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Why Fly to Leeds?
Located 9 miles north of Leeds city centre, Leeds Bradford airport caters for 2.5 million passengers a year, offering flights to over 65 domestic, European and international destinations. There are daily flights to and from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports and most major regional UK airports, with air transport taking less than an hour from London. There is also a 24-hour direct rail link between Manchester airport and Leeds. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap and last-minute flights to Leeds Bradford.
Flying to Leeds from the UK
It is possible to get cheap flight deals from several UK airports to Leeds Bradford airport, making this northern destination easily accessible from Jersey, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Scotland and the south of England.
London Gatwick, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Newquay offer direct flights to Leeds Bradford which take just over an hour. From Scotland, you can fly direct from Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Glasgow. Jersey, Isle of Man, Belfast and Dublin airports also offer direct services to Leeds, taking around one-and-a-quarter hours.
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Which Airlines Fly to Leeds?
Flybe is the main domestic airline, with flights from London Gatwick, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Newquay; from Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Glasgow in Scotland; or from Jersey, the Isle of Man, Belfast and Dublin overseas airports. Discount flight fares are frequently offered on these routes.
Mini Travel Guide to Leeds
One of the liveliest towns in northern England, Leeds is a great city break destination, with a whole host of shops, bars and restaurants sitting alongside cultural attractions and beautiful Victorian architecture.
The riverside Royal Armouries Museums is worth a visit to see real jousting displays by knights in armour, science buffs should head to the Thackray Medical Museum, or visit the Leeds City Museum on Millennium Square to find out the story of the town. Once in Leeds, you are just a short drive from stunning Yorkshire countryside. Escape the city bustle with a trip to Tropical World in Roundhay Park to see exotic plants and animals, head to the petting zoo at Temple Newsam or take a trip out to stately Harewood House in wooded farm country on the edge of Leeds.
Leeds is a great city for shopping. Give your credit card a work-out in the elegant shopping arcades, including the deluxe Victoria Quarter, where leading international designers sit alongside familiar high-street chains. The traditional Edwardian indoor Kirkgate Market, has over 800 traders, selling everything from footwear to ferrets.
In the evening, head to the Leeds Grand Theatre or West Yorkshire Playhouse for a selection of variety shows, theatre, ballet and classical music. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to late-night bars and nightclubs -- The Calls and Briggate are the central areas for a late night beer, or head to the student area of Headingley, two miles away, offering affordable dining and relaxed pubs showcasing live entertainment.
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