Liverpool Airport Information (LPL)
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) is located just seven miles from the centre of Liverpool, making this the most convenient port of entry for visitors to the lively and entertaining north England city. This large and comprehensive airport is one of Europe's fastest growing airports, offering visitors a fantastic range of services and facilities.
- Speke, Liverpool, Merseyside
- Liverpool Airport plc
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- 053°20'01"N 002°50'59"W
Each year more than five million passengers pass through the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which was renamed in 2002 in honour of the former singer John Lennon, who was born in the Liverpool Maternity Hospital in 1940. A seven foot tall bronze statue of John Lennon can be found in the check-in hall, while the line: 'Above us, only sky' from hit thought-provoking song Imagine is painted on the airport's roof.
Flights to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport are provided by nine different airlines, transporting passengers to and from major destinations within the UK such as Belfast, Dublin and Paris, while prominent budget airline Ryanair has recently started offering passengers flights to a good range of European destinations.
Liverpool is one of England's best known and loved cities, boasting numerous attractions. Not only is this the birth place of The Beatles and a number of other legendary bands, Liverpool is also the home of Premier League team Liverpool Football Club and the River Mersey.
Those who arrive at Liverpool John Lennon Airport can be in the centre of Liverpool within minutes, choosing to make use of the airport's shuttle bus service, car hire or taxis. There is a railway station located nearby which transports passengers to numerous destinations within the UK.