KLM and Air France have become the latest airlines to move across to Manchester Airport’s new £1bn ‘super-terminal’.
KLM’s Amsterdam flights and Air France’s route to Paris Charles de Gaulle have migrated to Terminal Two, which opened in mid-July.
Passengers with Manchester Airport car park or lounge bookings will have them moved across and will be notified accordingly.
More than a dozen airlines, including Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways, are now operating from the terminal. With travel restrictions continuing to ease, further airlines are expected to move across in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, Manchester-based Italian restaurant San Carlo will open a new venue in the terminal’s departures area tomorrow (Thursday) and coffee artisans Pot Kettle Black will open on Monday (October 4).