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Taxi Manchester Airport to Blackburn

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Please ensure you book the correct taxi for your Manchester Airport to Blackburn journey. Vehicle capacity is indicated below:

Manchester Airport Passengers Passengers    Manchester Airport Suitcases Suitcases    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage Hand luggage

Saloon Car

Manchester Airport Saloon Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x2    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x2

Saloon Car Manchester Airport to Blackburn: £52

Estate Car

Manchester Airport Estate Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x4    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x4

Estate Car Manchester Airport to Blackburn: £62

People Carrier

Manchester Airport People Carrier                  Manchester Airport Passengers x5    Manchester Airport Suitcases x5    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x3

People Carrier Manchester Airport to Blackburn: £78

8 Seater Minibus

Manchester Airport 8 Seater Minibus                  Manchester Airport Passengers x8    Manchester Airport Suitcases x8    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x8

8 Seater Minibus Manchester Airport to Blackburn: £78


We advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
If your transfer is within the next 24 hours please call us on one of the following telephone numbers:


0161 820 6696


+44 (0) 161 820 6696

Remember, this is a set fare, no taxi meters, no hidden charges, regardless of the route or time taken from Manchester Airport.

Blackburn Area

Blackburn Location - Distance

Blackburn City Centre is located at a distance of 41.2 miles (66.3 KM) north of Manchester Airport. This journey in a taxi in normal traffic conditions should take about 1 hour along the M60, M61 and M65

Blackburn Information

Blackburn is a big town in Lancashire, England. It is to the north of the Western Pennine Moors on the southern area brink of the Ribble Valley, 9 miles (14 km) east of Preston, 41 miles (66 km) NNW of Manchester. Blackburn is surrounded to the southern area by Darwen, with which it makes the council of Blackburn with Darwen, Blackburn is its admin centre. At the time of the UK Government's 2001 census, Blackburn had a population of 105,085, whilst the bigger borough of Blackburn with Darwen had a population of 140,700.

Fabric manufacturing in Blackburn dates from the mid-13th century, when fleece cultivated by local producers was weaved in their households. Flemish weavers who colonized the region in the 14th century expanded the industry. By 1650 the urban center was known for the production of blue and white "Blackburn checks", and "Blackburn greys" were to become distinguished not long afterwards. By the 1st half of the 18th century textile manufacture had develop to be Blackburn's main industrial sectors. From the mid-18th to the early 20th century Blackburn progressed from a little marketplace town into "the weaving centre of the world", and its residents shot up from less than 5,000 to over 130,000.

Blackburn town centre is presently subject to a brand new multi-million pound financial investment, and Blackburn with Darwen Local authority or council have presently made some refurbishments and restoration of principal public areas, infamously the Church Street region with its Grade II listed art deco Waterloo Pavilions accompanied by street furniture and statues. The Mall Blackburn (previously recognized as Blackburn Shopping Centre) is the primary shopping centre in Blackburn with more than 130 retail stores and 400 more shops close by. Blackburn Market launched in a brand new area beneath the shopping centre in June 2011 and now opens 6 business days a week (Monday to Saturday) . The preceding marketplace was based on the other part of Ainsworth Street. It 1st launched on this area in 1964, where there was a 3-day market (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) and the Market Hall (Monday-Saturday). The town centre was extended by building of the Grimshaw Park shopping development (including Blackburn Arena) in the 1990s. The neighboring Townsmoor Retail Park and Peel Leisure and Retail Park are more current construction projects.

Blackburn Transport

The Leeds and Liverpool Canal runs through Blackburn from Feniscowles in the Southwest to Whitebirk in the Northeast, encircling the town centre to the eastern side of Blackburn train station. This significant early industrial thoroughfare appeared in the town in 1810 and were to become the main interest for commercial growth in the 19th century, with raw cotton brought in by way of Liverpool. Whilst it experienced neglect in the start of the regions commercial descent, the Blackburn part has benefited from a multitude of regrowth plans since the 1990s. British Waterways domestic moorings are to be found at Finnington Lane Bridge on the westerly outskirts of Blackburn.

