Manchester Airport Terminals

Regarding the terminals, Manchester Airport has three terminals, the names of terminals are 1,2, and 3. Skylink links Terminals 1 and 2. However, a passenger can be aided by travelers, and be here in 10-15 minute walk. The Skylink also links terminals to the railway station complex, which is known as "The station," it also connects the Radisson BLU Hotel. Skylink 1 was established in 1993, while Skylink 2 was opened in September 1996, like the Radisson. Terminal 1 is working for airlines with schedules and charter operations, and those airlines fly to Europe, as well as other worldwide destinations. Terminal 1 is the largest terminal at Manchester Airport, it was established in 1962, and it serves as a base for EasyJet. Terminal 2 operates for a variety of airlines, which are operating both charters, as well as scheduled flights to many worldwide destinations. Terminal 2 owns 16 gates, 9 of them are air bridges. The current capacity of the terminal is 25 million passengers a year.