Liverpool John Lennon Airport is approximately 7.5 miles South East of Liverpool City Centre and is one of Europe’s fasting growing airports with direct flights to major European Cities such as Paris, Madrid, Milan, Barcelona, Berlin & Amsterdam.
Manchester Airport, the UK’s third largest airport, serves nearly 200 destinations and over 29 million passengers in 2019
Mersey Ferries offer 10 minute cross-river services between Pier Head and the Wirral 7 days a week.
Daily services to Dublin, Belfast and the Isle of Man from P&O and Norfolkine Irish Sea.
£47m Liverpool City Centre Connectivity scheme to reduce congestion and improve air quality.
- London – 2 hours 16 minutes
- Birmingham – 1 hours 31 minutes
- Manchester – 34 minutes
- Chester – 45 mins
- Leeds – 1hr 23 mins
- Glasgow – 3hrs 33 mins
Connections to HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail will both cut journey times, increase capacity and boosting the local economy.
Merseyrail Loop, located directly under No. 1 Tithebarn, connects the city to the Wirral and links James Street, Central and Moorﬁelds stations to Liverpool Lime Street.