Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is set for a return to pre-Covid operations, with the number of flights, passengers and seats for sale likely to be the most since before the pandemic, the airport’s management said in a March 29 statement. “The number of seats on sale to over 50 destinations served by airlines operating this Summer from Liverpool is up 14% on last year,” LJLA said, with easyJet offering 20% more, including on new routes to Corfu and Paris. Irish rival Ryanair is adding 11%, with new routes to Ibiza, Madrid and Shannon, while winter connections to Malta and
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