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As Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) prepares for a busy Christmas period, a number of charters have been operating into LJLA, with more planned in the near future.

Recent Cargo Aircraft arriving at the Airport include Latvia based operator RAF-AVIA which operated an A26 from Stavanger, whilst December 6th saw the arrival of a B737-800 Transvia aircraft, operating a shopping and football charter into the city from Norway. In early January, CityJet will also be operating a charter service from Antwerp.

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