Manchester Airport Terminal 3 to fully reopen on 22 April as pax demand lifts

By Luke Barras-hill |

Passengers are being reminded to check the travel advice for the country they are visiting in advance of departure.

Manchester Airport Terminal 3 will fully reopen on 22 April to meet the increase in travel volumes following the easing of restrictions.

Several retail outlets, including duty free, will open airside with the likes of Boots, WHSmith and World Duty Free welcoming back travellers.

Passengers will also be able to visit Caffè Nero in check-in (landside) and Costa Coffee, Lion & Antelope, Pork & Pickle, KFC, Nook and Kiosco (all airside).

As reported, MAN began its phased reopening of Terminal 3 last month.

Those travelling with Aurigny, British Airways, Eastern Airways, Iberia Express, Loganair, Ryanair and Vueling are being advised to check in at the Terminal Three entrance.

All arrivals at the airport will also exit from the Terminal Three building.

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