Liverpool is one of the largest cities in the United Kingdom, and also a centre of English culture. It is served by Liverpool John Lennon Airport, only 12 kilometres from the city centre. The airport is named after John Lennon, a member of the famous rock band The Beatles, tragically assassinated in New York City in 1980.
Flights from Liverpool to Manchester take off from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is the 14th busiest airport in UK. This airport has remained functional since 1933 and you can see John Lennon's statue at its entrance. Many Beatles fans often come to this airport to pay their respects to John Lennon, whose life is still a topic of discussion among music fans.