Watch TV in comfort while you wait
The Aspire by Servisair Lounge is an airport lounge designed to offer a haven from the hustle and bustle of Manchester airport. Generously equipped with comfortable seating areas, a bar and smart TVs, the Aspire by Servisair is the departure lounge for passengers flying from Terminal 1. Kids are well catered for, too, with a special play area that has a TV and e-books. Children are charged at the same price as an adult entry.
The Aspire Lounge is an airport lounge designed to offer a haven from the hustle and bustle of Manchester airport. Generously equipped with comfortable seating areas, a bar and smart TVs, the Aspire is the departure lounge for passengers flying from Terminal 1. Kids are well catered for, too, with a special play area that has a TV and e-books. Children are charged at the same price as an adult entry.
Reasons to book
- • Kick back and escape the busy terminal. Take advantage of the food, drink and entertainment, all included in the price. Complimentary hot dishes and fresh salads are available, with options for vegetarian and gluten-free diets.
- • A wide selection of hot and cold food and beverages on offer, including soup and cakes.
- • The ideal departure lounge for passengers flying from terminal 1.
- • Free wifi throughout the lounge, as well as glossy magazines and daily newspapers.
The Aspire Lounge Terminal 1 features Free snacks, A range of beverages, Widescreen televisions, up-to-the-minute flight displays, Internet access, Disabled access.
- • Children allowed
- • Disabled access
- • Flight announcements
- • Free drinks
- • Free snacks
- • Internet
- • Phone
- • Fax
- • TV
- • Wifi
Children are welcome in the lounge and those under 2 years old may enter for free. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
The lounge has a smart casual dress code. Smart shorts, such as chino or cargo, sandals, trainers, non-sport tracksuits, hooded tops, T-Shirts and jeans are all accepted.
They don’t allow clothing such as vest tops for men, sporting team shirts, clothing with offensive slogans, clothing with sports branding baseball caps, tour shirts, fancy dress or onesies. Please be considerate of other guests and ensure your behaviour is reasonable at all times.
Food and drink
The best part has to be the food and drink. It's included in the price, so you can tuck into as little or as much as you like. Whatever time of day you're flying, you'll find a buffet full of delicious treats. Bacon rolls, cereal, pastries and yoghurts are served at breakfast, and soups, bread, cakes and fruit at lunch and dinner time. Complimentary hot dishes and fresh salads are available, with options for vegetarian and gluten-free diets. Items on the menu are subject to rotation on a weekly basis with at least one item available depending on your date of travel. Please ask a member of lounge staff on arrival at the lounge for more details.
And you can even wash it all down with your favourite beers, wines, fizzy drinks, juices and tea and coffee. These are all included in the price, but for a few more pounds, you could toast the start of your holiday with a glass of champagne or prosecco.
The lounge has plenty to keep you entertained with high speed wifi, newspapers and magazines and family booths with Smart TVs.
The lounge is able to accommodate disabled passengers. If you need any assistance, please let the lounge staff know in advance.
If you're flying out of Manchester on a business trip, the Aspire Lounge offers plenty of facilities to help you make the most of your time on the ground, including private work booths (subject to availability). There's also free wifi, phone and fax services throughout the lounge.
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