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Airport to Liverpool by Car and Public Transport


 Liverpool Airport has recently been renamed after one of the Beatles. The name chosen is now Liverpool John Lennon Airport. You can reach the city centre of Liverpool by driving along the A562 and A57 and is around seven miles in distance. Post code or zip code for airport is L24 1YD.

Car
If you wish to drive your car along the the A561 you can reach Liverpool city in around 30 minutes depending on traffic as the city is around 9 miles away. Southport a seaside resort is around 1 hour drive away and is 30 miles in distance. The city of Manchester is around 30 miles and again around 1 hour driving depending on traffic. The motorways close by are M56 and M62.

Train
The train station closest to the airport is Liverpool South Parkway. An express shuttle bus operates from the airport to the station. The station can offer train connections from Liverpool to other cities in England such as Manchester, Preston, Birmingham.

Bus
Passengers can board a bus and coach outside the airport terminal building. The bus service which drops passengers off in the city centre is the 500 air link. Tickets can be purchased from the driver. For travellers wishing to take a bus to the train station they would catch a 501 air link bus. Other local bus services stop off at the airport on route to the suburbs.

Taxi
The black hackney taxi can be used as a mode of cab transport from the airport's front terminal building to the town centre and beyond. At present the cost is 15.00 GBP for the journey into the city centre and passengers can pay by cash, debit card or credit card.

Car Parking
There are a good number of choices when deciding on what car park to choose at the airport. Short stay, mid stay, long stay and drop off only zone.

Car Hire
Travellers can select car hire from a number of well known names, Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Alamo etc. The car rentals offices are located on the ground floor of the terminal building.

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