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Flights to Leeds

Leeds Bradford Airport is the largest Yorkshire airport, offering national and international flights and handling around 4 million passengers each year. The airport is around 7 miles from the centre of Leeds, 9 miles from central Bradford, and is open for flights 24/7. Manchester Airport isn't far from Leeds Bradford, located in the North West of England. Passengers flying into Leeds Bradford will find it's easy to connect with national rail services from Harrogate, Leeds or Bradford, and there is a good bus/coach service from the airport, operated by providers such as National Express, Flying Tiger Buses and West Yorkshire Metro.

Which is the main airport in Leeds?

Leeds Bradford is the only airport serving the cities of Leeds and Bradford, and travellers will also find it an easy matter to reach the popular spa town of Harrogate and the East Yorkshire coastline from the airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Leeds?

National and international passengers can fly direct to Leeds Airport from destinations such as London, Southampton, Belfast, Dusseldorf, Salzburg or Paris. Airlines operating flights to Leeds include Flybe, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Jet2, Ryanair and TUI.

Why travel by plane to Leeds?

Leeds Bradford is an emerging hub for passengers travelling nationally or flying into the UK and aims to handle 7 million passengers a year by 2030. The airport has good passenger facilities, including 3 lounges and an excellent shopping opportunities. Some of the main reasons UK travellers opt to fly to Leeds are to avoid lengthy car journeys and traffic holdups from London or the coastal city of Southampton, saving travel time. International travellers often fly into Leeds as part of their holiday travel or business owing to it's ample selection of onward connections.

Before you travel to Leeds by plane - good to know!

Visitors to Leeds will find this vibrant city offers a number of popular tourist attractions. Some of the hidden gems that are often overlooked include the traditional Victorian music hall Leeds City Varieties, located on Swan Street, the ornate and historic shopping arcades, the Ivanhoe Clock,  and stunning Kirkgate Market. Using public transport to get around Leeds is easy, with buses and trains running from around 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Children under the age of five travel free on local buses when they are with a fare-paying passenger, and discounted bus travel is available when daily or weekly passes are purchased.

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