in Aerospace

MAG opens PremiAir

Posted 30 January 2020 · Add Comment

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) last night marked the official opening of its brand new private terminal, PremiAir, at Manchester Airport.



Above: Cutting the ribbon at PremiAir’s official opening, Andrew Cowan, CEO, Manchester Airport and Andrew Harrison, CEO, Airport Services, MAG.
Courtesy MAG


During the event, local business representatives, other stakeholders and VIP guests were among the invitees who were able to see the innovative product and get a feel for the new concept.

PremiAir offers business and leisure travellers a streamlined departure, the ultimate pre-flight treatment, and the smoothest possible arrival at Manchester - with no private jet required. PremiAir aims to add extra comfort and a luxury experience for its guests, offering fast baggage processing, a lounge with complimentary food and drink, along with a dedicated security channel.



PremiAir is currently partnering with 25 airlines including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Cathay Pacific. Any passengers travelling with these carriers can make a booking through the PremiAir website.

Andrew Harrison, CEO, MAG Airport Services said: “It is a pleasure to see PremiAir officially up and running, offering a second to none experience for business and leisure guests alike. Manchester Airport is the first UK airport to introduce this innovative concept which is a result of months of hard work and dedication from MAG’s teams.

“This great new option is an example of MAG’s strategy of offering more of its own brands and products to its customers, from the car park right through to the departure gate. This approach is unique among major UK airports and gives our passengers the best possible choice during their journey.

“We can’t wait to welcome guests to PremiAir, as an unforgettable beginning and end of their journey.”

 

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

BA targets reducing single-use plastic on flights

British Airways today announced a new target to remove more than 700 tonnes of single-use plastic on board its flights in 2020, amounting to more than a quarter of a billion individual items of plastic and equivalent to more than 30,000

Dstl offers veterans a second career

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is leading a new venture to offer second careers to military veterans.

UK cyber entrepreneurs meet world's experts in Silicon Valley

An exciting mix of innovative start-ups are flying the flag for the UK at a prestigious conference on cyber security in California’s Silicon Valley.

British-made Royal Navy helicopters displayed onboard HMS Prince of Wales

Visitors to the aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales, which will dock in Liverpool to welcome members of the public from 29th February to 1st March, will be able to see advanced military helicopters built in Yeovil, Somerset, alongside

A&D manufacturers exploring Industry 4.0 to drive digital transformation

IFS has released research which shows a large proportion of aerospace and defence (A&D) manufacturing decision-makers are actively considering integrating Industry 4.0 technologies to spearhead their digital transformation

Dyer & Butler appoints Richard Walker as COO

Dyer & Butler has announced the appointment of Richard Walker as Chief Operating Officer (COO).

ODU 0201311219
See us at
DVD 2020AMAS BT0312270220VIDSE BT1605060320FIL20BT010819260720S&P BT241019040320SMI favws BT0602040620