UK Full reopening date for Manchester Airport confirmed last minute news
MetiNews.Com - Terminal 2 will be the last to reopen at the airport
Breaking News ! A reopening date has been announced for Terminal 2 at Manchester Airport. The doors to the terminal will reopen on July 15, airport bosses have confirmed. It will be the final terminal building to reopen after the airport went into partial lockdown as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. Only a small number of flights have been operating from Terminal 1 since the end of March. Read More Related Articles How to check which businesses are open near you More flights are beginning to depart from the airport as the country emerges from lockdown. Tomorrow (July 1), Terminal 3 will reopen to passengers. The terminal will be used by Ryanair, Air France, KLM, British Airways, Logonair and Eastern Airways. Passengers must wear a face covering around the airport under new measures Brad Miller, chief operating officer at Manchester Airport, said: "So as well as T3 opening on July 1 we are announcing that we are also opening Terminal 2 on July 15. And that's a reflection, we hope, of more flights starting to fly, to get back up and running, the green shoots of recovery.
. It's been lovely for myself and my team to be working on something positive, i.e. opening the terminal, because the last three months we've been working on closing things down and safely operating in just Terminal 1."
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The airport will look and feel different for passengers jetting off from Manchester Airport for holidays.
Hand sanitiser will be available to help keep your hands clean
Signs encouraging social distancing have been placed around the building, while hand sanitiser stations have been installed. All passengers will be required to wear facemasks in the airport. Social distancing will be encouraged, so anyone who is dropping off or picking up passengers will be urged to remain outside the building. Anyone who is suffering from coronavirus symptoms is asked not to travel.