Travelling to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Opened on 1 July 1933, Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is officially one of the UK’s oldest international airports. It’s located seven miles south east of Liverpool itself and sees around 5 million passengers every year.
Liverpool became the first city to name their international airport after a famous resident when it renamed Liverpool airport after the legendary Beatle John Lennon to commemorate the musician, who arguably changed the music scene as we know it.
Liverpool John Lennon airport flies to over 60 destinations worldwide and is known for providing a relaxed, stress-free flying experience. Passenger numbers have grown tenfold in recent years, establishing the airport as a gateway to the North West and beyond.
Arriva buses operate services to the airport from across Liverpool and beyond. Routes include Speke, Bootle, St. Helens, Prescot, Huyton and more, making Arriva buses the simplest and cheapest way to get to the airport.