Manchester Airports Private Terminal ‘PremiAir’ officially opens

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Manchester Airport (MAN/EGCC) has officially opened its private terminal product known as PremiAir.

The launch comes following its soft launch late last year which has given customers a chance to experience the product and for the airport to gain feedback ahead of its official launch last night.

PremiAir promises “the ultimate pre-flight treatment, and the smoothest possible arrival” giving passengers that private jet experience no matter which one of the airlines that they are flying from Manchester.

Airside view of Manchester Airports new PremiAir terminal
Airside view of Manchester Airports new PremiAir terminal

So far Manchester Airport has partnered PremiAir with 25 airlines including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Cathay Pacific and it doesn’t matter what class you are flying onboard.

Andrew Harrison, CEO, MAG Airport Services said “It is a pleasure to see PremiAir officially up and running, offering a second to none experience for business and leisure guests alike. Manchester Airport is the first UK airport to introduce this innovative concept which is a result of months of hard work and dedication from MAG’s teams.

Take a look inside PremiAir

“This great new option is an example of MAG’s strategy of offering more of its own brands and products to its customers, from the car park right through to the departure gate. This approach is unique among major UK airports and gives our passengers the best possible choice during their journey.

“We can’t wait to welcome guests to PremiAir, as an unforgettable beginning and end of their journey.”

Passengers wanting to pay for that little extra can take advantage of the following packages.

  • Priority Departures (from £50 per person) allows guests with hand luggage only to arrive an hour before the flight, enjoy a personal welcome, dedicated security channel and drive to the aircraft
  • Premium Departures (from £100 per person) includes complimentary food and drink, luggage handling, dedicated security and transfer to the aircraft
  • Arrivals from (£125 per person) provides a transfer from the aircraft to the terminal, dedicated passport control, use of lounge facilities and luggage delivery
  • Round trip package available from £175 per person, with further upgrades available
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