Flybe operate a small number of flights from Liverpool Airport. At present the airline operates flights to the Isle of Man and George Best City Airport. The new route to Belfast City begins on October 31st 2010 following the withdrawal of Ryanair from Belfast.

Flybe specialise in frequent services on regional routes and as such there are 52 flights a week from Liverpool Airport.

Liverpool Airport

Liverpool John Lennon airport is an important regional airport which served 4.9 million passengers in 2009, an increase of 45% over 2004. This growth is in contrast to many other regional UK airports that have seen an overall fall in passenger numbers in the last 3 years.

Most flights from Liverpool airport are destined for UK or European destinations. In 2002 Liverpool Airport formally changed its name to Liverpool John Lennon Airport; in honour of one it’s many famous citizens.

Getting to and from Liverpool Airport

The airport lies on the shores of the Mersey estuary in the Speke area of Liverpool . The distance to the centre of the city is approximately 6 miles; road access to the city centre is via the A561.

For passengers from further afield, there is excellent road access from 3 motorways. If you are coming from the south including Runcorn, Chester and Ellesmere Port then take the M56. From the west access is via the M62 and if you coming to the airport from north of the city then come in via the M57 motorway.

John Lennon airport has 2 dedicated Bus Services; the Airlink 500 is for passengers heading to the city centre. The link 500 operates every 30 minutes. The Airlink 501 is a link to Liverpool South Parkway station and has a frequency of 20 minute intervals. Excellent parking facilities at the airport can be booked via Parking

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