Leeds Bradford Airport Guide
Welcome to the Leeds Bradford Airport Guide – the independent resource to help you find everything you need when travelling to, from and around Leeds Bradford Airport.
You’ll find a wide range of facilities are available at the airport, including those for business, leisure and support for disabled travellers. Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, taxis and car hire.
The one terminal at Leeds Bradford Airport sees more than 3 million passengers fly each year, a number that has steadily increased over the last few years.
Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well sign posted from the major access roads. The airport offers a range of valet, short and long stay parking.
Staying at Leeds Bradford Airport? Book a hotel!
Whether you have an early flight or have to stay at the airport during the night, airport hotels are always the best option. Find hotel deals at Leeds Bradford Airport on our hotels page, and start your holiday now!
Staying at a hotel may seem like an extra expense but it can really save you time and money as you will be close to, or even at the airport ready for your flight. This takes away any worry about traffic or issues with transportation.
It's that time of year again, when the sun is shining and the Prides are marching! Leeds Pride is taking place on the 5th of August 2018.
Hoards of people will descend on the city to enjoy live music and performances, the main parade and festival atmosphere. We thought it would be useful to write some special travel tips for the day to help you make the most of it and stay safe.Read more
A new Aviation Development Director has been appointed at Leeds Bradford Airport, who will make a switch to the site after an 18 year legacy at Newcastle Airport.Read more
After almost 10 years at the helm, the public face of Leeds Bradford Airport, Tony Hallwood, has made the decision to step down.Read more
Virgin Atlantic are running a full day course at Leeds Bradford Airport in order to help travellers beat their fear of travelling by plane. The company’s Flying Without Fear programme includes a real flight on a commercial aircraft, lasting about 45 minutes. The course looks to take an informative approach with practical activities, focusing around flying facts and developing methods to help passengers keep calm before a journey.Read more
...As the day Leeds saw 6cm of the first winter snow and had to close the airport overnight!
Thankfully, the efforts of the gritters and ploughs meant that the airport reopened around 9am. The weather has caused 2 flights (one of the destinations being Dublin) to be cancelled as well as various delays on arrival and departure flights.
The area of Leeds, more specifically surrounding the cross-Pennine length of the M62, was hit with with a bout of snow which caused a number of minor accidents resulting in dramatically slowed traffic.Read more