Manchester Airport has revealed plans for a new £1.6M lounge to open in Terminal Three.
The lounge will be named 1903 in honour of the year of the Wright Brothers first flight and will cater exclusively for adults, with only those above the age of 16 permitted entrance.
1903 will hold up to 71 people and offer guests a chance to begin their holidays in style by taking advantage of all-inclusive food and drinks including premium champagne and prosecco.
Unlimited free Wi-Fi along with free scanning, printing, fax facilities and work stations will be available for those who have business matters to take care of before take-off.
Ken O’Toole, CEO of Manchester Airport, said: “We’re looking forward to the launch of 1903 in Terminal Three. It’s in a prime location and will offer passengers a real slice of luxury before their flight. We continually listen to the needs of our passengers and 1903 offers something different from our existing airport lounges.”
Travellers who pre-book can gain entry for £30, while standard entry would cost £35. Users of 1903 will also be granted a Fast Tack security pass directly to the lounge.
Tickets for the lounge go on sale from 1st February 2017.
Beth Brewster, Executive Vice President of Business Development & Lounges for Manchester Airports Group, said: “1903 at Manchester Airport will be our flagship lounge for the brand and will provide passengers travelling through Terminal Three with the opportunity to begin their travel in the most enjoyable and relaxing manner possible. We expect to roll the brand out in due course to our other airports.”
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