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Planning your summer holiday but don’t want to break the bank? Look no further. Running from 21st May until 24th May, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is now providing weekly flights to Newquay, leaving on Saturdays at 6.30pm. The best bit? Prices start at £29.99.
If you are planning on travelling to Newquay this summer and you’re weighing up the options on how to get there, don’t forget that the average drive from Liverpool to Newquay takes 6 hours - a flight from LJLA takes just one hour. So what could you possibly do with those spare 5 hours each way? Here are our favourite suggestions:
Learn how to surf! Newquay is renowned for its incredible beaches and you simply cannot visit this beautiful seaside town without testing out the waves. Why not pre-book surfing lessons on the famous Fistral Beach? Or, if you have already tried your hand at surfing, you can head down to one of the beaches and hire a surf board.
Visit Newquay Zoo. If you are an animal lover, Newquay Zoo is the perfect place to spend a few hours. Some of the beautiful creatures here include lions, meerkats, monkeys, penguins, snakes, lizards, frogs, deer and zebras. Covering over 13 acres, Newquay Zoo is the ideal location to spend an afternoon away from the beaches.
Dive in at Oasis Fun Pools! Whatever the weather, Oasis Fun Pools is the perfect place for all the family to enjoy water slides, fountains and waterfalls. The indoor pool is ideal if the weather isn’t great outside, and the outdoor pool is just as fun for all the family if the sun is shining. Don’t forget your armbands!
Watch a show at Lane Theatre. One of Newquay’s favourite attractions with both tourists and locals, Lane Theatre has a whole host of live performances for you to enjoy throughout the summer. With performances from musicians, mediums and comedians, there is definitely something for everybody – make sure your pre-book your tickets online to avoid disappointment.
Flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Newquay will be available from May with Flybe. For more information, call us today on 0800 011 1082. Alternatively, click here to check availability and book online.
Loganair, Scotland’s Airline, has announced plans to take up the Liverpool to Isle of Man route formerly flown by Flybe. The service will operate between Liverpool and the Isle of Man up to 19 times per week initially, with plans to increase this to three times daily from the end of March.
Explosives detection dogs from police forces across the country have been taking part in a major training exercise at Liverpool John Lennon Airport this week.