We are specialists in transporting people to and from all the major airports in the UK, whether it’s for business or pleasure, we are your number one choice. Azure private hire strives to ensure that your airport transfers run as smoothly as possible. Customer satisfaction is at the heart of our business, if you are happy, so are we. We operate 24/7 airport taxi service and our friendly and professional drivers will pick you up from any destination work or home and take you to the airport straight to the departures terminal. Our drivers can also pick you up from any major airport arrivals terminal and take you to any destination of your choice. We have a large fleet of vehicles to accommodate your every need which include saloon vehicles, executive vehicles, executive minibuses, 7 to 8-seater minibuses and wheelchair access vehicles.
Bookings can be made fast and easy by calling one of our friendly team on 01782 39 39 39 who will guide you through the booking process or you can simply send us a message on our contact us page and a friendly member of staff will be in touch with you within 30 minutes or less. We are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, our competitive rates and our professional service will ensure you receive an experience you will not forget.
East Midlands Airport is owned by Manchester Airport Group, the largest British owned airport operator. The airport was opened to passengers in April 1965, prior to this the airport was originally a Royal Air Force Station It is located in East Midlands UK and is also an international airport. It is a hub for low fare airlines such as: TUI Airways, Ryanair, Jet2.com, Flybe and Thomas Cook Airlines. In 2008 5.6 million people travelled through East Midlands Airport making it the 11th busiest airport in the UK and it also has a major air cargo hub which is the second busiest UK airport for freight traffic in 2016 after London Heathrow.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is an international airport. The airport was operated by the RAF during the World War II and was known as RAF Speke. The original name of the airport was Speke Airport, although in 2001 the airport had a change of name to Liverpool John Lennon Airport. It was renamed after the iconic musician John Lennon of The Beatles.
In 2017 the airport served 495 million passengers making it the twelfth busiest airport in the UK.
Road – Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located to the main motorway network which links to the M57, M56, M62 motorways, providing excellent road access for all passengers who wish to travel throughout the North West, North wales and other areas. For people who have Sat-Nav in the vehicles, the postcode for Liverpool John Lennon Airport is L24 1YD