- Great service very convenient, booked again for September. Just a bit of a queue last time, but not a big problem
Published on: 22 June 2016
Looking to start your holiday in style? Then swerve the queues and head straight to the check-in desks with Manchester Airport Meet & Greet Terminal 2. Get a quote now for your fast-track to the ultimate solution in Manchester Airport parking.
Banish that busy transfer bus forever with Manchester Meet & Greet Terminal 2 parking. It couldn't be simpler, just drive into the valet parking at Terminal 2's short-stay car park where a fully insured and licenced valet will whisk your car off to a safe and secure location, leaving you with just a five minute stroll to the terminal.
Collecting your car is equally easy, with incoming flights constantly monitored to ensure your car is ready and waiting as you leave the terminal. Just make your way to the Meet & Greet office, pick up your keys and off you go.
There’s no need to fret about your car while you're away, either. Relax in the knowledge that your vehicle will be secure in a car park that’s manned 24 hours, watched over by CCTV and a recipient of the Police approved Park Mark® Safer Parking award.
The following information is required when booking this service: outbound and inbound flight details, your car information and a contact telephone number, preferably a mobile.
Please note, we are happy to amend parking details without charge, providing you give provide notice of at least 24 hours before your departure date.
Vehicle height restrictions apply and trailer are not permitted
Exit M56 at Junction 5, stay in the left hand lane following signs for Terminal 2. At the first roundabout, take 2nd exit, signposted Terminal 2. At the next roundabout, with the Radisson Hotel in front of you, take the 2nd exit, signposted T2 arrivals. Proceed around the corner, carrying straight past the "no entry" lanes and the over-height car park (former location of Meet & Greet parking) and the entrance to the new drop off area is 4th exit on the left-hand side.