With England returning to a national lockdown for a minimum period of four weeks from Thursday 5 November, Manchester Airport is moving all its operations into Terminal One in response to the drop in passenger numbers.
The airport has taken the decision to operate all flights from Terminal One only from Wednesday 11 November, until further notice.
From this date, all passengers will depart and arrive from this terminal and should not use Terminals Two and Three.
Passengers returning to Manchester after this date whose vehicles are parked in the Terminal Three Multi Storey Car Park will be contacted to advise them of this change.
UK Government guidance states that if you live in England, you cannot travel overseas or within the UK between Thursday 5 November and Wednesday 2 December, unless for work, education or other legally permitted reasons, and you should look to reduce the number of journeys you make.
For those planning to travel into England, you should check the current travel corridor list to see whether you need to isolate for 14 days.
The UK Government continues to advise against all but essential foreign travel and ignoring this guidance may invalidate travellers’ insurance policies.
As a result of the lockdown, we expect that a number of airlines will scale back or cancel services during this period. Refunds for cancelled flights are subject to the policy of the airline.
Passengers are advised to contact their airline if they have any queries regarding service availability. They are also encouraged to thoroughly read all guidance relating to coronavirus from both the UK government and the authorities in their destination before travelling.