Manchester has today revealed details of its new PremiAir service which will it says will offer a private jet experience to passengers no matter who they are flying with.
Announced back in January the service is expected to launch in September and be available with prices starting from just £50.
The private terminal will offer a range of packages for the airports departing and arriving passengers including private suites for groups travelling together.
- The Priority package is perfectly tailored for passengers jetting off on a weekend break or travelling for business with just their hand luggage. Priority offers them the convenience of arriving at the airport just 60 minutes before their flight, where they will receive a personal welcome, dedicated security channel and luxury transfer across the airfield to their aircraft, all for £50 per person.
- For ultimate comfort and style, passengers can choose the Premium package. For £100 per person, guests can relax before their flight in elegant lounge space with impressive panoramic views of the airfield. Their hold luggage will be processed while they enjoy complimentary food prepared by a resident chef and a wide selection of beverages, alongside complimentary Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines. When it’s time to board, Premium guests will also benefit from PremiAir’s dedicated security channel and a private, luxury transfer across the airfield.
- PremiAir isn’t just for departing passengers. For £125 per person, guests can experience the Arrivals package and benefit from a private transfer to the PremiAir terminal and dedicated passport control channel when they arrive back into Manchester Airport. For added comfort, guests can enjoy all the comforts of the PremiAir lounge, whilst their hold luggage is personally returned to them.
The airport says passengers can also opt to book a round trip of their chosen package for a total starting price from £175 per person, a price which will give guests all the advantages of the Priority and Arrivals products, with further upgrades available.
The private terminal will feature 3 private suites that are located before security which means non-travelling guests can also join group events and meetings prior to departures.
It will also offer Business travellers well-equipped professional spaces, making international business meetings easier and more accessible.
Manchester Airport has also appointed Mart Louwerse as the General Manager of PremiAir. Mr Louwerse was previously the General Manager of Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa in Cheshire.