All airlines flying from Manchester Airport allow you to take one bag of airport shopping on board along with your hand luggage. There’s now no reason not to take advantage of airport exclusives from your favourite brands or stock up on those last minute holiday essentials. Spotted something you can’t resist? Our Shop Now Collect on Return service means you can buy before you fly without having to struggle with the extra bags. Simply collect your shopping on your return journey, absolutely free.
|Wine, spirits and other liqueurs||1 litre of spirits or strong liqueurs over 22% volume. 2 litres of fortified wine (such as port or sherry), sparkling wine or any other alcoholic drink that's less than 22% volume. 4 litres of wine (not sparkling)|
|All other goods (perfume, gifts)||£390|
Go to the Green Channel if you have nothing to declare.
If your journey started in a non-EU country and you arrived directly in the UK or arrived via an airport in another EU country where you did not pass through customs controls with ALL of your baggage, only go through the Green "nothing to declare" Channel if you are sure that you have no more than the Customs Allowances and no prohibited or restricted goods.
Go to the Red Channel if you have something to declare. You must declare any goods in excess of the allowances shown above.
Customs carry out selective checks to look for the following banned or restricted goods:
Any traveller arriving in the UK may still be asked some questions to help protect the UK against illegal import of these items. HM Customs and Excise needs your help to prevent smuggling.
If you're flying via an EU airport to a country outside the EU (e.g. Manchester to Johannesburg via Amsterdam), and you are in possession of a boarding card for your final destination, you can still buy goods at both duty and tax free prices at Manchester Airport.
There are strict controls on the import of meat food and plants and the guidelines should be adhered to. If you bring items that are not allowed or exceed the allowances there are penalties. To check allowances please visit www.defra.gov.uk.