restored Victorian houses along the old canals of Castlefield; admire one of the country's largest 17th-century art collections in Manchester Art Gallery; appreciate the stunning architecture of Manchester Cathedral; discover street art in the Northern Quarter; have a picnic in Piccadilly Gardens. This city in the northwest of the UK will keep you entertained for days. Ensure your trip to or from Manchester gets off to a great start by booking your airport transfer on today.

Manchester Airport is the third busiest airport in the UK, serving more than 20 million passengers every year, and is located 14 kilometres from central Manchester. The airport was previously known as Ringway Airport, and served as a training area for parachutists during the Second World War. Book your airport transfer on to avoid airport parking fees and taxi queues, and save yourself the worry of navigating a new city.

Manchester Airport is split into three terminals -T1, T2 and T3. Free WiFi is available throughout the airport for 60 minutes and additional time can be purchased if needed. ATMs and Travelex exchange desks are located within all terminals for any last minute currency needs. For some pre-flight relaxation, The Escape Lounges and 1903 Lounge are available to all travellers for a fee, regardless of class of travel or airline. Travellers looking to stay overnight can head to Radisson Blu Hotel, which is easily accessed from T1 and T2. Shower facilities in this hotel can be used for a fee even if travellers are not staying overnight. For some pre-flight entertainment, passengers can visit the Runway Visitor Park to enjoy thrilling views of planes taking off. The park is also home to the retired Concorde 204 G-BOAC - 'Alpha Charlie' - the flagship of the British Airways fleet.

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Top things to do in and around Manchester

  • Visit Old Trafford, the largest club football stadium in the UK and home to the world-famous football team Manchester United.
  • Explore Manchester Art Gallery and appreciate its superb, world-famous collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings.
  • Enjoy a picnic at Piccadilly Gardens, a major public green space located in the heart of the city, and catch a live concert if you're lucky.
  • Walk along old canals and discover some gorgeous Victorian houses in Castlefield. While you're there visit Mamucium, an historic Roman fort.
  • Admire the unique neo-gothic architecture of Manchester Cathedral.
  • Read a book in The John Rylands Library, a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture.
  • Wander along the bustling streets of the bohemian Northern Quarter and discover some of the trendy area's vibrant street art; don't miss 'The Wall' on Church Street.
  • Head to Shambles Square and stop for a drink at The Old Wellington Inn and some food at Sinclair's Oyster Bar.

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