About Leeds Bradford Airport
As a typical regional airport, Leeds Bradford has come a long way from its origins as Yeadon Aerodrome in the 1930s. Serving Yorkshire and neighbouring counties, it has two runways and one terminal.
Flights are operated by low-cost carriers, chartered airlines and scheduled airlines, largely to domestic and European destinations, although flights also operate to the USA and Pakistan. Worldwide connections can be made in Amsterdam and London Heathrow. See the Leeds Bradford Airport Guide for more information on the airport.