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Manchester Airport Meet & Greet T3
Provide cheap & secure Manchester Airport Parking
- Drop and collect in short term car park next to the terminal
- No transfers required
- 24 hour security guards, CCTV
Manchester Airport Meet & Greet T3 has been rated
by 24 previous customers.
You will be met at the airport
What is the drop-off procedure?When you reach car park (signposted Valet parking), press the help button and quote your car park booking reference number. You do not need to take a ticket. Once you have parked, unload your luggage and enter our Valet reception to deposit your key
What is the pick-up procedure?Enter our Valet reception and present your receipt. Your key will be returned alongside the name of the row your car is parked in. Cross the road behind reception and your car will be in the arrivals car park.
What security measures does the car park have?Cars are parked in a secure area with security fencing and controlled access
What else do I need to know?Maximum height 2m (6ft 6in). Trailers are not permitted. Parking bays are available for disabled drivers.
I was going to give a 4 star rating but then thought, what could have been done to make it better! Nice and easy, very quick at both dropping off and picking up, friendly staff, reasonable price. Will definitely use again.
Simon Green - 11 Jan 2015 13:09:28
15 Dec 2014 14:52:26
A fast and Convenient service
David Durrant - 17 Nov 2014 14:49:40
Convenient and hassle free.
Ian - 15 Nov 2014 10:24:02
A bit of a misnomer as compared with most other airports where you drop off/pick up outside the terminal building. More like a rental car experience in reverse, as it's well over 100 yards or so trek to the terminal, but it is efficient and cheaper than using the multi-storey car park which is where it is situated, so would happily use it again.
Adam - 02 Nov 2014 18:41:17
Very easy service to use. Makes travelling much easier. Staff always polite and efficient.
31 Oct 2014 11:54:34
Perfect and very convenient bang on T3.
Geoffrey Lagar - 27 Oct 2014 09:12:50
Yet again, service with a smile and a smooth handover. Will book again in a few weeks
Nick Everott - 30 Sep 2014 16:10:00
Very easy to use just and could not be closer to the terminal, would definitely use it again
Esther Barry - 21 Sep 2014 12:01:42
All went very smoothly - did what it said on the tin!
Nigel Watson - 19 Sep 2014 11:19:33
Map and Directions
Directions for Manchester Airport Meet & Greet T31. Exit the M56 at Junction 5 and follow the signposts for Terminals 1 and 3.
2. Go straight ahead at the set of traffic lights, you will see the Hilton Hotel, followed quickly by Bewleys Hotel, on your left hand side.
3. Shortly afterwards you will reach a roundabout, take the 2nd exit for T3 Meet&Greet (T3 M&G)
If you are able to enter latitude and longitude details into your Sat Nav, the following will be of use:
Arrival and Departure Procedures
Arrival: Press the help button at the entrance barrier. You'll be asked for your booking reference; you don't need to take a ticket. Park in the arrivals area, unload your luggage and go to valet parking reception to drop off your key. Your car will then be parked for you. You'll be given a receipt, which you should keep safe for your return.
Departure: Turn right out of arrivals. When you get to the taxi rank, cross to the other side of the road, where the multi-storey car parks are. Go straight ahead, past the multi-storey on your left, and you'll see the Meet and Greet reception.
You'll just need to show your receipt at reception, and then you can collect your keys. Your car will be parked next to reception.
A new bridge is being installed between junction 6 at Hale and junction 5 at Manchester Airport with the motorway totally closed in both directions between these junctions between 10pm on Friday 27 February and 5am on Monday 2 March.
Unless they are travelling to Manchester Airport drivers are being urged to totally avoid the eastbound M56 beyond junction 9 at Lymm Interchange with the M6 and the westbound M56 away from Manchester during the weekend.
For drivers without legitimate airport journeys good and clearly-signed alternative motorway routes will be available. Anyone wanting to use the eastbound M56 towards Manchester should use the M6, M62 and M60 instead. Drivers wanting to use the westbound M56 out of Manchester for example towards North Wales or the M6 to Birmingham or north should use the M60, M62 and M6 diversion instead.
All drivers but especially those heading to Manchester Airport for flights - are urged to leave extra time for journeys and check motorway conditions before setting out.
Highways Agency project manager Mark Mosley said,
It is vitally important drivers heed our advice and avoid using the eastbound M56 beyond junction 9 at Lymm or the westbound M56 away from Manchester unless they are going to Manchester Airport. If you are not going to the airport you will find it easier and quicker to use the official M6, M62, M60 diversion routes.
Anyone ignoring this advice will find themselves stuck in airport traffic with limited opportunities to turn back and take the proper diversion route.
Specific advice for drivers heading to Manchester airport from different areas includes:
· West Midlands drivers heading to Manchester Airport to use the normal route exiting the M6 at junction 19 and joining the eastbound M56 via the A556. A short diversion to the airport will be in place from junction 6 of the M56. All other drivers for example those heading into Manchester itself or beyond - must stay on the M6 and use the official M62 and M6 diversion route instead
· North Wales, Cheshire and Merseyside drivers heading to Manchester Airport to join or stay on the eastbound M56 as normal and use the short diversion route from junction 6. All other drivers for example those heading into Manchester itself or beyond - must stay on the M6 and use the official M62 and M60 diversion route instead
· drivers heading to the airport from parts of Cheshire East and Greater Manchester will be able to use the westbound M56 and junction 5 exit for the airport as normal. All other traffic for example drivers heading out of Manchester towards North Wales or to the M6 for Birmingham or the north - will need to use the M60, M62 and M6 diversion route. There will be no westbound access to the M56 beyond Manchester Airport
· anyone crossing the Pennines from West Yorkshire will still be able to take the usual M60 and M56 route to Manchester Airport leaving the westbound M56 at junction 5. Again, there will be no westbound access to the M56 beyond Manchester Airport and drivers heading towards North Wales or the M6 for Birmingham will need to use the M60, M62 and M6 diversion route
· anyone from the North East heading south along the M6 for example via the A66 at Penrith - and planning to reach the airport from the eastbound M56 towards Manchester can do so as normal but will need to use the short diversion to the airport in place from junction 6 at Hale. There will be no access into Manchester itself for drivers from the North East using the eastbound M56. Drivers from the North East heading to Manchester itself will need to use the M6, M62 and M60 diversion route. Drivers from the North East heading south along the M6 in Lancashire can alternatively use the M61 south of Preston and join the M60 route onto the westbound M56 to the airport
· drivers from Cumbria or Lancashire are advised to use the westbound M56 route to Manchester Airport using the M60 from the M61 or M66 rather than the eastbound M56 from Lymm Interchange
More information including maps of the diversion route and advice for local traffic - is available on http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/road-projects/M56-Thorley-Lane-Scheme
All drivers are urged to check travel conditions before setting out on journeys.
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