An airport dedicated to a legend
Rebranding itself in 2001, Liverpool Airport was the first UK airport to be named after an individual, as a lasting tribute to former Beatles legend, John Lennon.
It has since seen over 4.8 million holidaymakers pass through its terminal doors a year.
If you’re a keen aviation enthusiast or have a love for Liverpool Airport, you can get more involved with the Friends of Liverpool Airport. Formed in 1980 by a small group of people with a genuine interest in the airport’s well-being, there’s now 400 keen members assisting in the airport’s development.
You’ll find them lending a helping hand at travel shows, exhibitions and providing assistance to passenger’s passing through the airport.
Fly away with big tour operators
Aiming to bring you over 100 flights per week and more destinations yearly, grabbing yourself a cheap holiday from Liverpool Airport will be easy.
This fast growing airport is your access to the world, working closely with the home of All Inclusive, First Choice and UK favourite tour operator, TUI, you and your travel buddy will be jetting off to the sunny delights of Majorca or winter warmer Mexico in no time.
Start your holiday early
You’ll easily get into the holiday spirit as Liverpool Airport has invested a whopping £4 million to enhance your customer experience.
Committed to providing a relaxing and hassle free environment with fast track service, you can skip the hustle and bustle and get to those first-class shops and restaurants super-fast.
Trust us, once you spot the JD Sports, AeroSpa and Accessorize, you’ll be rushing your way through security. Your taste buds are covered too, with fast and easy treats from Burger King or Subway to pre-holiday feasts in Frankie and Benny’s and The Beer House.
Sit back and relax because your All Inclusive holiday from Liverpool Airport is just a few short hours away and we couldn’t think of a better place to unwind than the Aspire Lounge.
Whether its business or pleasure you can’t go wrong with free Wi-Fi, hot and cold drinks including premium branded drinks and an unlimited supply of magazines and newspapers.
To and from Liverpool Airport
You’ll be happy to know that even last minute holidays to Liverpool Airport are stress-free with connections to north west networks such as the M57, M62 and M56.
Not to mention the rest of the country can access the airport from the A1, M6 or M1, it doesn’t matter where you travel from. If you’re a sat-nav user, you’ll need postcode L24 1YD, however the airport is well signposted and once you’re close by, you’ll find signs for drop off areas and car parking.
Motorcycle drivers are free to park in the Express Drop Off outdoor spaces, completely complimentary, however, spaces are limited so getting there a little earlier than expected is recommended.
The closest train station to the airport is Liverpool South Parkway which is only five minutes away. This train station is easily accessible by the whole country, with train operators such as Northern Rail, London Midland, East Midlands Trains, Transpennine Express and Merseyrail ready and waiting.
Once you’ve arrived you can access the airport by either the 500 or 86A Arriva bus or grab a taxi.
You’re in a city full of some of the world’s largest Private Hire Operators, if a taxi is your choice of transport you’ll be spoilt for choice. Hackney Cabs are located directly outside the entrance of the terminal and are available for all flight arrivals. Have no cash handy? The cabs have Chip and Pin services.
Staying close to airport grounds
Enjoy an evening of well-earned relaxation and extend your holidays from Liverpool Airport by staying in one of the nearby hotels. You can enjoy great food, soak up the local sights and avoid the rush to the airport before you fly away on your next adventure.
Head to the Hampton by Hilton, Holiday Inn Express or Premier Inn and be moments away from the check-in desks. You won’t need to worry about finding somewhere to park your car because when you pair your stay with holiday parking, you can leave your car with the hotel or pop it in the official Long Stay car park.
Liverpool Airport is only five minutes from the city centre, giving you plenty of choice of B&Bs and other local hotels.