Liverpool John Lennon Airport: An Illustrated History (Paperback)
From the airport's opening in July 1933 to recent developments, including the official renaming as Liverpool John Lennon Airport, the opening of the new terminal building and the current expansion plans that could see an additional five million passengers over the next ten years, this updated, detailed history recounts the story of one of the North West's major airports.
Phil Butler has written a number of avaition articles, including ones for Air Britain Digest. He is the author of War Prizes: An Illustrated Survey of German, Italian and Japanese Aircraft Brought to Allied Countries During and After the Second World War. He lives in Cheltenham.