Flight Belfast Liverpool The flight route from Belfast (BFS) to Liverpool (LPL) is very popular in the United Kingdom and is at the same time the busiest and most popular domestic route from Belfast International Airport. In a flight time of just 45 minutes, the no frills airline Easyjet currently operates a low cost flight 4 to 7 times a day between the two cities. Due to the proximity of the two cities, flights on this route are always operated as a direct flight. There is presently no non-stop connection from Belfast City Airport (BHD) to Liverpool, however. The distance between the cities is only about 150 miles, however, the journey by coach or train and ferry has always been long and tedious, and flying is therefore a favourite option for business travellers as well as tourists.
The cost of travel varies depending on the season, the day of the week and when the air ticket is booked. Buying tickets well in advance is obviously advisable. However, the fare for a return flight will not normally amount to more than £100. Due to the frequency of the service, last-minute tickets are also usually widely available on this route. The destination airport, Liverpool John Lennon airport, is in the city of Liverpool and located about 7 miles from the city centre. There is a bus shuttle transferring passengers to and from Liverpool South Parkway Station. From here, passengers will be able to catch trains to Liverpool as well as cities and towns in the vicinity.