Redevelopment has begun at Leeds Bradford Airport on the car park facilities and the airport terminal. The multi-million pound investment will result in a massive improvement for LBA customers' experiences.
It was recently announced that due to increasing demand and popularity, Leeds Bradford Airport would be investing £70 million to improve its facilities. Passengers flying from the Yorkshire airport will be able to benefit from a modernised infrastructure, terminal building and general airport facilities when the work is complete.
Phase 1 and 2 have commenced, with Phase 1 set to be complete in the autumn of 2008. Passengers using LBA will have access to the improved bus and airport shuttle access as well as a new Arrow taxi zone for smoother arrivals and departures. Phase 2 completion will see a better pick off and drop off zone, updated walkways and various improvements to the airport's car parks.
Chief Executive of Leeds Bradford Airport, John Parkin said:
The growing importance and status of Leeds Bradford International Airport is an essential part of the economic vitality of the region. We are delighted that development has commenced and are very confident that these works will ensure the continued success of Leeds Bradford International Airport and provide the people of the region with an airport of which they can be proud.
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