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Private Terminal for Manchester Airport unveiled

aether - The new private Terminal at Manchester Airport (Image- Toby Mitchell)

aether - The new private Terminal at Manchester Airport (Image- Toby Mitchell)

CAVU, founded by Manchester Airports Group, has unveiled its planned introduction of a private terminal called “aether” at Manchester Airport (MAN/EGCC) which will open later this year.

CAVU, which operates 24 lounges, has formed a strategic partnership with BMW and award-winning chef Adam Reid to deliver the new premium experience which will be available to all passengers flying from Manchester Airport.

Guest using the private terminal will be able to use either an express service, for those with just cabin bags or an inclusive service for those with checked bags on departure or arrival from the airport.

Packages include curated menus by Adam Reid, drinks and a private chauffeur service to your flight using BMW Vehicles such as the new all-electric i7.

Passengers can even invite non-flying guests to use the service until the point of departure to allow a proper farewell.

Martin Jones, CEO of CAVU, said: “The launch of aether marks a pivotal moment in our mission to redefine airport travel. Building upon the success of our existing lounges, we recognise the rising demand for premium yet accessible airport experiences. aether fills this gap, elevating the airport’s premium travel offerings.”

The premium service comes as Manchester Airport exceeds 200 destinations and demand for international travel from the North-West England hub is at an all-time high.

aether is expected to open on the 4th November 2024 and is available to book from 6th June.

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