The final phase of the latest development works aimed at further improving the customer experience for departing passengers at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has now been completed.
This week, low-cost carrier Ryanair, launches six new routes linking Liverpool John Lennon Airport with even more European destinations. The seventh is departing on 3rd November to Paris Beauvais. Two of the seven are to Gdansk and Szczecin in Poland. The others include Knock, Faro, and the Canary Islands, Tenerife and Fuerteventura.
To celebrate, one of the first passengers checking-in at LJLA for the inaugural flight to Knock was presented with Champagne courtesy of Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Amanda King and her daughter Charlotte from Warrington, took advantage of the low-cost fares and chose to fly from Liverpool to Knock for a short break. Whilst on their break they’re planning to visit Our Lady of Knock.
Neil Pakey, Deputy CEO of Peel Airports Group, said: “We’re pleased to announce the seven new routes from LJLA with Ryanair to a great range of destinations which will no doubt appeal to many passengers throughout the North West, especially the sunny Canary Islands for some winter sun or a trip to the Pomeranian Princes castle in Szczecin.
Ryanair’s Marketing Executive Maria Macken, said: "We are delighted to introduce these fantastic new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport today. There is a great demand for low cost travel in Liverpool. Why not try out our new winter sunshine destinations to the Canary Islands or maybe pop over to Poland to get that brighter than white smile!”
Scandinavia’s largest regional airline Widerøe has today announced that it is to start operating a twice weekly service between Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) and Bergen in Norway.
Blue Air’s newest flights from Liverpool to Malaga and Majorca take off for the first time next week. These two routes were announced late last year as part of the airline’s 2017 network expansion program which ended the year with 34 new route announcements.