Where to find it?
Caffè Ritazza is open from the first arrival to the last arriving flight each day.
You’ll find Caffè Ritazza before security on the ground floor of the terminal between International Arrivals and Check-in Hall B.
Don’t just fill your coffee cup up
Choose from a wide drinks selection that include specialist coffees, tea and hot chocolate, and chilled soft drinks. Alcoholic beverages are also available too. And save your appetite for fresh baguettes, hot sandwiches and snacks. Maybe even leave space for a buttery pastry or sweet muffin.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How is disruptive and drunken behaviour managed at the airport?
We support the One Too Many campaign to tackle disruptive behaviour through a voluntary Code of Practice. Passengers deemed unfit to fly may be denied boarding, prison sentences, fines and airline bans.
What should I do when I arrive?
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.
Can I take my Blue Badge abroad with me?
If you need to retain your Blue Badge for your travels, please display a photocopy of your badge in your windscreen. The disabled parking area is checked regularly and your car may be clamped or a fixed penalty fine issued if there is no sign of disabled parking entitlement.
What happens if I’m going to overstay and pick up my car late?
We know that sometimes our customers arrive back a little later than intended so we allow a short grace period free of charge. If you need longer, the car park barrier on exit will calculate the overstay price for you, so you can simply make payment on your way out.
As a person with a disability, is there any way I can experience an aircraft cabin before booking my flight?
Try b4u Fly based at the William Merritt Centre in Leeds have an Aircraft fuselage where you can experience an airline cabin environment and try equipment that helps you transfer and board the aircraft.
Are night flights allowed?
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.
Where do I pick my World Duty Free Reserve & Collect order up?
Reserved orders made online should be picked up from the collection point in the World Duty Free store located after security on the first floor of our terminal.
How does Meet & Greet work at Leeds Bradford Airport?
After a vehicle scan from our camera system, don’t worry about finding a space, as you’re invited to park in one of our drop-off lanes.