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Already this year, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is celebrating having attracted a host of new retailers to the terminal.

Four new and different retailers have recently swung open their doors to visitors and passengers at LJLA. Go Pizza, World in Motion, Bo Shoes have arrived on Level 3 before security and Antler has officially opened its brand new unit in the departure lounge, after passengers have passed through security.

Antler is the leading British supplier of luggage and travel related products and their airport store offers a range of collections including cabin sized bags, holdalls and travel accessories whilst Go Pizza offers a wide range of pizzas which are made freshly in front of the customer. World in Motion has a range of travel and aviation items which are ideal for special gifts or as collectables and BO Shoes sells a popular rubber shoe designed for comfort and style, in variety of colours which appeals to all ages.

The new tenants compliment existing stores in the terminal building and demonstrate the attractiveness of LJLA to recognised brands such as Boots, WH Smiths, Starbucks and Ritazza to name but a few as well as a number of stores unique to Liverpool.

Andrew Nicholls, Property Manager at LJLA, said: “The number of stores at LJLA has increased dramatically and with 5.5 million passengers now choosing to use LJLA we have a fantastic choice of shopping with a great mix of top name brands, boutique stores and eateries for them to choose from.”

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