Long-awaited plans to build a new arrivals hall as part of a £12m expansion at Leeds Bradford Airport have been submitted. Airport bosses say the upgrades would cut delays at peak times, boost efficiency and help it attract «a greater range of airlines» to Leeds.
Lodged by Deloitte Real Estate on behalf of airport owners AMP Capital, the plans are seeking permission from Leeds City Council to build a 4,003sq metre two to three-storey extension to the main terminal. It will include an «improved» arrivals hall, new departure gates, seating area and more food, drink and retail shops.
Source: Yorkshire Evening Post