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Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has today launched Liverpool Airport Holidays, a new service offering tailor made packages to over 70 destinations flying direct from Liverpool.
Partnering with Myriad Travel, a local ATOL protected travel agent, Liverpool Airport Holidays offers customers unique package holidays, as well as exclusive airport offers on parking, fast-track and the airport lounge. Customers will also have access to 24/7 support whilst abroad, should they need it.
The unique package holidays will feature on a dedicated page on the airport website and also be promoted across the airport’s social media channels, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and our new WhatsApp account.
Customers are also welcome to contact the Liverpool Airport Holidays team to create their own personalised Liverpool Airport Holidays package.
Liverpool Airport Holidays customers can make bookings either through a dedicated telephone number 0151 907 1820 or email address [email protected] The team are available Mon – Fri 9am-5pm and contactable via email at the weekends.
Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, “Liverpool Airport Holidays has been introduced to give the region’s holidaymakers an easy way to access some fantastic package holidays, all with the benefits of flying from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, the North West’s Faster, Easier, Friendlier airport.
This is the start of the Liverpool Airport Holidays product, with further exciting developments planned as we continue to increase our range of airlines and destinations.”
Liverpool Airport Holidays are now available at www.liverpoolairport.com/liverpool-airport-holidays
Telephone: 0151 907 1820
Email: [email protected]
LJLA CEO John Irving joined by Tiffany Woodley (far left) and Jessica Matthews (far right) from Myriad Travel celebrating the launch of Liverpool Airport Holidays.
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