New Routes from Manchester
Manchester airport will be home to two new services this winter as low-fares airline easyJet unveiled their new routes to Sofia in Bulgaria and Geneva in Switzerland.
With the destinations popular amongst winter sports enthusiasts, easyJet are hoping the new services will bring more passengers through the Manchester hub as the routes offer access to nearby ski resorts in the Alps and the Pirin Mountain range. The service to Geneva is also expected to become an important business link between the two cities. EasyJet, with the two new routes, now serve seven destinations from the airport and will commence a service to Alicante in September.
If you're planning on taking advantage of the new routes from Manchester airport, remember to book your parking once you've booked your tickets to ensure maximum savings. When you pre-book your airport parking at Manchester Airparks Gold, now with transfers to Terminal 3, you're guaranteed a parking space for a low price. Take a look:
from £4.20 per day
8 days parking from £33.50
15 days parking from £63.00
Manchester Airparks Gold offer the closest off-airport car park to the terminals with 24 hour courtesy buses providing a quick, free, transfer for you and your luggage. Parking at Manchester Airparks Gold also delivers peace of mind as well as savings. Security measures in place at this facility include razor wire perimeter fencing, extensive CCTV coverage and regular security patrols. Identification requests on drop off and collection mean that only you will be able to drive your car away.
For all the latest travel news and for great prices on Manchester airport parking, remember to check back with Airparks.
Published By: Tony J.W Hill
Published On: July 15th 2008
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