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Initially the airport had restricted operating hours, and this deterred many charter airlines, whose cheap fares depended on 'round-the-clock' use of their aircraft.
In 1994, these restrictions were removed and flights could use the airport 24 hours a day, so more airlines were attracted to Leeds Bradford.
Much of the growth in passenger numbers since 2003 has been due to the introduction of scheduled flights by the based low-cost airline Jet2
Work began in 1982, and was completed in November 1984.
This included a significant extension to the main runway, including the construction of a tunnel to take the A658 Bradford to Harrogate road beneath the runway.
He was then appointed Airport Manager and stayed at the post for 5 years.
Subsequently, Yeadon Aviation Ltd was formed in 1953 to run the Airport and Aero Club.
The terminal consists of two check-in halls: Check in hall A is used by all airlines except Jet2; the other is solely used and operated by Jet2.
It has a large security facility run by the airport staff as well as West Yorkshire police.
It serves the cities of Leeds and Bradford, as well as the wider Yorkshire region including the cities of York and Wakefield, and the District of Harrogate, and is the largest airport within Yorkshire.
The airport was in public ownership until May 2007, when it was sold for £145.5 million to Bridgepoint Capital.
In June 1935 Blackpool and West Coast Air Services started a service to the Isle of Man.
By 1936 the London/Yeadon/Newcastle/Edinburgh service was flying three times a week and also stopped at Doncaster and carried on to Aberdeen (Dyce).