Introduction to Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is one of the UK's longest established operational Airports having been officially opened on 1st July 1933.
LJLA is one of the UK's busiest airports and handled over 5 million passengers in 2018. Passenger numbers have increased ten-fold since the mid-1990's, with the Airport flying to over 70 destinations in the UK and across Europe.
Latest Liverpool John Lennon Airport News
Interview: Belfast City CEO Eyes Traffic Growth, International Routes
CEO Matthew Hall said a more diverse airline mix is helping to drive the recovery at the Northern Ireland airport.
Other Liverpool John Lennon Airport News
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- Lufthansa Route To Boost Liverpool’s Recovery
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- PLAY Plans Two More European Routes
- Lufthansa Adds Long-Haul Routes From Frankfurt and Munich
- Ryanair to reopen Cork base, operate 20 routes this summer