Thomas Cook Airlines and Oman Air are among carriers set to use Manchester airport’s new private jet-style terminal.
Other airline partners include Ethiopian Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines and TAP Air Portugal, with more expected to make the service available by the time the PremiAir facility opens.
Initial bookings for passengers to use the terminal are being taken for selected flights after November 11.
A wider range of dates will be made available closer to the opening.
Rates start at £50 per passenger with hand baggage only, rising to £225 for a premium return package.
PremiAir general manager Mart Louwerse said:“We’re excited to announce that guests can now book their PremiAir experience as we move closer to our official opening.
“Whether they are flying economy class to Spain or business class to India, guests can enjoy a private jet experience at PremiAir.
“We know that PremiAir is something our passengers want, and we know that this unique service will prove very popular with them, whether they’re flying on the holiday of a lifetime or an important business trip.”
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