Cheap Flights from Manchester to Nice
Flight information Manchester to Nice
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Average flight time, total distance 797 miles
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Flights from Manchester to Nice
This information is correct as of September 2015
Airlines that fly from Manchester to Nice
Jet2.com is currently the only airline flying this route.
Terminal Information – Departing
Jet2.com fly from Manchester Airport's Terminal 1. The terminal has a good range of shopping and dining options. All of the airport essentials- such as Biza Tax & Duty Free and WHSmith- are there, as are some high street names like Fatface and Monsoon. If you're feeling peckish there are loads of great places to grab a bite. Have a burger or a healthy salad at Giraffe, a coffee and a sandwich at Starbucks, or have fun playing with the self service beer taps in the Grain Loft. Every passenger has access to one hour of free Wi-Fi at the airport, but if you fancy a bit of extra luxury you can book into the Escape lounge for £19.99 per person. As well as somewhere comfy and peaceful to chill before your flight you can also enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi and a range of complimentary snacks and drinks.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Nice Airport has two terminals. It's easy to get into Nice using public transport. Buses 98 and 99 go to the main bus station and train station respectively, and stop at both terminals. They run every half an hour, and one-way tickets cost €6* (about £4.45). Buses to other destinations, including Monaco and Marseille, are also available. Car hire is available at Nice Airport, and when you compare prices with Skyscanner you're guaranteed a good deal. There's a taxi rank near Gate A1 of Terminal 1 and near Gate A3 of Terminal 2.
You need a valid passport to travel to France from the UK. It only has to be valid for the full duration of your journey. We recommend arriving at the airport at least 90 minutes before your flight is due to depart, or two hours before if you have luggage to check in. Give yourself a little longer if you're travelling during rush hour: i.e. first thing in the morning, early evening, during school holidays and at weekends. These are the times that security is busier, and there can often be hold ups.
What to expect in Nice
The French use the Euro (€). Prices in Nice are slightly lower than in Manchester, but are more expensive than other destinations in France and southern Europe. People flock to Nice for the gorgeous weather: the average temperature during July and August is 24°C. Despite its pleasant atmosphere, over the past few years Nice has gained a reputation for violent crime. Watch out for pickpockets during the day, and avoid the seafront area late at night.
*Prices subject to change
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