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Secure on-site parking
All our car parks are covered by the secured Park Mark award, have 24 hour CCTV surveillance and are regularly patrolled, giving you complete peace of mind when travelling from Leeds Bradford International Airport.
Pre-book Price Promise
Great savings can be made on the Turn Up & Park tariff by pre-booking in advance online.
If you find the same online product at a cheaper price we will refund the difference*.
* Terms & conditions apply.
Convenient Car Parking Options
Long Stay Car Park
The long stay car park is located on the airport site and is the best value for stays over 24 hours. Simply park your car and a 24 hour courtesy bus will drop you right outside the terminal door in just 10-15 minutes. This car park can be pre-booked in advance or simply turn up and park. Fantastic savings can be made by pre-booking online in advance.
Short Stay Car Park
Conveniently located on-site at the airport, just a short walk from the terminal, this is suited to stays of up to 24 hours.
Blue Badge Parking
Leeds Bradford Airport now have a brand new area dedicated to long stay blue badge holders, offering intercom assistance both on arrival at the barrier and within our many bus shelters, and a courtesy bus which are low loading and have space to accommodate wheelchairs and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week every 5 minutes and takes you directly to the front of the terminal. Click here to pre-book your parking space.
Your dedicated area is car park 7. Enter the long stay car park, at the first junction turn left and left again, the blue badge area is situated in the left hand corner of this car park. Click here to see map, the long stay area is shaded in green.
If you are a short stay visitor, blue badge parking is available in both Short Stay & Business car park and Short Stay 2 at the current rate. These car parks cannot be pre-booked.
If you wish to travel with your Blue Badge, then please display a photocopy of your badge in your windscreen. The disabled parking area is checked regularly and your car may be clamped if there is no sign of disabled parking entitlement.
If you experience any difficulty at either the car park entry or exit point, assistance is available via the intercom button at the entry barrier and/or bus shelters. Assistance is also available from your car to any stage prior to boarding the aircraft. This service is also available on return from your journey free of charge.
Please contact Interserve on 0113 391 1607 to discuss your needs and book assistance (please do not call this number for general parking enquiries). This service is also available on your return journey and is free of charge.
With enhanced security at all UK airports, passenger security searches are of paramount importance. At Leeds Bradford International Airport, we have a dedicated channel for customers wishing to bypass the normal security queues and have rapid access to the departure lounge. A Fast Track entitles the passenger* use of the Fast Track channel reducing the security queuing time.
* Fast Track bookings are valid only with a valid boarding card in the same name
A Fast Track booking does not exempt any passenger from the regulatory security searches. All passengers must adhere to current security and baggage regulations.
Accessing the Fast Track Lane
To access the Fast Track lane, passengers must have checked in for their flight and be in possession of a valid boarding card and Fast Track booking confirmation. The names on the Fast Track confirmation must match those printed on the boarding card.
Making a Fast Track Booking
Bookings can be made in advance online or purchased in the airport at one of the Travelex Foreign Exchange bureaus. Online bookings must be made at least 24 hours before your flight departure; however passes can be purchased from a Travelex Bureau on the day of departure. It is the responsibility of all passengers to ensure they arrive at the departure gate at the time specified by your airline.
Catching your flight
Flight departure times are displayed on screens throughout the terminal however it is the responsibility of the passenger to ensure they leave enough time to check-in, clear the security search area and be at the boarding gate before it closes.