A clutch of new routes helped make last year the busiest for Liverpool airport since 2012.
Passenger numbers rose by 8% over 2014 with the help of new services to Amsterdam, Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh and Riga.
The airport kicked off 2016 by handling 20% more passengers in January against the same month last year.
January’s figure completes 12 consecutive months of growth with more than 300,000 passengers using the airport in the month, a rise of 50,000 year-on-year.
“Further passenger growth at Liverpool is expected to continue throughout 2016 with new and additional services due to commence in the coming months, reflecting the continued upsurge in business at the airport,” a spokesman said.
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