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Most Manchester Airport car rental companies are located in the Manchester Airport Car Rental Village, which can be reached via designated free buses departing from any Manchester Airport terminal every 10 minutes.
The Rental Village is open 7 days a week, but the daily opening hours vary depending on the car rental company.
Manchester Airport is located on the M56 motorway at Exit #5, and the M56 offers direct access to the M6 and M60 motorways, making it easy to reach from the north or south.
If you are driving to the airport from the outskirts or downtown Manchester, follow the signs for the A34 or A5103 federal highway.
There are three terminals at Manchester Airport. When travelling to the airport, you should inquire in advance from which terminal you are departing.
The terminals are clearly signposted. The postcode for the airport is M90 1QX, if you want to enter the address in the navigation device.
Manchester Airport serves the largest number of destinations of any airport in the UK and as such is able to offer passengers a wide range of destinations both near and far.
Indeed, for an airport outside a state capital, the intercontinental connections from Manchester are impressive.
The airport also has a large number of UK charter operators, including Thomson, Thomas Cook and Jet2, as well as renowned airlines such as British Airways (flights to London LHR), Emirates, Etihad and Lufthansa.
Charter and scheduled flights to all over Europe and the rest of the world from these airlines: EasyJet, Jet2, Small Planet Airlines, Thomas Cook, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Swiss, and Turkish Airlines.
Charter and scheduled flights to mainly international destinations, but also to some European destinations. Airlines are the following: Monarch, Thomson Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air Malta, Qatar Airways, Tunisair, and United Airlines. The terminal is about 10 minutes walk from the other two terminals 1 and 3.
Scheduled domestic, European and some intercontinental flights. operators are: Flybe, Ryanair, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, BMI Regional, Brussels Airlines, and KLM. The terminal is located east of Terminal 1, but has no internal connection to it.
All terminals at Manchester Airport are fully equipped to cater for all tastes and offer a wide range of culinary experiences.
Terminal 1 is home to a variety of restaurants including Burger King's fast food, the Giraffe Restaurant, a Grain Loft Pub and cafés, including Starbucks.
There is a drinking water dispenser in Terminal 1 immediately after the security check, before you enter the duty-free shopping area where you can refill your empty water bottles.
Terminal 2 offers a large number of different opportunities to eat a snack and satisfy even the greatest appetite: for fast food, another Burger King, the Italian-American fusion restaurant "Frankie and Benny's", the pub "Spinning Jenny" and even Café Nero for those of you who need a caffeine boost for your early morning flights.
Terminal 3 awaits you with a selection of culinary delights. Costa Coffee offers a variety of hot drinks and snacks, while the food village serves a quick main meal. If you have a little more time in Terminal 3, visit the Trattoria Milano - an Italian restaurant, and the "Lion and Antelope", a pub with warm food.
Manchester Airport has a variety of shopping facilities for cost-conscious shoppers, including the obligatory duty-free shop (tax-free only for flights outside the European Union!).
Each terminal has a branch of the ubiquitous electronics store Dixons, where you can find travel adapters and, if you need them, large appliances such as a 52-inch plasma screen to take with you on your flight.
There is also a branch of the British drugstore boots in every terminal, for medicines, travel adapters and reasonably priced and reasonably priced packed sandwiches.
The WHSmith kiosk and newspaper shop is also present in every terminal at Manchester Airport. Smiths (as it is also called) is the place to buy a newspaper, magazine, book or drink and travel adapter before departure.
British clothing retailers are also represented at Manchester Airport. Monsoon (Terminals 1 & 2) and Next (Terminal 1) offer trendy fashion collections if you still need clothes for travelling or at home.
Internet via Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport for 60 minutes every 24 hours. A paid premium service is also available, which allows faster download speeds for more intensive use - perfect for watching loads videos before your flight. Prices are L 5 per hour, L 10 per day and L 30 per mont
The shower facilities are located in Terminal 2 and cost L 6.50 per person. Terminals 2 and 3 contain two multi-religious prayer rooms. Terminals 1 and 2 provide outdoor smoking areas to comply with the UK smoking ban.
Withdrawal and exchange facilities are readily available in each of the terminals. The vending machine of Raphaels' Banks at the airport offers such a bad exchange rate, which is far from being "free" because you still pay fees to use it.
There are four hotels within the airport area and others nearby, as well as in the neighbouring towns of Wilmslow and Altrincham.