The M65 motorway travels to the southern area of Blackburn. It operates from Colne, about 17 miles (27.4 km) northeast of Blackburn, to a point nearby to the settlement of Lostock Hall near Preston, nearly 12 miles (19.3 km) to the north west. Junction 6 of the motorway is situated at the easterly outskirts of Blackburn, close to the Intack region; junctions 5 and 4 are situated to the southern area, close to the settlement of Guide and the Lower Darwen region respectively; and junction 3 is situated at the southwest edge of the town, nearby to the Feniscowles region. The M65 connects Blackburn to the nationwide motorway system, connecting to junction 9 of the M61 and junction 29 of the M6.

Blackburn's newly re-developed train station is in the town centre, and is supported by Northern Rail. The closest train station on the West Coast Main Line is in Preston. Blackburn's Boulevard bus station is located outside the train station. Blackpool International Airport, approximately 23 miles (37 km) to the west, is Blackburn's closest airport. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in Great Britain apart from London, is about 43 miles (66 km) to the south-east of Blackburn.

Blackburn Night Life

If Blackburn’s night life is missing out on commercial, branded and chain clubs and bars that you may possibly discover in some of the bordering towns and cities, it definitely makes up for with its smaller sized, quirkier independents, stylish places and some of it’s long standing favourites. Regrettably for the new tourist, the variedness and vibrancy of Blackburn’s night-time offer is not coldly obvious, but scratch the exterior and you’ll soon begin to discover a real mixture of active little treasures concealed around Blackburn streets.

As well as various incredibly good small watering holes and bars, Blackburn also offers you a wide variety of very pleasant venues that manage to repeatedly draw in top touring bands as well as the normal showcase of local talent. Blackburn developed the late licence laws when Jack Straw was home secretary, so late, late drinking is certainly a strong point and early hours revellers are well catered for with big quantity of hunger-quenching fast food joints.

Recently, Blackburn College has massively enlarged its University Centre, so the university student population is at an all time high. This is certainly beginning to help Blackburn’s night-time economic climate and has brought with it a extremely significant injection of cool. Blackburn’s excessive drinking group has long gone and the town is definitely setting its night life dreams much higher these days.

Blackburn Hotels

Chimneys Guest House Blackburn

Address: 139 Preston New Road, Blackburn, BB2 6BJ
Telephone: 01254 665026
Distance From Manchester Airport: 41.1 miles (66.1 KM)

Premier Inn Blackburn Central

Address: Riversway Drive, Blackburn, BB3 0SN
Telephone: 0871 527 8100
Distance From Manchester Airport: 40.6 miles (65.3 KM)

Brown Leaves Country Hotel

Address: Longsight Road, Copster Green, Blackburn BB1 9EU
Telephone: 01254 249 523
Distance From Manchester Airport: 44.2 miles (71.1 KM)

The Fernhurst Lodge Blackburn

Address: 466 Bolton Road, Blackburn BB2 4JP
Telephone: 01254 693541
Distance From Manchester Airport: 41.5 miles (66.7 KM)

Hill View Hotel & Guest House Blackburn

Address: 90 Preston New Road, Blackburn BB2 6BH
Telephone: 01254 662242
Distance From Manchester Airport: 41.2 miles (66.3 KM)

Oaklands Hotel Blackburn

Address: 102 Preston New Road, Blackburn BB2 6BH
Telephone: 01254 53309
Distance From Manchester Airport: 41.2 miles (66.3 KM)

The Millstone Hotel Mellor Blackburn

Address: Church Lane, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire BB2 7JR
Telephone: 01254 813333
Distance From Manchester Airport: 42.6 miles (68.5 KM)

Travelodge Hotel - Blackburn M65

Address: Junction 4 M65, Darwen Motorway Service Area, Blackburn BB3 0AT
Telephone: 0871 984 6122

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