Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is one of the UKâ€™s longest established operational Airports having been officially opened on 1st July 1933.
A Â£12 million development programme has recently been completed providing a new larger passenger security screening area and an expanded departure lounge, including the addition of a number of new and exciting retailers.
This on-going investment in Airport facilities to provide an efficient operation and high levels of customer service has helped to firmly establish the Airport not only as a gateway to the North West but also as one of the primary airports in the UK. The Airport is now one of Merseysideâ€™s major employers, attracting inward investment and bringing significant tourism benefits, helping to boost North West Englandâ€™s economy.
Liverpool was the UKâ€™s first airport to be named after an individual when it was rebranded in 2001 as a lasting tribute to the Liverpool born, former Beatle, John Lennon.