Aegean Airlines moves to Manchester’s new Terminal 2

The carrier is the ninth to transfer its operations to the site, with more set to be added in the coming months  

Aegean Airlines has become the latest carrier to transfer operations over to Manchester Airport’s new Terminal Two building.  

The facility’s extension opened to the public on July 14, with Jet2 and TUI being the first to use it. The leisure carrier duo were then followed by Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Brussels Airlines, airBaltic and Ethiopian Airlines. 

Manchester Airport
Photo Manchester Airport 

The Greek operator is the ninth to fly from the new site, offering a thrice-weekly service to Athens.  

Further airlines are expected to move across in the coming months.  

World Duty Free Express opened at the new base, as well as bars, restaurants and other shopping amenities.  

The airport has also welcome the inauguration of food service company, HMSHOST International’s first hospitality facility.