LPL Airport


Liverpool John Lennon Airport, opened in 1933, is part of The Peel Group and is situated seven miles South East of Liverpool City Centre.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport handled million passengers with flights to destinations in the UK and across Europe and with worldwide connections.
Airlines at Liverpool John Lennon Airport include: EasyJet and Ryanair, both of whom have bases at Liverpool, Wizz Air, Flybe, Blue Air with services to Romania and Czech Airlines who operate a summer season service to Prague.
From 2015, worldwide connectivity was opened up from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, with the start of connecting services to Amsterdam operated by Flybe with many convenient onward long haul connections and with Aer Lingus to Dublin with onward connections on their North America services.

Management company: Liverpool John Lennon Airport (The Peel Group)
Address: Liverpool L24 1YD - United Kingdom
Telephone no.: 0845 319 2781

Country code: UK
Transportation to/from the airport
Economic and regular bus services operate between Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) and a number of local railway stations, including Liverpool South Parkway and Liverpool Lime Street.

Liverpool South Parkway is the nearest station to Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), and is located about 2 miles from the airport. Regular buses operate between Liverpool South Parkway and the airport.

Liverpool Lime Street Station: located about 7 km from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, rail services from Liverpool Lime Street connects the city of Liverpool to the main rail network in the UK. Buses operate from LJLA to Liverpool Lime Street.

The train Merseyrail Hunts Cross also serves the train station of Liverpool Central - located in the heart of downtown. This service runs from Southport to Hunts Cross and includes Liverpool Central, Brunswick, St. Michaels, Aigburth, Cressington, Liverpool South Parkway and Hunts Cross. Get off at Liverpool South Parkway and Hunts Cross for bus services to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Bus stops are located at the front of the Airport Terminal Building.
500 Airport Flyer Bus Service
Arriva bus lines 500 between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Liverpool One bus station serve Liverpool South Parkway in both directions, providing links to the rail network and bus interchange. Liverpool South Parkway offers efficient rail services to Cheshire, Manchester, Yorkshire, the North East, the East Midlands, the West Midlands and links to London Euston services at Runcorn or Crewe.
Easy connections to the National Express coach network are also available at Liverpool One bus station.
The local bus service Arriva 86A from Liverpool city center to Liverpool John Lennon Airport via Liverpool South Parkway operates 24 hours a day.
From Liverpool city centre via the A561 (Speke Boulevard) for 8.7 miles in about 20 minutes you arrive at the airport. 
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is close to the region's motorway network, with connections to the M57, M62 and M56 motorways, for those not arriving from Liverpool city center.

Taxis are available outside the passenger terminal. The trip to Liverpool city center is 7 miles, takes about 20 minutes and costs about £ 15.

Car hire
The main car rental companies are present at the airport: Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise, Europcar.
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