Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel
Otley Road | Leeds, LS16 8AG UK
Weetwood Hall Hotel
Otley Road, Headingley | Leeds, LS16 5PS UK
Village Hotel Leeds North
186 Otley Road, Headingley | Leeds, LS16 5PR UK
Ascot Grange Hotel
128 Otley Rd | Leeds, LS16 5JX UK
English Steps at Moor Grange
Moor Grange, Moor Rd. | Leeds, LS6 4BJ UK
The Butlers Hotel
40 Cardigan Rd, Headingley | Leeds, LS6 3AG UK
The Boundary Hotel - B&B
42 Cardigan Road | Leeds, LS6 3AG UK
The Grange Richardshaw Lane, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire | Leeds, LS28 7FF UK
St Michaels Lane | Leeds, LS6 3BR UK
6 - 10 Shire Oak Road | Leeds, LS6 2DE UK
62 Headingley Lane | Leeds, LS6 2BX UK
Corn Mill Lodge Hotel
Pudsey Road | Leeds, LS13 4JA UK
Oak Villa Hotel
55-57 Cardigan Road | Leeds, LS6 1DW UK
Harman Suites Self-Catering Apartments
48 St.Martins Avenue | Leeds, LS7 3LG UK
The Kingston Hotel
5 Kingston Terrace | Leeds, LS2 9BW UK
Leeds Airport Information
Travelex Bureau de Change has been operational at Leeds Bradford International Airport since 1984. There are 3 offices and these are located in Landside Departures Check In, Landside Arrivals, and the Baggage Reclaim Hall. Services offered are those expected by any major foreign exchange Company; sale and purchase of all major worldwide currencies and travellers cheques, and travel insurance.
Our friendly staff are trained to the highest standard and are renowned as the currency experts.
Servisair's Executive Lounge is situated on the first floor of the Departure Lounge, this is available for use by both domestic and international passengers. A full bar service, complimentary newspapers, fax machine, telephone and the services of a Servisair representative are available. Entry to the lounge is through membership of the Yorkshire Executive Lounge or alternatively by obtaining a ticket from the Servisair ticket desk in the check-in concourse for a one off entry fee of £18.80 per person per visit.
Relax in Comfort - With Brand New Executive Lounge Facilities..…
Passengers are now able to enjoy brand new executive lounge facilities at Leeds Bradford Airport. Works to extend and completely refurbish the area are now complete and members can relax in a modern, bright, spacious and tranquil environment before boarding their flight. The lounge has been designed with imaginative textures and colour schemes in mind and will<str be consistent with Servisair's executive lounges across the UK and Europe. Internet docking and work stations will be installed along with new fax and business facilities, WiFi will also be available shortly. All the extra's you would normally expect within an executive lounge are still available - complementary newspapers, unlimited freshly brewed tea or coffee and a well stocked free bar. To ensure you can always keep in touch, our private lounge provides all the facilities you might need - including telephones, fax machines and power points for your lap-top.
Car Hire is available within the main terminal building the desks are located close to the international arrivals area and can be contacted on the following numbers:
Avis +44 (0) 113 250 3880
Hertz +44 (0) 113 250 4811
Europcar +44 (0) 113 250 9066
Leeds Bradford International Airport (IATA: LBA, ICAO: EGNM) is located between the cities of Leeds and Bradford in West Yorkshire, England.
Transport: Leeds Bradford International Airport has connections to the road, rail, and bus networks. The airport is signposted on a large number of routes in the region. The MetroConnect737 bus service connects the airport to Bradford, Shipley, Guiseley and Yeadon, and the MetroConnect757 airlink bus service, to Leeds and Otley. Both services run every half hour during the week. The 757 route allows access to the National Rail Network via Leeds City Rail Station (Leeds Interchange and Leeds City Bus Station). Bus2Jet 767 from Harrogate and Knaresborough runs every 90 minutes and is operated by Harrogate and District with support from Yorkshire Forward and NYCC. Licensed taxis are available from the taxi rank outside the terminal building at the airport.
Leeds Bradford was initially known as Yeadon Aerodrome when it commenced club flights and training in 1931. Scheduled flights began four years later in 1935. The first flights were to Newcastle, Edinburgh, Blackpool and the Isle of Man.
In 1936, the 609 Squadron of the RAF formed at Yeadon. Seasonal flights between Yeadon and Isle of Man and Liverpool also started this year. Work began on a terminal building this year, but progress was halted after only one wing had been built.
Civil aviation ended from Yeadon in 1939 when WW II started; the nearby Avro factory was used to produce military aircraft and many of these flew from Yeadon Aerodrome. Planes built included Lancasters, Anson, York and Lincoln. Significant developments were made to the aerodrome; the addition of two runways, taxiways and extra hangarage meant that Yeadon became an important site for military aircraft testing.