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Charlottes go free at Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport

To mark the launch of American Airlines’ inaugural flight to Charlotte, North Carolina on May 23, Manchester Airport is offering anyone called Charlotte free access to its Escape Lounges in terminals one, two and three that day.

The daily service is one of many new long-haul routes at the UK’s third busiest airport this year, and as well as providing a direct route to North Carolina, it will provide a wealth of onward connectivity across North America and beyond.

All any Charlottes need to do, is present their passport and valid boarding card at one of the three lounges to gain complimentary access that day.

The Escape Lounges at Manchester Airport are normally charged at £18.99 and offer guests a peaceful setting with complimentary food and drinks, free Wi-Fi and a wide range of newspapers and magazines to read.

Beth Brewster, Retail Director at Manchester Airports Group said: “We hope people of every name enjoy the new route from Manchester Airport and are sure many will enjoy the relaxed surroundings of our award-winning lounges before their flights.

“The Escape Lounges offer something for every type of passenger - be that business or leisure - and we look forward to welcoming all Charlottes on May 23.”

Flights to Charlotte depart each day from Manchester at 14.25pm and will run until September 2014.

Other new routes this year include Hong Kong (Cathay Pacific), Vienna (Jet2), Jeddah (Saudia and Flynas) and Toronto (Air Canada Rouge).

 

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