Passengers will have to pay up to £175 to make full use of a ne private terminal to be opened at Manchester airport.
The fee covers departure and arrival from the PremiAir facility which is due to become available from September.
Rates for a ‘priority’ package start at £50 for travellers with hand baggage only.
Lounge access costs an extra £50 and also covers those checking in luggage.
An arrivals package costing £125 per person gives access to a dedicated passport control channel and use of the lounge while they wait for bags to be returned to them.
PremiAir offers groups of between five and 50 people access to one of its three private suites, including non-travelling guests.
Secure parking will be available for an unspecified additional fee.
Mart Louwerse, who is joining from Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa in Nantwich, Cheshire as PremiAir’sgeneral manager, said: “PremiAir will offer affordable luxury and we are proud to be able to provide a private jet experience from just £50 per person.
“The premium package will represent some of the best hospitality in the north-west and will allow guests to start and end their trip in style, with personalised service and top-quality food served alongside fine wines and champagnes.
“PremiAir has been launched following specific feedback from passengers that it is a facility that they would welcome.
“It is unlike anything else offered at UK airports and we are convinced it will be welcomed by passengers at Manchester, whether they are flying off on the holiday of a lifetime or on business.”
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