Manchester Airport Tops Leader-Board for New Routes Added this Summer

Despite the weather suggesting otherwise summer is officially here and with a huge number of new routes flying out of Manchester Airport, Manchester Airport Parking Centre getting are set for a busy season.

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(PRWEB) July 20, 2012

Manchester Airport has recorded a whole year of continuous growth and has cemented its position as the third largest airport in the country, knocking Stansted down into fourth place. With the highest customer numbers since the recession the airport is hoping for a record breaking summer.

There are a huge number of new destinations flying out of Manchester each week throughout the summer months, from a range of providers.

Ryanair have just returned to the airport and made it their 45th base, which has brought the total of Ryanair routes out of the Manchester port up to 27. The latest additions for this Summer are Biarritz, Beziers, Ibiza, Murcia, Barcelona Reus, Tallinn, Tours and Valencia.

Easyjet and Lufthansa have both added routes to Berlin, with the former also flying to Madrid, and the latter heading to the gateway at Brandenburg.

Jet2 are rapidly expanding across the country and none more so than at Manchester, with 10 routes flying every year, the most recent additions Barcelona, Pula and Toulouse have called for the carrier to add an extra aircraft to be based at the site.

Terminal 2 at Manchester Airport is also host to a variety of new routes, Monarch have added Milan, Venice and Verona to their roster, meaning their Italian presence has moved up a notch. The airport is also setting itself up as a great access point to Asia and Australasia with Turkish Airlines increasing their weekly flights from 7 to 10 to Istanbul. And passengers wishing to travel to the States are now able to take advantage of the new Manchester to Washington Dulles service.

Additional airport parking has been introduced to cope with the expected rise in passengers and Manchester Airport Parking Centre are poised to deal with the rush.

Parking at the airport can sometimes be an unwanted and costly, additional expense of taking a holiday but Manchester Airport Parking Centre make the process simple and as cheap as possible. Their best price guarantee promises customers that they will not find their parking cheaper anywhere else and if they do they will be entitled to a refund.

With so many new routes, flights and carriers arriving at Manchester this Summer and beyond, passenger numbers are expected to swell to well over 19million and airport parking is going to be more popular than ever.

Many people from Manchester’s surrounding towns use the big city airport for their holidays and most holidaymakers travelling in from them prefer to take their own cars on the journey, so parking at the airport is a necessity. It is with this in mind that

Manchester Airport Parking Centre decided to re-launch their best price guarantee.

Manchester Airport also have many pre-existing routes that are remaining popular despite the economic downturn and more and more carriers are becoming a permanent fixture at both Terminal 1 and 2. Major names touching down at Manchester Airport this year include the likes of KLM, Thomas Cook, Etihad, FlyBe and Icelandair, and big American airlines like Delta, Virgin Atlantic and United.

No matter where Britons fancy travelling this year or next, Manchester Airport is sure to have a flight for them, and with great customer service, two state of the art terminals and exclusive lounges to relax in while their cars take a deserved break in one of the on-site parking areas any holiday is bound to start off great.