Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways and Brussels Airlines have moved across to Manchester Airport’s new Terminal Two, which opened last week.
They will be joined by airBaltic from today (July 21) and by Ethiopian Airlines tomorrow. New to Manchester, airBaltic began services to Riga in Latvia earlier this month.
The flagship terminal opened last week with new shops, bars and restaurants.
M&S opens its new store in Terminal Two Arrivals today and Accessorize’s outlet in Departures will open tomorrow.
More retails outlets will open as further airlines move across over the summer and passenger numbers increase.
The terminal also has two lounges – Escape and 1903 – with a combined capacity of 400 passengers. Escape Lounge prices start from £19.99 and 1903 Lounge from £32.50.