Companies in Liverpool have road, air, sea, and telecommunications infrastructures to move freight and services anywhere in the world.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of Europe’s fastest growing airports.
It connects to more than 650 worldwide destinations through its KLM service to Amsterdam's Schipol airport, and is a hub for European travel with direct flights to many European capitals including Paris, Madrid and Berlin. Just a 60 minute drive away, Manchester Airport serves many international destinations.
Liverpool is one of the best connected locations in the UK. It has an excellent transport infrastructure, providing access to UK and global markets. The Port of Liverpool is the largest Freeport Zone in the UK. It is the top UK port for trade with USA and Canada, making it the UK's third largest container port. The port is one of the main distribution centres for imports and exports with Europe, Asia and North America.
Liverpool has some of the UK’s most advanced digital connections. It is also one of Europe’s most connected cities, with a 100 percent broadband and complete city-centre 'wi-fi' internet.