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Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (IATA code LPL) is a fairly sized aviation facility in Liverpool. It was named after the late John Lennon, a founding member of Liverpudlian music group The Beatles, in 2000, twenty years after Lennon's murder. Before this, the airport used to be known as Speke.

On the roof is painted a line from Lennon's song, Imagine: "Above us, only sky".

Although such local airlines as BEA[?] and later British Airways have served from time to time, the airport is basically a charter airline haven. It is capable of accepting all kinds of jets.

The airport is served by the following airline companies:

And the cargo airline area is served by:

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