Taxis from Leeds Bradford Airport

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Balliol Taxis; picking up from and dropping off to Leeds Bradford Airport

If you need to get to or from Leeds Bradford Airport give Balliol Taxis a call and we will make the journey easy and stress-free.

Our local knowledge means we will get you there on time, and we are always able to give you hints and tips to make your visit extra special!

Contact us for a quote or visit our general pricing page.


About Leeds Bradford Airport

Leeds Bradford Airport sits in Yeadon, about 7 miles northwest of Leeds city centre. It is the largest airport in Yorkshire.

 

During the Second World War it was used as a shadow factory to build military aircraft. In 1947, civil flights were reintroduced. The airport’s popularity took off in the 1970s when the package holiday became popular with brits. The first holiday charter flight to the Iberian Peninsular from Britain took of from Leeds Bradford Airport in 1976. In 1986, Concorde landed at the airport for the first time, and 70,000

people came to watch the event.

 

Nowadays you can fly with the following airlines from Leeds Bradford Airport: Aer Lingus, Aurigny, BH Air, easyJet, Flybe, Jet2, KLM, Ryanair, TUI Airways, Wizz Air. Many flights have been relocated to Leeds Bradford Airport following the closure of Doncaster Sheffield Airport in 2022.

 

Leeds Bradford Airport is home to Jet2’s training base. One of its terminals is reserved solely for Jet2 flights.

Why our Passengers love Leeds Bradford Airport

  • They can relax in one of three airport lounges: The Yorkshire Lounge, White Rose Lounge and The 1432 Runway Club
  • You can fast track through security for a small fee
  • There are plenty of places to grab a hot drink, a meal or a tipple before your flight
  • Duty free goodies are up for grabs
  • It's in the heart of Yorkshire, so is ideally located for most people in the North of England.

Travel to and from Leeds Bradford Airport

Leeds Bradford Airport lies 7 miles from Leeds and about 9 miles from Bradford. It is well connected by road and can be accessed easily from the A1M motorway.

Bus services serve the surrounding towns and cities but have become less frequent since the COVID pandemic.