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Liverpool John Lennon Airport wins Best Medium-sized UK Airport at the British Travel Awards 2019!
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is proud to announce that we are the winners of the Best Medium-sized UK Airport at the 2019 British Travel Awards! The awards were hosted in London on 27 November, attended by nearly a thousand travel industry people. Voting for the UK Best Airport Award was based on a public voting system.
We would like to extend our thanks to the public who voted for us and those who helped us achieve this accolade! As the Faster, Easier, Friendlier Airport of choice in the North West we pride ourselves on the great services we provide our passengers as they jet off to their next holiday. At Liverpool John Lennon Airport we cater for everyone’s needs with more than 70 destinations offering a whole host of holiday destinations all year round.
John Irving, CEO of Liverpool John Lennon Airport said:
“We are delighted to win this prestigious award. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is at the Heart of the North West and now serves over 70 destinations offering passengers from across the North West and North Wales a truly Faster, Easier, Friendlier experience. With security process times of under ten minutes and parking to gate in 15 minutes, we offer a family friendly experience for all passengers. This year, we have launched new routes to Vienna, Copenhagen, Guernsey, Varna, Paphos, Corfu and Tenerife, and continue to look to expand our route offering to allow passengers travelling for business or leisure to enjoy a stress-free start to their journey.”
Lorraine Barnes Burton, British Travel Awards’ chief executive said:
“Liverpool John Lennon Airport is to be congratulated on winning the UK’s Best Medium-sized Airport. Competition was particularly strong this year but ultimately it is the travelling public who decide the winners by voting for the travel companies they consider the best in the business. The British Travel Awards is the largest consumer awards programme in the UK and to win is truly an accolade.”
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