Solidarity with Manchester + Travel Guidance

The Manchester a attack on 22nd of May left us speechless. Our thoughts go to those affected by the attack at the Manchester Arena. We stand in solidarity with Manchester, a beautiful and free city, with kindhearted and brave people.

The Manchester Arena Terrorist Attack

The attack happened outside Manchester Arena, after the Ariana Grande concert, on Monday, 22 May 2017 at 10:30 pm. The events have been thoroughly covered by national media.

You can read the latest updates on the Manchester attack on:

If you’re travelling to Manchester

If you are travelling into Manchester or through Manchester, we advise you o keep up with the updates on the Transport for Manchester website here. As of today (24th of May), Victoria Station remains closed. Read more here.

You can also keep up with the updates on Twitter here.

Are you flying into Manchester?

For now (24th of May) there are no disruptions at Manchester Airport, but we do advise you to keep up with the updates on the Manchester Airport official website here. They have a link to the latest passenger advice following the change in threat level.

You can also keep up with the updates on Twitter here.

How is London travel affected?

Although security has been made even a higher priority in London since the Manchester Attack, transport remains unaffected, except the routes into Manchester. If you’re flying into London, all the airports are business as usual (as of 24th May).

For train travel, please check your travel plans on the Transport for London (TFL) website here and keep up with their updates on Twitter here.

Here you can find the statements about the Manchester attack, from the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

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