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Manchester Airport is a major airport in Manchester, England, and the largest airport in the UK outside London.
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Officially opened on 25 June 1938, it was initially known as Ringway Airport. During World War II it officially became RAF Ringway, and from 1975 until 1986 the title Manchester International Airport was used.

Manchester Airport Hummer limousine shuttle rentalsThe airport complex is almost entirely located within the city of Manchester boundaries—the exception being the second runway, which lies mostly in neighbouring Cheshire—8.8 miles (14 km) south by west of Manchester City Centre.
The airport is owned and managed by the Manchester Airports Group , which is a holding company owned by the ten metropolitan borough councils of Greater Manchester, and is the largest British-owned airport group.
Each of these councils has their coat of arms displayed on banners hung from the lamp posts approaching the airport.
The airport has won numerous awards including World's Best Airport 1995 and Travel Weekly Globe Awards' UK Best Airport 2008.
The airport has two parallel runways, three terminals, a railway station and bus interchange.

Manchester Airport has three passenger terminals (Terminals 1, 2 and 3). Terminals 1 and 2 are linked by the skylink walkway, with travelators to aid passengers with the 10-15 minute walk. The skylink also connects the terminals to the airport railway station complex and the Radisson SAS Hotel.
Terminals 1 and 3 are connected via a short external pedestrian route; alternatively, a free bus service exists, which also serves "The Station".
The airport provides regular direct flights to many destinations worldwide by 84 airlines. Major North American carriers at Manchester include American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines and US Airways from the United States, and Air Transat from Canada. UK operators serving the USA market are bmi, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Airlines serving the Asian market include Air Blue, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Libyan Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, Qatar Airways, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Singapore Airlines. Manchester is an international hub for bmi which offers several destinations from Terminal 3. Charter airlines First Choice Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomsonfly use Manchester as their primary operational base. The airport also serves as a secondary hub for bmibaby, British Airways, Flybe,, Monarch Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and XL Airways. Several other British airlines have a strong presence.
Manchester Airport offers flights to over 225 destinations across the globe, which is more than any other UK airport, with more direct routes than Heathrow and Gatwick. Heathrow offers 180 destinations; all scheduled, whilst Gatwick has about 200 (although the two London airports handle considerably more flights and passengers than Manchester).Many of Manchester's overseas routes are served by charter flights to holiday destinations, some being seasonal. The proportion of scheduled passengers from Manchester has climbed from just 40% in the early 1990s to reach 63% during 2007.
Manchester also offers more destinations than some of the biggest airports in the US, including New York, Chicago and Dallas, although it is still slightly behind the three biggest 'hubs' in the global aviation network - Atlanta, Frankfurt and Amsterdam - which each offer more than 250 destinations. However, Manchester serves more foreign destinations than Atlanta and Frankfurt (but not Amsterdam), although being much smaller in terms of total passengers handled.

Terminal 1
Terminal 1 handles international traffic and is served by Star Alliance members, scheduled airlines and charter operators. It is also the base for, Monarch Airlines and Thomas Cook Airlines. The terminal has 24 stands, 18 of which have airbridges. Opened in 1962 with an annual capacity of 2.5 million passengers, the terminal has undergone many extensions and renovations since. Terminal 1's current capacity is around 11 million passengers a year.
In 2007, a £35 million redevelopment program commenced for Terminal 1. A new £10 million 14-lane security area opened on 28 April 2008 and a revamp of the terminal's arrivals hall was completed in mid-May, complete with additional facilities. The departure lounge will be significantly expanded with a greater choice of shops and restaurants, following the virtual elimination of the landside area. With executive lounge enhancements also underway, Terminal 1's security and retail redevelopment is scheduled for completion by spring 2009. It is also planned that a brand new lounge, boarding area and a range of gates is to be added to the terminal, in preparation for Airbus A380 flights which are expected to begin operating from Manchester in 2010.

Terminal 2
Terminal 2 is mostly used by SkyTeam airline members and long haul and charter airlines flying to international destinations only. It opened in 1993, handling many scheduled European and Intercontinental flights. Some European scheduled airlines such as Air France, Air Malta and KLM operate flights from the terminal, whilst charter airlines First Choice Airways, Thomsonfly and XL Airways use the terminal as a base.
Terminal 2 has 16 gates, of which 15 have airbridges. The design of the terminal allows it to be readily capable of extensive expansion; planning permission already exists for a major extension providing additional gates, together with the construction of a satellite pier. Terminal 2's current capacity is around 8 million passengers a year and will be extended to ultimately handle 25 million passengers a year. In 2007 an £11 million project commenced to redevelop Terminal 2 by improving security and enhancing retail and catering services. A new upper-level security control area opened on 16 July 2008, and the first phase of Terminal 2's retail and catering improvements are scheduled for completion by mid-September 2008.
Terminal 2 is expected to accommodate the Airbus A380. In the expansion plan, a dedicated new gate area facility and lounge is to be added to the terminal and most of the new gates and stands will be designed to accommodate the A380, should commercial flights begin at the airport.

Terminal 3
Terminal 3, for a short period known as "Terminal 1 - British Airways" and "Terminal 1a", was opened by Diana, Princess of Wales in May 1989. British Airways were the primary user of the terminal, but they have since significantly scaled down operations from Manchester Airport with the sale of their BA Connect service to Flybe; the ending of their franchise agreement with GB Airways and from 30 October 2008, the retraction of the daily New York-JFK service. This leaves BA serving only London Heathrow and London Gatwick from Manchester. After taking over BA Connect's select routes, Flybe has gone on to add several more successful destinations. Today, Flybe, bmibaby and bmi are the major operators at Terminal 3, flying to over 50 destinations, both domestic and international. Other carriers operating from the terminal include American Airlines, Brussels Airlines and other domestic carriers such as Air Southwest and Eastern Airways.
In March 2008, easyJet commenced services from Terminal 3 and over the next few years they plan to base more aircraft at Manchester for route expansion. Terminal 3 is due for expansion between 2008 and 2010, in an aim to provide extra stand capacity and a more spacious and logical check-in area. Security improvements are due to be completed by spring 2009, with project completion set for winter 2009/10.

Hire a limo from Earls Limousines to transfer you to the airport, when booking please give us all your flight information and we will check when your flight is due to land before coming to pick you up on your return limo hire journey.

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