New rail service to Liverpool Airport

New rail service to Liverpool Airport

Travelling to Liverpool John Lennon Airport is now easier for rail passengers from West and North Yorkshire, following the start of a new service calling at nearby Liverpool South Parkway station. For the first time, trains run by First TransPennine Express now link Scarborough, York, Leeds, Huddersfield and Manchester direct with the station. The station itself is linked by a dedicated airport bus link every 20 minutes, which operates door to door, taking passengers direct from the station entrance to the front of the airport terminal in just ten minutes. “This new service is yet another piece of the jigsaw for the Airport, opening up public transport access to the Airport from parts of the North of England not previously served before,” said Robin Tudor, head of PR for Peel Airports, owners of Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented. “Passengers will now be able to access the airport by train from a far wider catchment, to take advantage of its wide choice of destinations and great value fares.”

Gary Marshall
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