Flights to Manchester
Direct flights to Manchester with Virgin Atlantic
Explore England's "gateway to the north" with one of Virgin Atlantic's direct flights to Manchester. Fly direct to Manchester from Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, New York, Orlando, and San Francisco and discover a city rich with musical history, football rivalries and independent shops that will leave you bursting with inspiration. See below for more information on all of our direct flights to Manchester.
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Manchester Flight Information
Manchester Flight Routes
Located 2 hours north of London, Manchester is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the UK. This northern city is an incredible hub for live music, sport, shopping, and more. The Victorian architecture combined with a youthful, diverse, and energetic population makes Manchester a must-see destination on your next trip to England.
See our destination guide for our amazing recommendations on the best things to do in Manchester.
Weather in Manchester
Manchester has a mild climate with the warmest months being July and August where the temperature averages around 68°F and the coldest months being December, January and February where the temperatures average around 42°F. Manchester averages around 150 days a year with rain.
Manchester Flight Connections
Virgin Atlantic can connect you to multiple destinations beyond Manchester with our codeshare Flybe. Flybe connection flights through Manchester can be booked directly through the Virgin Atlantic website. Connecting destinations include Amsterdam, Belfast, Paris, Edinburgh, Milan, and more.
Manchester destination guide
See our guide on the top things to do in Manchester. Excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment awaits you.
Discover exciting destinations beyond Manchester within driving distance. Explore the Lake district, Liverpool, Leeds, Scotland, and more.