We are proud to offer a selection of exclusive departures from Manchester Airport this winter, making the Arctic Circle easily accessible from the North West. Our Santa’s Lapland daybreaks and short breaks offer a unique family getaway that will provide memories that will last for a lifetime. Ride snowmobiles down frozen rivers, reindeer sleighs through snow-topped forests and mush a team of husky dogs across the Arctic tundra. Of course, no visit to Lapland is complete without a visit to see Father Christmas himself – you’ve travelled a long way to see him! But Lapland is not just for children. Our Arctic Spirit collection of short breaks is ideal for those seeking a special winter holiday: in the depths of the Lappish wilderness you have the best of chances of seeing the fables Aurora Borealis as well as experiencing a host of other exhilarating Arctic activities. Why not stay a night in an igloo, too? Explore our range of holidays available from Manchester Airport this winter…
A Lapland holiday in Kilpisjarvi, including snowmobiling, husky sledding, and a meeting with Santa...
3 or 4 nights from £1299 per adult
Meet the REAL Father Christmas on this festive family stay in Jeris cabins – True Lapland at its...
3 or 4 nights from £1399 per adult
Visit Santa in his secret log cabin in the forest on this pre-Christmas short holiday
2, 3 or 4 nights from £1099 per adult
Combine nature’s most extraordinary Northern Lights show with the jollity of the festive period
3 or 4 nights from £1009 per adult
A simple Arctic break including just the essentials - add excursions to create your own trip
3, 4 or 7 nights from £599 per adult
Search for the spectacular Northern Lights in Lapland and enjoy a host of winter activities
3, 4 or 5 nights from £929 per adult
Experience all the magic of Lapland in a single day and return home in time for supper!
Daybreak from £599 per adult
Manchester Airport is 9 miles south of Manchester city centre, next to the M56 and with easy links to the M6, M60 and M62.The postcode for the airport is M90 1QX. If you are heading from the south, follow the A34, then merge onto the M40. Continue until you reach the M42, merge and keep right to stay on the M6 toll road. Proceed on the M6, then take exit at Junction 19 towards Manchester Airport.
The station is located at the heart of the airport, which means passengers have easy access to all the terminals. With moving walkways throughout, it should take no more than 5 - 15 minutes to get to and from the terminals. Trains from Manchester Airport to Manchester Piccadilly station in the city centre take around 20 minutes. They run every 10 minutes, 7 days a week, through train operators Trans Pennine Express and Northern Rail.