Liverpool John Lennon Airport is conveniently located close to key North West networks such as the M57, M62 and M56. It is also not far from the A1, M6 or M1 which enable passengers in Lancashire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, the Midlands and the north east to access the airport.
For Sat-Nav users, the postcode to use for Liverpool John Lennon Airport is L24 1YD, however, be assured the airport is very well signposted and drivers are advised to follow the road signage that’s in place.
To ensure you have plenty of time to reach the airport for your flight drivers are encouraged to check the latest traffic and travel news before setting off on the journey to the airport.
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Travelling from the North / North-East
M6 southbound to junction 21A with M62. Please note that junction 21A is a split junction, and motorists should ensure they come off at the slip road signposted Liverpool. Follow M62 West to junction 6 onto the A5300 to the A561 and follow signs to the Airport, which is situated off Speke Hall Avenue.
Travelling from the South / East
M6 northbound to junction 20 with M56. Follow M56 to junction 12 onto A557/A562 dual carriageway via Runcorn Bridge to merge with A561. Follow signs to the Airport, situated off Speke Hall Avenue.
Travelling from the Wirral / North Wales
Passengers travelling from Wirral may find it more convenient at peak times to use the M53 and then the M56 (as instructions from the South / East) rather than a route through the City Centre of Liverpool via the Mersey Tunnels. Passengers travelling from North Wales should join the A55 to connect with the M56 eastbound, and then follow instructions as from the East.
Rapid charging Point for Electric Vehicles
Our rapid electric charging points are free to use and are located in the airport car park that is closest to the terminal building. Whilst this service is predominantly for the use of our passengers, anyone with access to its location is free to use it.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport cannot accept responsibility for any passengers that miss their flight due to traffic problems, or because they didn’t allow sufficient time for the checking in and security processes.