Our statement regarding the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Here at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, we have noticed a growing trend over the last few years in terms of essentials that our travellers bring with them through the airport and onto their flights. Headphones and speakers are now a travelling necessity; whether it’s music, podcasts or audio books you are listening to, people flying from LJLA are rarely seen without their favourite tech products.
Introducing Sound Express by WHSmith
Sound Express by WHSmith is now located within the Departure Lounge and offers an unrivalled selection of headphones, speakers and accessories to ensure all our travellers are kitted out with the best tech goods for their trip.
There really is something for everyone; if you have simply forgotten your headphones or you are looking to treat yourself, our selection of the biggest brands will definitely have what you are looking for. Alternatively, if you are looking for speakers to have next to the pool or in your hotel room whilst you’re getting ready, you will have a great selection to choose from at Sound Express by WHSmith.
If you aren’t sure where to begin or what you’re after, speak to our staff who specialise in the best audio tech products in the market. Depending on your budget and style requirements, our staff will be happy to help you decide on the perfect product. Some of the brands for sale at Sound Express by WHSmith include Beats, Bose, B&O Play by Bang & Olufsen, Sony and many, many more.
If you plan on visiting Sound Express before your next flight from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page for special offers and promotions. You can also sign up to our newsletter and follow #SoundExpress on Twitter to make sure you don’t miss any upcoming deals.
Sound Express by WHSmith is located in the Departure Lounge at LJLA, on the Lower Level after you have been through security.
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