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Scheduled flights at Liverpool Airport began with the arrival of an Armstrong Whitworth Argosy airliner, in June 1930.
Liverpool is one of the country's oldest operational airports. The original airport was laid out on Chapel House Farm, on the old Speke estate. The farmhouse was converted into the first terminal building, and the farmyard roofed over to provide a hangar. In July 1932, Captain Harold James Andrews was appointed as airport manager, a significant milestone in the development of the airport.
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