Liverpool Airport, officially named Liverpool John Lennon Airport, is an international airport serving the city of Liverpool, North West England and North Wales in the United Kingdom.
EasyJet and RyanAir flights operate from here and it is a short distance of 12 km (7.5 miles) to downtown Liverpool.
From Liverpool Airport there are the following transport options:
Train: Liverpool Airport isn’t directly connected to the train but there are further options to the closest stations.
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Just 50miles from Liverpool is Manchester airport which operates services from British Airways, Emirates, Easyjet, Etihad Airways and many more.
There are many options to get to and from Liverpool and Manchester Airport including a direct, regular train service.
Liverpool Lime Street Train Station
Liverpool Lime Street Station is in the centre of the city and a short walk to the main shopping areas and entertainment.
The mainline station offers national intercity and regional over ground services.
Toilets, booking offices, shops, a left-luggage office, taxi ranks and coffee bars are amongst the facilities provided.
The main booking office is operated by Northern Trains. The concourse of the station contains several shops.
Car parking is managed by APCOA.
The station also has two taxi ranks.
Public transport links:
The station has direct bus services to the Liverpool One bus station on the 10A, C4 and C5 routes, and from the bus station for Liverpool John Lennon Airport use services 80A or 86A (frequent & night services) and 500.
Liverpool Fact Sheet
- Home to more museums and galleries than anywhere outside of London
- Liverpool has the most Grade II-listed buildings outside of London
- The Royal Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade I-listed buildings in the UK
- A UNESCO City of Music - Liverpool was European Capital of Culture in 2008
- A train from London Euston will take passengers to Liverpool in 2 hours
- Liverpool Chinatown is home to the largest Chinese Arch in Europe (14 metres tall)
- The Grand National takes place in Liverpool every year
- There are 6 universities accessed in Liverpool
- Liverpool is the 4th ‘Friendliest City in the World’
- Liverpool is one of five national science and innovation campuses
- The clock faces on the Royal Liver Building are the largest in the country
- The most filmed city outside of London, often doubling for New York
- The world’s first School of Tropical Medicine
- The world’s first commercial wet dock was built in Liverpool in 1715
- Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is the largest in Britain and 5th largest in the world
- Liverpool was the first city in the world to open a lending library
- Home to both Cunard and the White Star Line
- The railway between Liverpool and Manchester was the first passenger line of its kind
- Home to two Premier League Football Clubs, Liverpool FC and Everton
- Liverpool FC have won the European Cup Six times in their history
- Home to one of the top 25 high performance computing systems in the world
- University of Liverpool is a UK centre for world-leading computer science research
- More than 50 million visitors every year
- 80 different languages are spoken to Liverpool
- The oldest Chinatown in Europe is in Liverpool
- 40% of graduates find employment in Liverpool City Region
- Over 270,000 degree level
- Liverpool has been named as one of the top 25 destinations to visit in Europe in Tripadvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards 2022