Passenger advice Friday 17th August 2018:: We have been notified that the Northbound & Southbound sides of The Strand in Liverpool City Centre and adjoining roads will be closed from 7:00pm Friday August 17 – 6:00am Monday August 20 2018. For more information www.cultureliverpool.co.uk Read More

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Week commencing March 31st will see airlines operating from Liverpool John Lennon Airport start their summer schedules bringing the region’s passengers even more destinations around Europe to fly to from their local airport.

See below for a full list of when our summer routes will be starting up again.

easyJet (Week Commencing)
Naples – March 31st (4x weekly)
Bodrum – March 31st (2x weekly)
Ibiza – June 23rd (1x weekly)
Bordeaux – June 9th (up to 4x weekly)
Newquay – 30th June (2x weekly)
Nantes 30th June (2x weekly)
Mahon – 30th June (up to 4x weekly)
Rhodes 21st April (2x weekly)

Ryanair (Week Commencing)
Porto – March 31st (2x weekly)
Palma de Mallorca – March 31st (6x weekly)
Nimes – March 31st (2x weekly)
Bergerac – March 31st (2x weekly)
Pisa – March 31st (2x weekly)
Ibiza – April 28th (up to 3x weekly)
Rhodes – April 28 (2x weekly)
Kos – April 28th (1x weekly)

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