As part of its £1bn Transformation Programme (MAN-TP), the drop off at Manchester Airport Terminal 2 has changed.
Instead of using the ramp at the front of the building, passengers are now being asked to drop off at the ground level in a specially commissioned forecourt.
Works began this summer on the £1bn MAN-TP, which will deliver a world-class customer experience and state of the art facilities at the UK’s third biggest airport.
Through 2019/20, passengers will see major changes to the airport, with Terminal Two growing by 160% and offering the latest technological advances in travel, and a wealth of new retail and food and beverage outlets.
A Manchester Airport spokesman said:
“As we look to transform Manchester Airport through our £1bn development, we have made some changes to the drop off area at Manchester Airport Terminal Two.
“From 19th October we are asking customers to drop off at the ground level, before using lifts to access the departure level. Drop off remains free of charge.
“We want all passengers to have a smooth and stress-free experience, so we will have marshals and traffic signs in place to help passengers find their way. We have also been posting helpful information on social media to pre-warn people.”
For further information on the transformation programme, passengers can log onto a dedicated website.