Liverpool Airport

Liverpool Airport (LPL)


The Liverpool ‘John Lennon’ Airport (LPL) is a hub based in the northern city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Connecting this region of England with over 45 destinations, and seeing roughly per five million passengers year, this is an important hub for residents and visitors wanting to depart, or fly into this city. Built in the 1930s and seeing several changes and expansion projects over the years, you’ll find that this is a well-equipped facility offering all the main amenities that you will need while transiting.


There are ATMs and currency exchange services that you can utilise, and in terms of communication facilities, there is free WiFi access, as well as internet stations if you don’t have a mobile device, and there are payphones.


There aren’t a huge range of shops available, but the ones that are there are well-stocked. There is a large duty-free section for travellers flying internationally, and there is a souvenir shop that stocks mementos related to the famous Liverpool Football Club, and the world famous musicians, The Beatles. You’ll find that there are several dining options too, from fast-food to sit-down dining options, and bars you can relax in pre or post-flight.


Travellers to Liverpool from Australia will be subject to two layovers, but there are a decent range of airlines flying this route. Look for flights with Qantas, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, and FlyBE.


Travel Information


·         You can hire a vehicle once you arrive at the airport at one of the many car hire companies that are situated in the arrivals hall, or you can sort your booking before you fly by using our car hire search tool. Head west, get on the A561, and then take the A5036, which will bring you into central Liverpool.


·         Local buses and rail services run routes to the city centre, and usually cost less than 3GBP ($5) and take around half an hour all in. You can also take a coach to the nearby city of Manchester for about 8GBP ($13), and that journey should take less than an hour.


·         Hop in a taxi just outside the terminal, with a typical fare into Liverpool town centre costing around 15GBP ($25), and totalling about 20-30 minutes journey time. You may be able to find a cheaper door-to-door option by booking and online airport transfer in advance.


Please note that information is correct as of January 2017.

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 Getting to & from the Airport

Driving hide 

If you're coming from the north or northeast, take M6 southbound to junction 21A with the M62. Take M62 west to junction 6, and onto the A5300 and A561. If you're coming from the south or east, take the M6 northbound to the junction with the M56 (junction 20). Take the M56 to junction 12, get onto the A557/A562 dual carriageway via Runcorn Bridge, then merge with the A561. The airport is located off Speke Hall Avenue.

Trains hide 

Buses 80A and 86A connect the airport to Liverpool South Parkway train station.

Buses hide 

Several buses link the airport to the Liverpool city centre, such as Bus 500, N86, 86A, 80A, and 82A.

Taxi hide 

The taxi rank is situated outside the entrance of the airport terminal.

 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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