by prestwichfocus on 11 July, 2018
Drop-off charges at Manchester Airport come into force yesterday (10 July 2018). Drivers dropping passengers off will be charged £3 for five minute stays, or £4 for ten minute stays.
Alternatively motorists can use a free drop-off area and catch a shuttle bus to the correct terminal, located at the current Jetparks 1 site, near to Terminal 2. Blue badge holders are allowed to drop off outside of the terminals free of charge.
There is no change to arrangements for picking people up, with those collecting passengers asked to park in the car parks at each terminal, which cost £4 for 30 minutes.
Manchester Airport is partially owned by the ten Greater Manchester Councils. Apparently profits will go toward a new public transport fund for Greater Manchester and Cheshire East to improve access for both staff and passengers who use public transport. More information.
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