Travel directions to Leeds Bradford Airport

On this page you can plan your trip to Leeds Bradford Airport. Here you can also find other useful tips about travelling through United Kingdom by car.

Address information

Leeds Bradford Airport



United Kingdom

Traffic Information:

Leeds Bradford airport is, you’ve guessed it, located between Bradfrod and Leeds. With 7.7 miles north-west of Leeds and 8.4 miles north-east of Bradford it’s almost in the middle of the two cities. Leeds Bradford airport has only one main terminal, so you don’t have to worry about choosing the wrong Leeds Bradford airport parking.

Sat Nav postcodes are:
Main terminal: LS19 7TU

Please follow the signs at the airport to the location of the terminal.

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Under normal weather and traffic conditions you can roughly assume the following travel times:

Bradford -> Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) 8.4 miles / 0:18 hours
Leeds -> Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) 7.7 miles / 0:16 hours
York -> Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) 48.9 miles / 0:40 hours
Preston -> Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) 54.3 miles / 1:20 hours
Kingston upon Hull -> Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) 70.7 miles / 1:20 hours


On the road information:

At Parkos we aim to make your travels as stress free as possible. We understand that going to the airport always brings some kind of stress. But you can reduce that stress by preparing. before you leave always check the condition of your car:

  • oil
  • cooland
  • tire pressure
  • lights

This reduces the chances of car trouble significantly.

Roadside assistance

The next thing you can do is make sure your roadside assistance is arranged properly. Check the kind of service you can expect and in what timeframe you can expect the service. Also don’t forget to save the number of your assistance company on your phone.

Petrol stations

It is always advised to fill your gas tank before you leave. This will save you time and you don't have to worry about finding a station before running out of petrol.

Maximum Speed

Always make sure to uphold traffic laws and speed limits. This reduces the chances of being pulled over by a police officer.

  • Motorway: 70 mph
  • Dual carriageway: 70 mph
  • single carriageway 60mph
  • single-track road 60mph
  • Built-up areas 30 mph

Please pay attention to road & motorway construction and check traffic conditions before you leave.

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