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Liverpool Airport continued its strong performance during 2015. During the month of June, the airport carried over 397,000 passengers meaning a rise versus 2014 of 9.36%.


Strong network performance across its five scheduled operators with strong load factor gains and new routes have increased passenger numbers. The airport continues to look to develop services with its existing carriers and new operators as passengers remain keen to travel from their local airport.

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