For the ninth consecutive month, Liverpool John Lennon Airport has recorded increased passenger numbers, again!
Up by an impressive 9%, it means that the airport has, during October, seen nearly 400,000 passengers pass through its doors.
This also means that the airport is 6.5% higher year-to-date passenger numbers compared to 2014.
New services have helped the airport to thrive, which includes five new airlines joining LJLA in the last 12 months consisting of 12 new services to 8 new destinations – Vueling flying to Barcelona, Thomson Airways flying to Majorca, Blue Air flying to Cluj, Ryanair increasing their capacity to Dublin, Kos and Rhodes, Aer Lingus flying to Dublin and Flybe flying to Edinburgh.
Speaking about the news, CEO of Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Andrew Cornish, said, “We have seen almost 230,000 more passengers choose to use the airport so far this year, taking advantage of the increased choice of airlines and range of destinations now served from here and we expect this growth to continue in 2016 too.”