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Liverpool Airport Parking
Liverpool's John Lennon Airport has a choice of nine on and off airport car parks. Operated by the countries leading airport car park providers. There are longstay options which means that your vehicle must remain in the car park for a minimum of three days. If you choose one of the short stay parks you will have a minimum of one day's parking. Liverpool Airport operates a Meet and Greet facility through Sky Park. This is a valet parking service that uses a chauffeur to park your car in a secure car park. On your return, your vehicle is delivered to you at the pre arranged meeting point - usually outside the terminal building. This service is particularly useful if you are traveling with children or for those with disabilities making traveling difficult.
Latest news from Liverpool Airport
The 2005 has seen the largest monthly increase in passenger figures since April 2003. This is partly due to the decision by Ryanair to make Liverpool one of its key European bases. The operator now operates services to destinations such as, Pisa, Granada,Rome, Venice and Milan. The Airpor'ts latest operator Flybe have also added Liverpool flights to Glasgow, Belfast City, Jersey and Edinburgh. It is planning on operating to to Southampton and Exeter.
Liverpool Airport Lounges
Liverpool Airport offers the excellent Halewood Executive Lounge for its customers. It has comfortable seating which it presents in an exclusive and relaxed atmosphere. Included in the price of entrance are newspapers, tea and coffee and soft drinks, Alcholic beverages are also available as well as snacks. In the lounge you will find business travellers well catered for with desks, chairs ans internet connections. It is situated in the Airside Departure Lounge.
History of Liverpool Airport
With increased passenger traffic in the 1930's, the decision was taken to build a dedicated passenger terminal. Shortly after, the war played its part and the Airport fulfilled a significant role in the war effort. The construction of military aircraft took place on site at both the Rootes and Lockheed aircraft factories' The grass strips that had previously been the runway where replaced by hard surface runways and it wasn't until the 1961 that the local Authority was able to regain the control over the aiport, by which time a longer runway adjacent to the original was planned.
After a long period of growth and investment Liverpool Airport has become a major destination for travellers and operator alike. The airport has seen Major improvements including a revamp of its retail and catering facilities. It's car parking capacity has increased to 4,200 spaces to reflect it's increased passenger numbers. In July 2002 it opened a new 25,000 sq ft check-in hall, followed by the third floor food and retail area. in. There has been the completion of the new departures and arrivals areas. Today Liverpool's John lennon Airport carries over 3 million customers every year.