I have a potential domestic-to-domestic connection early next week at Manchester Airport, UK (MAN). I'd be connecting Flybe to Flybe, online (one ticket), all in Terminal 3. Scheduled layover is 35 minutes, which is exactly the minimum connect time in the circumstances.
I notice that the minimum connect time is lower for dom-dom than it is for international-to-domestic—which suggests there is an airside connections route, but for some reason I never quite trust Manchester airport. I've never noticed a domestic connections route before, but then I've never looked for it.
STANDARD.D/D...D/I...I/D...I/I. ONLINE .30 .40 .45 .40 OFFLINE .30 .40 .45 .40 Exceptions BE-BE DD .35 TRM 3 - 3 BE-BE ID 1.00 TRM 3 - 3
Does anyone know the procedure for this—do domestic arrivals reliably get access straight into the departure lounge? Is there a chance of a bus gate putting me on the wrong side of security? Do I need to look out for a subtle connections corridor before I get to baggage claim?