Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has released pictures of the new PremiAir terminal at Manchester Airport.
The terminal, which is now open and welcoming passengers travelling with 23 airlines, is operated entirely in-house by MAG’s own specialist team, and designed for passengers looking for an extra level of convenience and comfort.
Separate from the main terminals on the western edge of the airfield, the facility has been designed to be flooded with natural light and comes with complimentary high-speed wi-fi, signature refreshments and authentic cuisine made fresh to order.
The menu changes weekly, but PremiAir’s guests can expect dishes such as Asian pork bao buns served in individual bamboo steamers and delicious fresh fruit patisserie.
Mart Louwerse, general manager of PremiAir, said, “We are delighted to have 23 airlines on board and we hope to add to that list in the coming months, to give an ever bigger slice of Manchester Airport’s passengers the opportunity to sample the private jet experience at Manchester. Guests are welcome to use PremiAir, whether they’re traveling to a vital business meeting or as an extra special start to the holiday of a lifetime.”
PremiAir also offers groups of between five and 50 guests access to one of its three private suites. These are all located before security, meaning non-traveling guests can also join group events and meetings.