Liverpool Airport Guide

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Getting there by Car / Taxi

The airport is closely connected to the M6 via the M56 and the M62, from which the airport is signposted. The best route from the motorways is to head for the A561, and then down Speke Hall Avenue, where the airport is situated. There is a taxi rank at the front of the terminal building. Taxis can also be booked in advance.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

Coaches into Liverpool city centre from all over the UK are run by National Express. Contact National Express for details of times and routes. The number 500 bus is a regular shuttle between the airport and Liverpool city centre, although there are other services. For more information on other bus services contact Merseytravel.

Getting there by Train

There are several services to Hunt's Cross (the nearest station to the airport) from Liverpool and Manchester. Passengers wishing to travel to or from another destination by train should change at Liverpool or Manchester. Hunt's Cross station is linked to the airport by regular Airlink bus services. Details of train times are available from National Rail.