Liverpool John Lennon Airport, part of The Peel Group investment company, handles almost 5 million passengers per year with flights to over 70 destinations in the UK and across Europe. It is one of the UK’s longest established operational airports.
Did you know?
Liverpool remains the only airport in the North of England to be awarded a 5-star rating by the world’s leading air travel intelligence company, OAG for flight punctuality.
In 2002, the airport in Lennon’s home town was renamed the Liverpool John Lennon Airport. It was the UK’s first airport to be named after an individual as a lasting tribute. The British singer, songwriter, and peace activist co-founded the Beatles, who remain widely regarded as the most influential band in the history of music.
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How to get to the airport by car, coach, taxi or train
By Car or Taxi
Liverpool John Lennon Airport has good connections to the M57, M62 and M56 motorways.
Buses operate to and from the airport on a regular basis.
There are frequent trains linking Liverpool with the local and national rail network. Passengers can then continue their journey by bus or taxi.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport Parking
Liverpool Airport has multiple car parking options within a 10-minute walk of the terminal entrance. All official car parks boast 24/7 CCTV surveillance and are regularly patrolled by security.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport Facilities
Baggage Wrapping And Weighting
Top Destinations from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Some of the most popular destinations flying from Liverpool John Lennon Airport