Make short work of airport travel in our simple-to-use Short Stay car park
Ideal for business travellers and short breakers, you can get on your way in no time thanks to number plate recognition barriers and roomy spaces conveniently nearby to the terminal.
Booking online is as quick and easy as arriving on the day. Thanks to number plate recognition you’ll be able to access our Short Stay car park easily and find a space only a short walk away from check-in.
How to get to our Short Stay car park
Follow the Short Stay car park signs from Whitehouse Lane. As you enter the approach road, stay in the right-hand lane and continue to follow the Short Stay signage.
Take your 1st right to enter through the barriers.
The postcode for the airport is LS19 7TU. See our parking map here.
The Short Stay car park is a 1-2 minute walk to the terminal. You may need to walk up stairs to reach the terminal front depending on where you have parked.
Guarantee your space at the best price when you pre-book online. Simply enter your time of arrival and return to get your quote and book.
Passengers can also turn up and park at our Short Stay car park on the day of travel. Spaces are subject to availability so we recommend booking online to guarantee your space.
Excellent, fast and easy and a short walk to the terminal highly recommend.Charlotte Tunstall, Trustpilot reviews
When convenience matters most, our Premium Short Stay car park is the perfect choice
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The Noise Action Plan is a legal requirement under the Environmental Noise Directive (END) (2002/49/EC), relating to the assessment and management of environmental noise. The END was transposed into English law by the Environmental Noise (England) Regulations 2006 (as amended).
Noise Preferential Routes (NPR’s) are in place for departing jet aircraft and were developed as a performance route to direct departing jet aircraft over the least populated areas. All departing jet aircraft are required to follow the NPRs, however, sometimes this may not be possible due to weather conditions or conflicting traffic. In addition, turboprops and light aircraft are exempt from the NPR.
Please follow the instructions on your booking confirmation as these will detail specific information for each car park. Directions can be found on each of our car park website pages too.
Each airline applies their own allowances for hand and hold baggage, we advise you to check this before departure. Please see our baggage page for further information. Also be aware of security procedures and luggage limitations.
Information on the Reserve & Collect service, price and returns policies can be found on World Duty Free’s FAQ page.
Yes, Leeds Bradford Airport has been operating flights 24 hours a day since planning permission for 24 hour availability was granted in 1994. The designated night-time period is from 2300hrs to 0700hrs. During this period, only the quietest jets are permitted to operate and there are maximum permitted noise levels in place for both aircraft arrivals and departures. In addition, there are restrictions on the number of aircraft movements permitted during the summer months (May – October) and winter months (November – April). In comparison with most other UK commercial airports, Leeds Bradford Airport has some of the most stringent night-time noise restrictions.
Our Special Assistance team can help you from any of the on-site car parks, through check-in and security through to assisting to the seat on the aircraft. We can also arrange an escorted quiet route through the airport. Please contact us on 0113 391 1607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any needs you may have.