Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the UK's longest established operational airports, having been officially opened in 1933, and is located 7 miles from Liverpool City Centre, adjacent to the River Mersey.

Until 2007 it was one of Europe's fastest growing airports, having increased its annual passenger numbers from 875,000 in 1998 to 5.47 million. The growth rate was 10.2% in 2007. 500,000 passengers were handled in one month, for the first time, during May 2007. Per CAA UK airport statistics, the number of passengers during 2008 reduced by 2.5% to 5.33 million.

In 2007 Liverpool Airport started the construction of a new multi-level car park and a budget Hampton by Hilton Hotel with an overhead bridge to the main terminal. In 2009 a announcement came from Peel Airports Group that they are considering new investors to continue its investment at its airports. The proposed developments for Liverpool Airport will see improvements in retail by creating additional shop units and a more advanced security area aiming at reducing waiting times. The new facilities are due to be completed in Autumn 2010.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (JLA) is bringing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to the forefront of its business. JLA is building upon the previous ad-hoc community activities which will now be co-odinated through the CSR approach going forward.

The aim of CSR at JLA is to build, engage and develop relationships between the Airport and key stakeholders such as local communities and businesses. Below are a few CSR initiatives which will help JLA to achieve this aim.

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Liverpool John Lennon Airport Liverpool, LIV L24 1YD
United Kingdom

Contact Info
0871 521 8484

Liverpool Airport Weather info
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