Liverpool, England Airport Information
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL)
Approximate taxi fare: 24 GBP
Set about 30 minutes south of Liverpool and adjacent to the River Mersey, Liverpool John Lennon Airport serves as one the United Kingdom's longest operating airports, having opened in 1933. At the forefront of low-cost travel, the airport features flights to more than 60 destinations throughout the United Kingdom and Europe, with worldwide connections from there. Passengers can board bus and rail service from the airport to get to central Liverpool.
Liverpool, England Public Transportation
Operated by Merseyrail, Liverpool's rail service features 66 stations in and around the Liverpool area, including four city center underground stations. The rail system operates along the Wirral Line and Northern Line. A variety of passes are available for purchase.
Operated by Merseytravel, Liverpool's public bus system utilizes two main bus terminals, called Liverpool ONE and Queen Square. Bus stops are located throughout the Liverpool city center.
Enjoy a ride with a view aboard Merseytravel's daily-running Mersey Ferries, a river cruise excursion along Liverpool's famous waterfront. Passengers can enjoy indoor and outdoor seating areas, and can choose to hop off at Seacombe and Woodside Ferry Terminals.
Rental car companies represented at Liverpool John Lennon Airport include Avis, Enterprise, Europcar and Hertz, all located in the airport's rental car center.
Passengers traveling from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to central Liverpool should expect to pay approximately 15 GBP.