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Gallery and Facts
Manchester Airport is England and the UK’s 3rd busiest airport. It is based in Ringway, Manchester and is the biggest airport outside of the London region. Last year they had 19,736,502 passengers flying to or from the airport, this is more than double that of their closest non-London based airport.
Due to it’s location Manchester Airport was originally named as Ringway Airport when it was initially opened on the 25th of June, 1938. During the second World War, and again from 1975, it was called RAF Ringway. It wasn’t until 1986 that Manchester Airport took it’s official name of Manchester International Airport.
The airport has excellent facilities to cater for both business and leisure traveller, with on-site hotels and nearby B&Bs, on-airport and off-airport car parks, and excellent public transport connections.
Looking for a taxi to or from Manchester Airport? The Manchester Airport Guide work with some very reputable Manchester taxi firms, book in advance for cheaper rates!