Showing posts with label Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Show all posts

19 June, 2021

easyJet will launch a new domestic route from Bournemouth International Airport to Liverpool John Lennon Airport this summer

The leading UK budget airline, easyJet has confirmed it will be launching a new domestic flight from Bournemouth to Liverpool this summer as demand for domestic travel increases.  The new route to Liverpool joins two further domestic easyJet routes operating from the South Coast airport to Belfast and Edinburgh, also starting for the first time this summer. 

Flights from Bournemouth International Airport to Liverpool John Lennon Airport will take off from 10 July and will, operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  The lead-in launch fares started at £22.99 one way plus charges and fees.

Ali Gayward, easyJet’s UK Country Manager said: "We know our customers can’t wait to be reunited with friends and family or have more opportunity to explore the UK so this new route from Bournemouth should prove popular and will further strengthen our UK domestic network providing customers with even more choice."

Steve Gill, Managing Director at Bournemouth Airport, said: “Launching the new Liverpool route with easyJet is yet another important milestone for Bournemouth Airport and our region, adding even more choice and domestic connectivity between the south and the north-west. This is great news for business and leisure passengers in both directions and delivers on our promise to keep adding flights and keep growing our important partnership with easyJet. Bournemouth Airport had now launched 33 destinations in 15 countries, all available to book for 2021/22.”

25 May, 2021

Welcome back......City of Derry Airport – Liverpool flights resume

A few Beatles’ lyrics were being quoted yesterday morning to celebrate the official launch of the eagerly awaited new Loganair service between City of Derry Airport (CODA) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

The Glasgow-based company – now the UK’s largest regional airline – recently stepped in to re-establish the popular UK domestic route following Ryanair’s decision to step back as the carrier.

Loganair is initially offering flights four days a week on Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. However, this will increase to a daily service from late June – the perfect escape for a weekend city break following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Fares start at £44.99 one way with hand baggage and hold luggage allowance included as well as refreshments served on board.

The air link between CODA and Liverpool is just the ticket for visitors who love everything the former cities of culture have to offer ranging from music legends to Premier League football.

The iconic Abbey Road image of The Fab Four was even re-enacted on the tarmac at CODA during the celebrations to mark the launch of the new Loganair service this morning.

21 January, 2020

UK Regional Air Connectivity Review: aviation minister visits Liverpool John Lennon Airport to launch UK tour of regional airports

The Aviation Minister, Paul Maynard, visited Liverpool John Lennon Airport on Monday, 20th January to launch his UK tour of regional airports, as part of the Department for Transport’s Regional Air Connectivity Review.

the Department for Transport seeks the views of local airports to identify how best to support connectivity across the UK

The review was launched last week as part of a series of measures to support regional connectivity across the UK, to ensure that people in all corners of the country benefit from prosperity and economic growth in years to come.

The Department for Transport will work closely with the aviation industry, local regions and devolved nations, to identify how it can support connectivity, starting with meeting the CEO of Liverpool John Lennon Airport, John Irving."