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MAG-led consortium looks to operate and develop Sofia Airport in Bulgaria

Manchester Airports Group (MAG), the operator of Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands airports in the UK, is looking to expand its portfolio by submitting a tender to operate Sofia Airport in Bulgaria. MAG’s bid will be supported by Chinese construction giant BCEG, which is already working with MAG in Manchester. According to MAG, a […]

MAG launches dedicated technology team to modernize the passenger experience

Manchester Airports Group (MAG), the operator of Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands airports, has launched its own technology and e-commerce business to respond to changes in the way passengers travel in the digital era. MAG-O, located on site at Manchester Airport, has recruited a team of 65 experts attracted by the challenge of modernizing […]

Manchester Airport Transformation Program – watch the T2 fly-through video

Airport operator Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has released a fly-through video showcasing early design renderings of its development plans for Terminal 2 (T2) at Manchester Airport. The transformation of T2 into the airport’s main terminal is a key component of MAG’s £1bn (US$1.2bn) investment program. Key elements of the Manchester Airport Transformation Programme include: the […]

MAG’s airports generate £6.2bn for the UK economy in 2015/16

Airport operator Manchester Airports Group’s (MAG) latest corporate social responsibility (CSR) report has shown that its four airports generated £6.2bn (US$8bn) of economic value for the airports’ surrounding communities as well as across the UK in 2015/16. The figure represents a 16% year-on-year increase and comes on the back of MAG’s busiest ever year with […]

Manchester Airports may run Lithuanian Airports

In 2015, Lithuanian Government announced seeking a concession partner to manage and develop three state-run airports in Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga. A UK-based Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is reported amongst potential concessionaires of Lithuanian airports. Under the agreement, the minimum amount of investment is set to be 216 million of euros under the 25-year long […]