Liverpool International Airport is one of the UK's fastest growing
regional airports, with passengers topping 1,500,000 in the past few years. The airport is currently undergoing a major programme of investment and improvement.
The airport has one terminal, with check-in, ticket sales and reservation desks located in the centre of the main concourse. There are also monitors situated across the
airport with up-to-date flight information displayed.
The bureau de change facility is run by Thomas Cook and offers a wide range of foreign currencies over the counter.
Shopping & Food
A host of new retail and catering facilities are on hand in the terminal, with the new boardwalk shopping area selling a range of goods, from mobiles, sports clothing
to fine chocolates.
A lingerie and gifts shop are also located in the terminal, with confectionary and newspapers available at the newsagent's. Once through security there
is a modern duty-free shopping area located along with an airside bar, restaurant, and WH Smiths.
On the third floor you can find a wide variety of places to eat and drink including Burger King, Aintree Food Village and the Estuary Bar. Further facilities include a
children's play area called Serendipity Games.
The airport meets the EU standards for provision for disabled persons.
You may refer further queries to the Information Desk, which is situated on the ground floor of the main Terminal Building, and provides help on queries about flights,
general transport, lost property and left luggage.