Direct flights from Manchester MAN
At Manchester Airport you find connections to most parts of Europe, together with a bunch of flights to other parts of the world. Find out more about the airport and see all departing direct flights.
Manchester Airport (IATA: MAN, ICAO: EGCC) is a large airport in the United Kingdom. There are on avarage 255 passenger flights scheduled to take-off from Manchester every day to 170 non-stop destinations in 49 countries and 6 U.S states. Airlines flying direct from Manchester (MAN) include easyJet, Ryanair, Jet2 and 43 others.
Non-stop routes from MAN:
Manchester Airport – travel guide
Manchester airport is the third busiest airport in the UK in terms of passenger numbers after London Heathrow and Gatwick, handling millions of travelers every year. More than 40 airlines provide direct services from Manchester to some 170 destinations across the globe.
Travel tip! If you want to find all live departures and arrivals at Manchester Airport, please visit airportinformation.com.
How to get there
Manchester airport is situated about 14 km south of the city center and is accessible via a number of transport methods.
Drivers can choose from long and short-stay parking options that can be booked online in advance, with dedicated motorcycle parking also available.
The base is also home to a railway station offering connections to more than 100 destinations across northern England and further afield - including Sheffield, Newcastle, Liverpool and north Wales - with TransPennine Express and Northern Rail.
Airport passengers can connect to the Metrolink tram system via train services from Manchester Piccadilly and also catch National Express coaches from a number of key locations throughout the UK, including London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
At the airport
At Manchester airport's three terminals, passengers will find a range of amenities to help them make some last-minute preparations for their trip or relax before catching their flight.
Well-known fashion brands such as JD Sports and Boots provide the opportunity for visitors to pick up some new clothes and accessories for their break, while shoppers looking for a good holiday read can head to WHSmith.
Travelers who have some time to kill before boarding their flight can also enjoy some of Manchester Airport's culinary offerings. The selection of dining venues spread across the three terminals includes the Trattoria Milano Italian restaurant and Caffé Nero.
Passengers with reduced mobility catching flights to Paris and other destinations from Manchester can make use of the assistance service available at the airport, while families can get their holidays off to a fun start by visiting the play areas.
Passengers can enjoy a bit of luxury at one of Manchester airport's lounges, which are situated in all three terminals. Other amenities and services on offer at Manchester airport include a shower and change facility provided by the Radisson SAS hotel and two multi-faith prayer rooms that are open to all, 24 hours a day.
Hotels near Manchester Airport
The broad range of hotels available at or near Manchester airport provides options for travelers on all budgets.
Holidaymakers willing to pay for comfort and luxury can choose from four-star properties such as the Radisson Blu and Marriott hotels, all of which are located on site or around the perimeter of the base.
There are also plenty of more affordable accommodation options, such as the two-star Pymgate Lodge.
Airlines with flights from Manchester Airport
There are 46 different airlines at Manchester (MAN) with direct flights to 170 destinations in 49 countries.
Manchester (MAN) facts
HubsRyanair (Operating base.)easyJet (Operating base.)Jet2 (Operating base. )Virgin Atlantic
Flights per day1389
TerminalsTerminal 1Terminal 2Terminal 3
Transfer time44 minutes