Direct flights to Liverpool
Liverpool is jam packed with exciting things to do and countless places to see. Learn more about the destination and find all direct flights to the city here.
Liverpool Airport is a medium sized airport in United Kingdom. In total there are 70 airports with direct flights to Liverpool from United Kingdom and 26 other countries. The airport is a focus city for Ryanair (Operating base.) and easyJet (Operating base.). You can easily reach Liverpool with daily non-stop flights from airline hub Dublin with Aer Lingus.
Non-stop routes to LPL:
Liverpool. The very name conjures up images of a glorious maritime history, world-beating musical heritage, two of the Premiership's biggest football teams and not one, but two majestically different Cathedrals. This Northwest city and the surrounding City Region is certainly all those things, but it is also so much more.
Recent investment to the tune of millions of pounds has rejuvenated the city and Liverpool has been restored back to its glory days with fabulous shopping, hip hotels, superb restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Find a direct flight to Liverpool
Are you headed to Liverpool for a vacation? Luckily, the city is well connected to the rest of Europe and you can find direct connections to pretty much every country in the continent. Below you find a list of some of the European airports with the most frequent direct flights to the airport of Liverpool – please use the links to learn more about each flight option.
- Direct flights from Dublin (DUB) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Alicante (ALC) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Malaga (AGP) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Faro (FAO) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Knock (NOC) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Amsterdam (AMS) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Nice (NCE) to Liverpool (LPL)
- Direct flights from Frankfurt (FRA) to Liverpool (LPL)
Don’t miss this in Liverpool
Liverpool was one of the most important cities in the UK Industrial Revolution due to its busy maritime and industrial port. It prospered from the wealth generated from the shipping of cotton, textiles and sugar; however it was badly damaged by bombing in World War II and struggled during the depression and subsequent years.
Liverpool’s impressive waterfront has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, admire the beautiful architecture and explore the Albert Dock now home to the Tate Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum or head to Pier Head and take a trip on a Mersey Ferry. The explosion of pop music and the Beatles in the 60’s made Liverpool famous the world over - the Fib Four are Liverpool’s most famous sons. No trip to Liverpool is complete without a visit to The Beatles Story at Albert Dock which takes you on a superb tour of the Beatles' lives.
The Cavern Club located on Matthew Street, where the Beatles first began, is also worth a visit. As well as boasting two famous Premiership football clubs, Liverpool and Everton, Liverpool is host to the world’s biggest steeplechase – the Grand National.
How to find a cheap flight to Liverpool
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Liverpool climate – what to expect
Liverpool experiences a temperate maritime climate, like much of the British Isles, with relatively cool summers and mild winters. Its coastal location and urban situation means diurnal temperature ranges are particularly subdued, ranging from an average of 7.0 °C in May to just 3.8 °C during December. Historically, Bidston Observatory has provided the longest and most unbroken weather data for the Merseyside area. More recently, the Met Office has operated a weather station at Crosby.