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2008-10-11 18:00:22

A DELEGATION from Liverpool John Lennon Airport is setting off to Malaysia to attend The World Route Development Forum. Described as "speed dating" for businesses, hundreds of airports will meet around 300 of the world's major airlines at the annual event at Kuala Lumpur. The forum, which runs from tomorrow until Tuesday, gives airports the opportunity to explore route development opportunities with airlines. John Lennon Airport will be promoting its capabilities to prospective...

2008-09-30 18:00:52

TWO of Liverpool's popular Superlambananas must have had a return ticket in their pocket - because they are back in Liverpool to greet commuters at city train stations. Lamb Lines and Ba Ba Braille Sheep were snapped up by their sponsors Merseytravel at the Superlambanana auction in St George's Hall earlier this month. Now the pair of statues are back in public and are currently to be found at James Street Station and Liverpool South Parkway. People may also soon see them dotted at...

2008-09-04 18:00:21

SOME observers may consider it regrettable that Liverpool John Lennon Airport is today unveiling its own dedicated police force. The 10-officer team will provide an around-the-clock service and part of its remit is to work alongside private security firms to address counter-terrorismissues. Currently, Peel Airports and Merseyside Police each pay for one full-time police officer to work at the airport. Those Mersey siders who look back with fondness to the days when the airport was...

2008-08-21 18:00:37

LIVERPOOL'S John Lennon Airport is gearing up for what is expected to be its busiest weekend of the year. Around 75,000 passengers are forecast to be moving through the airport during tomorrow, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. Favourite hotspots include Malaga, Barcelona, Palma, Alicante and Nice. (c) 2008 Daily Post; Liverpool. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2006-11-10 15:00:47

By NICK COLIGAN Political Reporter WORK to remove the wreckage of the ferry landing stage from the Mersey has come to a halt. A salvage team has left the site only two months after starting, saying the job is more complex than originally thought. Long-suffering ferry passengers going between Liverpool and Wirral will now have to use a temporary pontoon for even longer. Pier Head visitors will still be greeted by the sight of the semi- submerged structure, eight months after it...