Parking at Liverpool John Lennon Airport is really straight-forward. You can either choose the on-airport parking, or opt for alternative car parking options, in many cases more cost-effective, however requiring longer transfer times back to the terminal building. There is a Short Stay / Multi Storey car park next to the Express Drop Off & Pick up area, as well as a Long Stay car park set across two sites.
Several independent providers offer off-airport parking, alongside with the transfer service included in the price, so for longer journeys it might be worth getting a quote from those.
Alternatively, if you are pushed for time or do not enjoy logging your suitcases from the car into the shuttle bus, and then from the shuttle bus into the terminal building, you can choose the Meet & Greet parking service at Liverpool Airport. Several companies offer Meet & Greet car parking options; all you’d need to do is drive to the airport and drop your keys off with the car park’s representative, and they will park it for you. Upon your arrival back from your travels, your car will be returned to you.
Car parking prices at Liverpool Airport vary based on the duration and type of car parking you book. For example, a week’s parking in July 2014 would set you back anywhere from £29.99 to £65.99.
Opened in the summer of 1933, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located 7 miles South East of Liverpool City Centre and has over 4.2 million passengers passing through in a year (2013 statistics).
Passenger numbers are steadily increasing at Liverpool John Lennon Airport; it is now considered UK’s 12th busiest airport, offering flights to over 60 destinations, including domestic flights and cities across Europe.
The airport, which uses a line from a famous Beatles song as their tagline ‘Above us only sky’, is favoured by budget airlines such as easyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air, and provides excellent low cost travel options to residents of surrounding regions.