It is close to the city of Yeadon, within a 13-kilometer radius from Leeds and Bradford, West Yorkshire County. Since 2017, it has been owned by AMP Capital, a private investment company. The airport serves about four million passengers a year. Leeds-Bradford is the hub for Britain's largest low-cost carrier, Jet2. Spanish resorts of Alicante, Malaga, and Palma remain the busiest destinations in recent times. The airfield was opened in 1931 under the name Yeadon. The Yorkshire Aero Club actively used it. After the expansion of the summer field in 1935, regular flights to London and Newcastle began. During the Second World War, the airport was closed to civil aviation and used as a testing ground for new aircraft of the British company "Avro." Passenger traffic was restored in 1947.
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Address: United Kingdom, Leeds
IATA code: LBA
Local time: 0 GMT
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The distance from Leeds Bradford to the center of Leeds is 10 km.
On average, Leeds Bradford serves 36 flights per day.