Liverpool Airport

Liverpool Airport is named after renowned Liverpudlian musician John Lennon of The Beatles. It was originally known as Speke Airport, in the 1930s. A busy airport in the United Kingdom, Liverpool Airport mainly serves Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire, Shropshire and North Wales, as well as destinations worldwide. Presently, it operates flights to about 70 locations in the globe, and sees more than 4.5 million passengers through its gates per year.

The wide spectrum of amenities and airport facilities are concentrated into a large, single terminal building; the main terminal is segregated into upper and lower floors. There are plenty of food and retail options in Liverpool Airport. On the lower level, order a sandwich from Subway, or sip coffee at Starbucks. Or browse at the bookshops. When going up to the upper level, you will see several shops selling food, duty free items, souvenirs and more. Grab a quick bite and do some last-minute shopping.

There is an array of shopping options waiting to be explored at Liverpool Airport. Capitalise on great deals and buy gifts or souvenirs for your loved ones. Saving while spending may sound counterintuitive, but it is a reality with World Duty Free. You can shop at stores typically found on the high street, housing the biggest brand names, here at Liverpool Airport, and save on these items by buying them tariff-free. Like most European airports, Liverpool Airport makes allowances for one extra airport shopping bag, in addition to your hand luggage. Travellers are also given the choice of buying and collecting on their return journey.

If you are feeling bored, log onto the free WiFi available throughout the terminal building to start online surfing. Note that the connection is only free for a period of 30 minutes, after which visitors have to purchase 1, 3 or 24 hours of extra usage for extended use. There are also packages offering WiFi for 6 or 12 months, allowing unlimited access for that period of time. Should your mobile phone run out of battery, phone charging pods at the Information counter pre-security, and one in the departure lounge, are at your disposal.

Alternatively, Internet access is available at Liverpool Airport’s Internet kiosks. If you have forgotten to bring your flight details or boarding passes, simply print them out at these kiosks. These printing services may also come in handy for business travellers who need to print their documents urgently.

When staying overnight for a layover, consider airport hotels to rest and recharge. Hotels like Hampton by Hilton, Holiday Inn Express, and Premier Inn allow guests to travel in comfort. Visitors need not fret over rushing for or missing their flights given the proximity to the departure gates. With these Liverpool airport hotels, travellers can choose to extend their holiday without worrying about lack of accommodation.

Fly to Liverpool Airport, and enjoy a stress-free vacation today!

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 Getting to & from the Airport

Driving hide 
Car rentals are available
Trains hide 
Nearest station is Liverpool South Parkway
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Frequent express bus services to Liverpool and even Manchester
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Taxis stop in front of Terminals 1 and 2

 Who flies to Liverpool

 Airport Contact Details

Liverpool Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport,
Liverpool L24 1YD,

Tel:+44 (0)871 521 8484
Fax:+44 (0)151 907 1620


Liverpool Airport Ltd

 Location Details

Longitude:2° 52' 0'' W
Latitude:53° 20' 17'' N

 Airport Location

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