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Following the success of the world’s first airport ‘webinar’ staged by Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) in March, the Airport is to hold its next online interview on Friday 21st May at 2:00pm, with Paul Simmons, easyJet’s UK Regional General Manager.

Viewers from across the world will be able to listen to Paul talking about easyJet’s continued success at LJLA, on the day that the airline commences its first flight to the Isle of Man – the latest addition to their growing route network from Liverpool.

Neil Pakey, Deputy CEO of the Peel Airports Group will be hosting the 30 minute session and viewers will also once again be able to participate in the broadcast through an email questions and answers session.

Neil Pakey commented, “We entered the unknown with our first webinar last time, not knowing if anyone would be tuning in, but at its peak we had hundreds of viewers from a diverse range of organisations and interested parties, with many taking the opportunity to put questions to key people in the industry.”

“easyJet have been at the forefront of the Airport’s success in recent years and despite the recent recession are still growing their operations through here. This will be another great opportunity for viewers to get an insight into the secret of their success."

Businesses, airlines, passengers, students and others with an interest in the airport are again invited to register in advance and participate in the broadcast.

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