Manchester Flights Who Flys to Manchester Airport?

Flights to Manchester Airlines and Timetables

  Manchester Flights

The age of the low cost airline means that flights to Manchester often cost less than a train ticket, and with regular transport links from the airport into the city centre, you’ll be at your hotel in no time.

A number of airlines offer cheap internal flights to the city. If you’re travelling from Scotland, three airports offer direct flights to Manchester: Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. From Northern Ireland, direct flights are available from Belfast, and from other areas of England, you have the option of flying from Bristol, Exeter, Newquay, Norwich, Plymouth and Southampton. In addition, passengers from the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey can now also get hold of some very reasonably priced fares to Manchester Airport.

If you’re travelling from outside the UK, there’s a whole host of budget airlines that serve the North and North West of England – you may want to consider alternative airports like Leeds Bradford, Blackpool, or Liverpool, all of which are around an hour away from the city centre.