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Important information for Jet2.com passengers

From Wednesday 11th April some Jet2.com flights will now arrive and depart from Terminal 2.  Passengers on flights to and from Lanzarote, Malaga, Palma and Tenerife; your flights will now operate from Terminal 2.  All other Jet2.com flights will operate as planned from Terminal 1 – check-in area B. 

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Manchester Airport Transformation Programme passenger notice - changes to Terminal 2

As part of the £1bn redevelopment of Manchester Airport we are making some changes to the facilities in and around Terminal 2 over the next couple of years. These will include some changes to where passengers drop off, pick up and park, along with some minor alterations to the road network.

From Thursday 19th October 00.01, the departures forecourt at Terminal 2 will no longer be accessible for passenger drop off. Passengers will be directed to a new departures forecourt which will be located on the ground floor of the multi-storey. Please note that the height-restriction for this drop-off facility is 2.0m. Vehicles above this height can use the over-height car park or other suitable car parking products, see website for more information.

There will be plenty of signage directing you but please leave some extra time for your journey if you are not familiar with the airport layout.

Passengers who require a disabled bay in the multi-storey car park will find them located on levels 1, 2 and 3. There is plenty of signage to help you find your way and the postcode remains M90 4ZY.

If you have any questions about this or the programme in general then please contact 0800 042 0213.

To find out more about our exciting transformation programme, visit our dedicated website here.

Travel updates which may affect your journey to and from the airport

Roadworks

Please be aware that there are currently roadworks at and around the airport, and some road layouts may have changed. Please follow airport signage and follow diversions. You may need to allow extra time for your journey.

“Hilton Junction” (M56 Airport Spur, Outwood Lane and Ringway Road West Intersection)

Work continues to remodel the “Hilton” junction where M56 spur, Outwood Lane and Ringway Road West meet. This is on track for completion in late March.

  • To permit final construction and surfacing works to take place, a series of overnight closures will commence next week at the junction and the M56 spur (between the junction and T2 roundabout)
  • The night closures will be on 7/8/9/12/13/14/15/16 March and generally run 2000-0400* (*TBC)
  • During these closure periods, traffic will be directed off M56 exit spur road at T2 roundabout. Diversion signage will direct drivers to T1/2/3, as appropriate.

Styal Road/Hollin Lane (B5166) - A6 Manchester Airport Relief Road (SEMMMs) Construction

Temporary traffic lights are in use on Styal Road. Please allow extra time for your journey.

Outwood Lane

Preliminary works to construct a new roundabout on Outwood Lane (at the junction with Terminal Road North) are underway.

Thorley Lane/Runger Lane

From Tuesday 13th February, pedestrian improvements to Runger Lane/Thorley Lane will begin. There will be traffic signals which be moved in sections as these works are carried out. All works on the carriageway will be subject to off-peak hours (09:30 – 16:00 Monday to Friday).

A555 Westbound Closure from 12th February

Essential drainage repair works under the carriageway will require the closure of A555 westbound between Handforth and A34, 24 hours a day for 17 weeks from 12th February.  Traffic will be diverted via Stanley Road. More information

Handforth

A 10-week programme of roadworks is underway in the Station Road area of Handforth. Detailed information about the scheme can be found online at: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/highways and live updates from site will be tweeted from @CECHighways. The programme is expected to continue through to early April.

Motorway Network

M56 “Sharston Link” Resurfacing – The commencement of narrow lanes is expected from 17th March (starting on the eastbound link and moving to westbound link). There will be some overnight total closures to install narrow lanes from the 17th March to the 24th March but these will be programmed to minimise disruption.

M60 Smart Motorway Project - Electronic speed limit signs are in operation on M60 junctions 8 – 10 and M62 junctions 18-20. More information

M60 Junctions 12 and 11 - A revised road layout is in place until March 2018. Though not reducing the number of lanes expect some delays as people get used to this new road layout.

M56 – Junctions 1-7 – there is a project to replace central barriers from now until July. This will be night work which may result in some lane closures

Rail News

The railway line between Manchester and Preston, via Bolton, is being upgraded/electrified. Therefore, weekend works until May 2018 may impact on Transpennine Express and Northern Rail services (with replacement bus services in use). Please check www.nationalrail.co.uk before you travel.