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Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport is the UK's third largest airport and with three terminals, currently handles 20 million passengers a year, offering direct flights to over 180 destinations worldwide by over 90 airlines.

The airport has numerous business facilities including conference and banqueting facilities (which include comprehensive range of audio-visual equipment, telephone and fax etc), fast track check in and executive lounges.

Disabled people are well catered for with special vehicles (ambulift, wheelchairs) available for transfer from the airport building to the aircraft and dedicated parking facilities as well as the usual disabled toilets, ramps and lifts. Numerous staff members are trained in sign language for the benefit of people with hearing difficulties.

All three terminals house several shops and places to eat and drink on both sides of security.

About Manchester

Manchester is a highly vibrant and dynamic city. Across the Greater Manchester region, you'll find a wonderful variety of things to see, do and experience. Manchester has all the hallmarks of a modern European city, with the international airport and modernised sports facilities thanks to its successful staging of the 2002 Commonwealth Games. This city saw the birth of club culture in the 1980s and it continues to thrive. The city boasts a major arts centre in the Lowry at Salford Quays, the Royal Exchange Theatre, Opera North and over 50 museums and galleries.

Must See in Manchester

Re-opened in May 2002 after a four year, £35 million transformation, the Manchester Art Gallery houses one of the world's finest collections of art, displayed in spectacular surroundings. The gallery won the 2004 Manchester Tourism Award.

Boggart Hole Clough park is an attractive haven for relaxation but also boasts a number of activities, from boating to athletics, and is well worth a visit. The park stages a number of cross-country events, mountain bike rides and an annual bonfire and firework display.

The Chinese Arts Centre offers changing contemporary arts exhibitions, workshops, education program and information on Chinese art and culture.

Formerly the spectacular host venue for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the City of Manchester Stadium is the most innovative sporting arena in the country and includes the Manchester City Experience, an interactive museum and stadium tour.

The Greater Manchester Police Museum is set in a Victorian police station built in 1879 and features the development of policing from the Peeler to the present day.

Dates for Your Diary

The Manchester International Short Film Festival (February) is the UK's largest independent short film festival and showcases over 300 short films at venues throughout Manchester.

Manchester Jazz Festival (July). Outdoor concerts take place each day in St Ann's Square alongside the Jazz Festival Market and the finale of the festival is in Albert Square.

Manchester Gay Pride week (mid August) is one of the biggest Pride events in Europe, offering a host of parties, parades and celebration.

In The City (late September to early October) (ITC) is an exciting international music convention, taking place in the heart of Manchester, centred on the Radisson Edwardian Hotel.

The Manchester Food & Drink Festival takes place in October showcasing many chic, world-class restaurants as well as the famed Curry Mile, real ale pubs and Chinatown.

Manchester Camerata's New Year Concerts take place every year at the Bridgewater Hall (Late December through to early January).