Liverpool and Birmingham have been experiencing an abrupt rise in traffic as people from various parts of the world swarm for business and leisure purposes. Compared to January, 2013, there has been an evident growth in both the volume of traffic and the volume of travellers.
“Birmingham Airport has reported an increase of 10.6% passenger traffic in January compared to the same month last year. The figure was the first time the airport has experienced double-digit growth since December 2005. In total, 549,489 travellers passed through the airport during the first month of the year, and long-haul traffic saw a rise of 23.8% compared to January 2013. Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) also saw a rise in traveller number of 5% in January compared to last year.”
According to Birmingham Airport’s CEO Paul Kehoe, “These January figures show that more and more people are realising the benefits of using Birmingham as an alternative to other airports to fly for business and leisure.” This exact improvement is also seen at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) and they are expecting it to balloon even more as school half term rapidly approaches.
During these times, more travellers are expected to use airport transfer services abundantly available in Liverpool and Birmingham. When you plan to visit Birmingham and Liverpool, airport transfers are a great way for you to enjoy the scenery more and pay less (or none at all) attention to driving. That’s the true meaning of being a tourist.
For airport transfers in Liverpool, agencies like Cyllenius Travel Services are the way to go. They offer plenty of transportation services that suit every budget from private transfers, to bus transfers, to even corporate chauffeurs.
(Source: Traffic Up In January at Birmingham and Liverpool Airports, Airport World, February 12, 2014)