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Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) Motorhome Hire

Liverpool Airport, Liverpool John Lennon now has motorhome hire pickup, subject to availability. You can book online airport motorhome hire for Liverpool airport. Allowing you to explore the north west of England.

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Liverpool Airport offers scheduled flights with the following airlines from Europe and abroad: Easyjet; Flybe; KLM; Ryanair and Wizz Air.

Delivery and Pickup Charges

Delivery and pickup charges will be mentioned on the vehicle details you select. When you are given the member contact details you can finalize the pickup arrival and departure details.

Bedding and linen costs

On selected vehicles bed linen can be hired. There is no charge for standard kitchen pots, pans and cutlery.

Reasonable Pickup and Return times

Please be considerate and try and plan the vehicle pickup and drop for normal office hours. We recommend you arrange to pickup after 9:00am and return the vehicle before 6:00pm on the return hire date.

Handover times

Always allow 40 minutes for a handover, both for collection and return of the motorhome. During the motorhome pick-up handover you will be shown how to use the motorhome such tasks as changing the toilet cassette and gas bottle changing. When you return the motorhome it will be checked over to ensure that everything is in good condition and fuel tanks are at the same levels as when taken out.

Liverpool Airport John Lennon (LPL) History

The airport was originally named Speke Airport and named after the Speke Hall grounds that it occupied. It started operations in 1930. Scheduled flights with Imperial Airways via Barton, Manchester, to Croydon, London became available.

With the outbreak of World War II the base was transferred to the RAF and became RAF Speke. Rootes in a shadow factory built Bristol Blenheims and Handley Page Haifaxes. The Lockheed Aircraft Corporation used the site to assemble Hudson lightweight bombers and P-51 Mustangs fighters, these aircraft where shipped to Liverpool docks.

After VE-Day the RAF base was transfered again for civil use.

The original Speke building has been converted to a hotel; the old terminal can be seen on Beatle footage with fans standing on the art deco style structure.

In 2002 the site was renamed in honour of Liverpool's famous son John Lennon.