Manchester Airport has released the latest artist’s impressions and a fly-through video of what the airport will look like following a a £1bn investment.
The project will see the demolition of Terminal 1, and a 900,000 sq ft extension to Terminal 2, alongside the construction of multi-storey car parks and new landing piers.
The Manchester Airport Transformation Programme is aiming to increase capacity from 20 million to 30 million annual passengers by 2025.
The programme is made up of 60 enhancements, including the expansion and reconfiguration of Terminal 2 to become the airport’s main terminal building, along with further improvements of Terminal 3 to cater for increased demand and an expanding flight schedule.
The architect is Pascall & Watson, Arcadis is project manager and Jacobs is the engineer. Laing O’Rourke is the contractor.
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