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Flights to Liverpool

Liverpool, one of the UK's most important cities, is home to The Beatles and an UNESCO site. The city is easily reachable with John Lennon Airport connecting flights from all over the UK and Europe to Liverpool. Flights to Liverpool are served by mostly low-cost airlines such as easyJet and Ryanair. You can find more information on popular flights and FAQS about flights to Liverpool below.

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Flights to Liverpool FAQs

Which airlines offer flights to Liverpool?

Flights to Liverpool are operated by a wide variety of airlines, prime among them the budget carriers easyJet and Ryanair. The other airlines which operate flights to Liverpool John Lennon Airport are: FlyBe, Wizz Air and Norwegian Air.

When the best time to book cheap flights to Liverpool?

December and January are the cheapest time to fly to Liverpool. Prices do rise throughout May to September but not by a lot. As always, it's best to book your flights to Liverpool at least 6 weeks in advance to get the best price.

How to get from John Lennon Airport to the city centre?

Named after John Lennon of The Beatles, one of Liverpool's most famous exports, the airport is approximately 6 miles from the city centre. Regular bus services run from the airport to the downtown area. There are buses from the airport to Liverpool South Parkway railway station which operates rail services to destinations throughout England. A taxi rank is located outside the airport terminal entrance.

More information about Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the great cities of north-west England. The port city offers a ton of attractions and sights for both visitors and locals such as the majestic Pier Head Waterfront, on the River Mersey. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to three majestic buildings that form what Liverpudlians call the Three Graces. Not to forget, Liverpool is world-famous for its musical heritage. The Cavern, where The Beatles played some of their first gigs, is now a much-loved museum. Sports lovers can visit Anfield, the home of Liverpool Football Club, for a stadium tour.

 

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