Manchester Airport has announced it will temporarily close Terminals Two and Three because the number of travellers has fallen since the coronavirus outbreak.
From Wednesday, March 25, all flights will depart from and arrive to Terminal One. Staff will be on hand to assist travellers during the temporary closures.
People who may have departed from another terminal and have a car parked there will be contacted to make necessary arrangements to collect their vehicles.
Anyone who has booked a car parking spot or lounge access in Terminals Two or Three from Wednesday should contact their booking agent.
A statement from the Manchester Airport Group said: “Like all airports across the world, Manchester Airport has experienced a significant fall in passenger volumes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Given this reduction in departing and arriving flights, and the likelihood traffic will decline further, we have taken he decision to work towards operating from a single terminal.
“This will happen on Wednesday 25th March and all flights that were due to depart from Terminal Two and Terminal Three, will now do so from Terminal One. This means passengers should check-in and pass through security in Terminal One from this date.
“Anyone due to return to Manchester Airport will arrive into Terminal One, regardless of the Terminal they originally departed from. Those due to collect passengers from the Airport should also be aware of this change.
“We would like to thank our customers for their understanding, and would also like to place on record our thanks to our colleagues, who have shown huge dedication and professionalism during this challenging time.”
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