Liverpool loses out on lucrative air links due to Brexit fears

Uncertainty over Brexit has cost Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) two opportunities to link the city with key European hub operations. The airport has revealed that two airlines who had planned to launch routes to European hub airports, opening up wide-ranging travel routes around the globe for passengers from Merseyside and the North West, have both pulled out. One had got as far as filing for landing slots. Robin Tudor, head of PR and communications at LJLA, revealed the blow to airport plans at a meeting of the Cheshir... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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