Leeds/Bradford Airport Information (LBA)
Leeds-Bradford International Airport (LBA) is situated eight miles northwest of Leeds and just seven miles north of Bradford, making the airport the ideal port of entry for visitors to either of these major cities. Locally referred to as Yeadon Airport, this is Yorkshire's largest airport.
- Leeds/Bradford, West/North Yorkshire
- Leeds Bradford International Airport Limited
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 053°51'57"N 001°39'38"W
Nearly three million passengers pass through Leeds-Bradford International Airport each year, travelling to and from a number of major destinations such as London, Amsterdam and Paris. The airport also provides a quick and convenient connection for those who want to travel farther afield.
There are plenty of services and facilities located at Leeds-Bradford International Airport and those with time to kill will find plenty to do. There is also a good selection of places to shop, eat and drink located throughout the airport, while the airport's money changing, business and disabled facilities are modern and conveniently placed.
Leeds-Bradford International Airport is also well connected to the cities of Leeds and Bradford by both rail and rail and passengers can be in the heart of either of these metropolises in less than half an hour. There are a number of transport options available right at the airport such as car hire, public buses, taxis and a direct rail link.
Located in western Yorkshire, the airport is the gateway to the gorgeous Yorkshire Dales, which are blessed with some of England's most stunning scenery. This area is scattered with picturesque towns and villages to explore, offering visitors a uniquely English experience.