If you are looking for an easy transport option then we recommend that you consider travelling to Liverpool Airport by bus, with a number of regular bus routes available it is an easy and cost effective option for any traveller. The bus is seen as a cheap transport option and is ideal if you live within easy reach of Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Travelling by bus to Liverpool Airport is a stress free mode of transport that can often pick you up very close to home and once your bags are loaded, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the ride. The wider Merseyside area is well serviced by regular bus services which also links out in to Cheshire, Lancashire and even Greater Manchester. We have brought you information on the main bus services that supply the airport.
The fantastic 500 Airport Flyer Bus Service links the Liverpool One bus station which is close to the centre of the city with Liverpool Airport.
Here are some other Arriva bus routes:
86D – 86A – 86
This links the airport with Liverpool city centre and travels via Liverpool South Parkway
89 – 89A
Linking the town of St Helens with Liverpool John Lennon it travels through Hunts Cross, Belle Vale, Huyton and Prescot
This regular bus service links the airport with the city centre and Speke
Linking Bootle with Speke via the airport bus station this bus travels across Liverpool from East to West
82A – 82B
This bus starts or finished at Halton Hospital on the edge of Runcorn with Liverpool City Centre. The route includes places like Widnes, Garston, Hale and Speke.
In addition to the Arriva bus services, Merseytravel operates the 883 which links Huyton with the airport via Belle Vale, Netherley, Halewood and Hunts Cross.
There are other option for getting to Liverpool Airport By Bus, these are just a few.