Liverpool John Lennon Airport


Liverpool airportWelcome to the John Lennon Airport information and guide. The helpful resource guide for travellers. Liverpool John Lennon airport is one of the longest established airport operating in the U.K with over 5 million passengers annually using the airport. Since relocating in 1986 the airport has continued to grow, the most recent additions include major replanning of the terminal and new hotels within walking distance of the airport.

Getting to and from Liverpool Airport

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Train Travel to JLA

The nearest railway stations to Liverpool John Lennon Airport are Liverpool South Parkway Distance from station 2 miles Approx. time by bus 17 minutes or Hunts Cross Distance from station 2 miles Approx. time by bus 17 minutes or Runcorn Distance from station 8 miles Approx. time by bus 42 minutes or Liverpool Lime Street Distance from station 10 miles Approx. time by bus 35 minutes Train services to these stations may vary. Travel between the stations shown and Liverpool John Lennon Airport is not included in your rail ticket. You may need to pay an additional bus or taxi fare to complete your journey.

Taxi Travel to the Airport

As the train service to JLA is difficult most travelers choose to drive and park in a car park near to the airport or use Airport Taxi Transfer services for the door to door service when going on holiday. Liverpool-Transfers.com are a company based near to Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Although based near the airport they will pick up from anywhere in the UK and transfer to or from Liverpool, Prices are comparable with private taxi companies however they specialise in Liverpool airport transfers, Prices to major cities and towns can be found here Liverpool Airport transfer Prices . A wide variety of vehicles are available Airport Transfer Cars and Minibus.

Bus service to Liverpool John Lennon Airport LPL

The Liverpool Airport bus runs between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Liverpool ONE Bus Station. The 500 has plenty of space for luggage and loads of windows for sight-seeing visitors to catch a first glimpse of the lovely city of Liverpool. The bus to John Lennon Airport provides a limited stop service for visitors coming to explore the city, or locals on their way to and from the airport.

The Airlink 500 has a distinctive blue livery and the route is often served by articulated, or bendy, buses. These buses provide ample space for luggage and lots of seats for weary travellers and explorers to get their breath back and prepare for their journey.

From Liverpool ONE Bus station, the first bus leaves at 06:35 Monday to Sunday, with the last bus departing at 19:58 – but with so much to see and do, you probably won’t want to leave! Visit Liverpool provide information on places to go and things to see whether you’re visiting Liverpool for a short while, an extended city break, or whether you live in the city and call Liverpool home.

From Liverpool John Lennon Airport the 05:45 Monday to Sunday. On Sundays, the bus is renumbered the 81 and serves Speke in addition to the airport. The last bus to depart is 19:15 Monday to Sunday.

Along the route, the 500 runs through the Estuary Business park in Speke and calls in at Liverpool Lime Street Station for those who may have through journeys by rail The service also calls in to Queens Square bus station before it travels through to Liverpool ONE.

Liverpool South Parkway rail station is accessible by using the frequent 'Arriva' bus service 80A. Connect to Liverpool Lime Street using the 'Arriva AirLink' 500 bus, which runs from Liverpool John Lennon Airport every 20 minutes Monday to Friday daytime, or every 30 minutes in the evenings and at weekends. Liverpool airport from the air