Manchester Airport welcomes Kuwait Airways’ direct flights between Kuwait and Manchester

Kuwait Airways set to launch direct flights to Manchester from 1st May Currently 49,000 passengers from the North of England travel there indirectly Inbound tourism boom predicted as pre-pandemic 23,000 people a year from Kuwait visited the North West, spending more than £22m Route set to be popular for students, with 2,960 currently studying at universities… Read the full press release

Manchester Airport welcomes the return of services to US destinations

From 8th November the USA is set to open for British passengers First flights from Manchester since the pandemic are set to depart to New York and Orlando on the same day with Virgin Atlantic Services to Houston and Atlanta are also set to return over the coming months with several airlines Three million people from… Read the full press release

Liverpool John Lennon Airport creates a sense of place for international passengers arriving into Liverpool

Liverpool, UK, 2019-Aug-29 — /Travel PR News/ — Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has just completed a project to create a warm welcome and lasting impression of the Airport, the City Region and the North West, for both visiting passengers and those returning home. The project has been delivered in partnership with the region’s destination marketing… Read the full press release

Manchester Airport launches campaign to celebrate all the things that make the North a great place

Pan-Northern campaign highlights how the region benefits from direct connectivity from Manchester Airport Organisations, tourism bodies and businesses from across the North welcome the growth and investment opportunities the airport gives all of the region More Than An Airport campaign highlights how Manchester unlocks, trade, community, business and tourism opportunities for the whole of the… Read the full press release

Manchester Airport welcomes Jet Airways’ five-times-a-week service to Mumbai

Huge trade and investment benefits from direct connection as businesses and organisations across the Northern Powerhouse welcome route Tourism benefit predicted for the North as UK is the second most popular long-haul destination for Indian visitors 130,000 passengers a year set to benefit from direct route, with 500,000 people of Indian origin living in Manchester… Read the full press release