Facilities and Services at Manchester Airport
With almost a hundred airlines flying daily to and from Manchester Airport, quite literally millions of flights pass its gates every year. And, as you might expect at such a leading international airport, the facilities and services provided are comprehensive.
Shoppers at the airport can enjoy a vast range of big brands offering everything from electrical goods to luxury items, whilst diners can choose from a selection of restaurants, fast food providers, bars, coffee shops and more. It really does have everything covered.
Facilities and Services at Birmingham Airport
The UK's third largest airport outside London, Birmingham Airport welcomes around 10 million passengers every year on flights operated by fifty airlines to 143 direct routes, including frequent services to major European hubs alongside daily flights to and from New York, Istanbul, and Dubai.
Shoppers at Birmingham Airport can explore a plethora of big name retail brands, as well as find a wide range of liquor, beauty, accessories, confectionery and luxury brands in the World Duty Free store. The options for diners are just as comprehensive with everything from classy champagne bars to fast food outlets and family restaurants on offer.
Facilities and Services at Liverpool Airport
One of the UK’s most up-and-coming airports, Liverpool John Lennon Airport welcomes nearly 5 million passengers every year taking flights to around 60 destinations in the UK and across Europe.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers shoppers and diners alike a huge range of names familiar to them from the high street, as well as the opportunity to make big savings on top brands in World Duty Free.
Car Rentals to Wrexham
A number of car hire options are available at all three airports, and you can arrange your car hire through Expedia, picking yourself up a great deal and saving yourself time when your flight lands
When to Book a Flight to Wrexham
There is always plenty to do in Wrexham – whether it’s the busy city scene, with its shopping, eating out, pubs and clubs, or the wealth of outdoor pursuits and heritage to explore on its doorstep.
Nonetheless, April sees Wrexham welcome FOCUS Wales, a four day festival of music and comedy. Attracting over 5,000 people to the town, the event is an absolute must for fans of music and comedy alike, with over 150 bands across 15 stages, as well as 3 days of comedy and interactive sessions and events.