British Airways flights at Manchester airport will move to Terminal 3 from Sunday 27 March 2022.
Terminal 3 closed in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with all flights at the airport initially consolidated at Terminal 1.
This should also coincide with BA finally relaunching a daily service between Gatwick and Manchester after a delay of a year.
Occasional flights between London City and Manchester will also continue to operate. Weekend seasonal flights operated by BA CityFlyer between Manchester and Europe remain suspended.
In terms of lounge facilities for eligible passengers, it is assumed BA will provide access to the Escape Lounge at Terminal 3, as the BA lounge is reported to have closed.
Other Manchester Terminal Moves
Other airlines due to move to Terminal 3 at Manchester from this date include Aurigny, Blue Islands, Eastern Airways, Loganair and Ryanair.
Aer Lingus transatlantic flights, which are codeshared with BA, will continue to operate from Terminal 2.
BA’s Oneworld alliance partners such as Finnair, Iberia and Qatar Airways will also continue to operate from either Terminals 1 or 2.
Passengers can keep up to date with the latest terminal moves at the Manchester Airport website.