Opened at the same time as the second terminal in 1993, the station at Manchester Airport is an easily accessible entry and exit point for anyone catching, or disembarking from, a flight; it’s also extremely convenient for the 3000 plus members of airport staff. With services running the 9-mile journey between the airport and Manchester Piccadilly Station, being situated within the airport itself the station allows passengers to access all terminals easily.
The contemporary exterior of the station carries on with the architecturally impressive elevated walkways - ‘Sky Link’, and the four platforms continue the space-age theme. Nearly 6 million passengers use the station annually, choosing the convenience of train over car to make the journey.
The station is located within the airport complex, and it takes approximately 10 minutes to walk, via Sky Link to the terminals.
Manchester Airport Station is a little over 9 miles from Manchester Piccadilly, situated in the city centre.
Manchester Airport Station doesn’t have any car parking facilities.
No, Manchester Airport Station lacks bike storage facilities.
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