Liverpool Airport Guide to Liverpool Airport - John Lennon (LPL)

Liverpool Airport Terminal

LPL Airport opened in 1986 after the closure of the original 1930s building. Currently, the original terminal is an hotel named Crowne Plaza Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel.

One of the main facts about LPL Airport is that it provides service for “low cost” operators and that is the reason why the layout of the gates and terminal requires travelers to walk unprotected to and from the aircraft from the weather.



The airport has a Main Terminal and, as well, a Main Concourse where all carriers operates from there.

It has a single runway and the check-in desks are located in the centre of the main concourse, opposite the main entrance.

Keep reading to know more information about the Main Terminal at LPL Airport.



LPL Airport Main Terminal consists of the following levels:

- Lower level: Departures and Arrivals, find also the ticketing desks and boarding gates 1-10 and 30-45. Services: Currency exchange, ATMs, baby care facilities, disabled toilets, toilets, picinc area, smoking room and access to the upper level by both stairs and lifts.

- Upper level: This level stands for the upper retail level, with a wide offer on food, drink and retail shops. Services: Toilets, disabled toilets, quiet room, prayer room and access to the lower level by both stairs and lifts.



LPL Airport Main Terminal is equipped with the following services:

- ATMs
- Currency exchange
- Baby care facilities
- Disabled toilets
- Toilets
- Smoking room
- Quiet room
- Prayer room
- Picnic area


Airport Lounges

LPL Airport Main Terminal counts with the Aspire Premium Lounge.

Location: Lower level departure lounge. Services: TV, magazines and newspapers, free Wi-Fi access and charging facilities.