Leeds Bradford Airport
Leeds Bradford International Airport is the largest airport in Yorkshire, serving the cities of York, Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield. Located 11 km outside the centre of Leeds, the airport stands as the gateway to this exciting region for more than 3 million travellers yearly. Whether you’re landing or jetting off, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained. With around 16 airlines, you can travel to the far corners of the globe with ease.
Getting to Leeds Bradford AirportIf you’re travelling to the airport from the city centre, you can choose from a variety of transport options. You can hop on one of the many Flying Tiger bus services running daily from early morning until late evening. These buses feature both comfortable seats and Wi-Fi, so you can browse social media or finish up work as you head for your flight. There are train links available from both Leeds and Bradford, too. If arriving by car, there are ample parking services available.
All the services you needLeeds Bradford Airport opened in 1931 as ‘Yeadon Aerodrome’ and is still known as ‘Yeadon’ among locals. Today, you will find all the services you’d expect from a modern airport. Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the terminal, as well as fast track security passes and premier lounges. If you need to upgrade your wardrobe or grab a snack or book before your flight, you’ll find a wide range of shops and restaurants on-site.
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