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How Manchester Airport terminals and flights have changed since Covid - and what it might be like in the future

Don't miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox Covid passports, masks, social distancing and compulsory testing might have been foreign concepts to air passengers just one year ago.

But international travel, and the industry as a whole, has taken a huge hit during the Covid-19 crisis - and its future will depend on the ability of passengers, airlines and airports to adapt to a post-pandemic world.

At Manchester Airport, passenger numbers have plummeted by 95 per cent as flying abroad has been restricted to essential journeys only, for necessary work, education, volunteering, weddings and funerals.

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