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Leeds Bradford Airport flies with Tour de Yorkshire

Leeds Bradford Airport has been unveiled as the Official Airport of the 2019 and 2020 Tours de Yorkshire. With millions of fans once again expected to line the route of this year’s race, Leeds Bradford Airport is seen to offer an ideal gateway to the county in North East England.

The fourth and final stage of this year’s race – Halifax to Leeds on Sunday 5 May – will see riders pass close to the airport as they make their way into Leeds for a finish along The Headrow.

Leeds Bradford Airport has recently begun work on the extension to the main airport terminal building to provide an improved arrival experience. This includes significantly larger immigration and baggage reclaim areas, improved departure gate facilities and additional retail, food and beverage outlets.

Welcome to Yorkshire Commercial Director Peter Dodd said “We’re delighted that Leeds Bradford Airport have come on board as a Tour de Yorkshire sponsor for both this year and next year’s race.”

He continued, “It is an exciting time for the airport with the new terminal extension looking to improve the passenger experience for visitors to the county. The improvements to the airport will hopefully encourage more international cycling fans to come to Yorkshire to experience our race and sample our stunning roads.”

Leeds Bradford Airport Chief Executive David Laws said “We are incredibly proud of our Yorkshire roots and are delighted to now be part of such an exciting legacy.

“The Tour de Yorkshire is the showcase event of our region, bringing together our customers and communities in what is a fantastic celebration against the backdrop of our unbeatable county. As Yorkshire’s Airport and our region’s international gateway, we look forward to continuing our relationship with both Welcome to Yorkshire and our work as sponsor of the Tour, to continue the great work of showcasing our region to the World.”

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