Terminal 2 has reopened at Manchester airport, as passenger numbers continue to increase.
It marks the first time that all three terminals have been operational at the airport since late March, when the onset of the coronavirus pandemic led to flights being consolidated to Terminal 1
It follows the reopening of Terminal 3 earlier this month to allow the airport to “spread out the number of people and allow people to maintain and keep a sensible distance”.
Please note that some carriers including Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Eurowings, Hainan Airlines, Iran Air and Tui – which would normally operate out of Terminal 2 – had already resumed services at the airport prior to the reopening of the terminal, and will remain at Terminal 1 for the time being.
Customers are advised to check with the airport ahead of arriving for flights.
The airport has introduced a number of health and safety measures over the last few weeks, including temperature check trials and mandatory face coverings for passengers, and pre-bookable security time slots.
UV cleaning technology is also being trialled on escalator hand rails, and protective screens have been installed in busy customer areas. A full list of measures, and the latest Covid-19 advice, can be seen at manchesterairport.co.uk/coronavirus
Retail outlets are also gradually reopening at the airport, including Burger King, Pret a Manger and Starbucks at Terminal 1, Greggs and WH Smith at Terminal 2, and KFC at Terminal 3.
More details on flights currently operating from Manchester airport, and retail concessions opening or due to open, can be found on the Manchester airport website.