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Leeds Bradford Airport

Transportation to Lisbon Airport from the City Center

You can easily reach the airport by metro line which runs from the city center or many places in the city until 1 am or AEROBUS airport services which runs until 11 pm. These two are the most convenient ways to get to the airport, after taking a taxi. Because the airport is very close to the city center, we advise you to check the taxi fare as well. If you take the metro from many points in the city and switch to the red metro line, you can go directly to the airport without being caught in traffic. It's the shortest way to get to the airport. The Lisbon metro runs between 6.30 am and 1 am and departs every 6 minutes. By obtaining a metro map, you can easily find where you can get on and switch to the red line. If you have a lot of luggage and don’t want to take metro stairs with your baggage, you can also use AEROBUS airport services. On the AEROBUS Line 1 you will find the stops "Entrecampos", "Compo Pequeno", "Av. REpublica "," Saldanha "," Picoas "," Fontes Pereira de Melo "," Av. Da Liberdade "," Restauradores "," Rossio "(City Center)," P. Comercio "and" Cais do Sodre ". The AEROBUS Line 1 buses that go from the city to the airport operate between 7.40 am and 11 pm, departing every 20 minutes. The stops on the AEROBUS Line 2 are "Entrecampos", "Catholic University", "Sete Rios", "Praça de Espanha", "Av. Jose Malhoa (Sul) "and Av. Jose Moalhoa. This line which goes to the airport runs between 8 am and 11 pm every day.

The buses depart every 40 minutes before 8 pm and every hour after 8 pm. If you are traveling with just a hand baggage, you can take the bus number 744 that runs every day until evening. But if you have more, you cannot use this bus. You can determine the stop where you can get on this bus running between "Marques Pombal"- Airport and "Moscavide", according to its route. The stops respectively are Marques Pombal, Av. Fontes p. Melo, Picoas, Saldanha, Av. Republica, Campo Pequeno, Entrecampos, Av. Rio Janerio, Estadio 1 Maio, Lg. Frei Heitor Pinto, Bombeiros Alvalade, Esc. Padre Antonia Vieira, Pote Agua, Airport, Encarnaçao, Av. Berlim, Piscina Olivais, Av. Cidade Luanda, Tv. Courelas, Oriente, Av.D. Joao II, Av. Boa Esperança, R. Joao Pinto Riberio and Moscavide. After midnight, you can use the night bus, number 208, which runs between the Oriente-Airport and Cais Sodre stops.

Airport Information

Lisbon Airport is located between Loures and Lisbon city centers. Two terminals are reserved for civilian flights. There is also another terminal for military flights. Terminal 1 of the airport hosts international flights, while Terminal 2 hosts domestic flights. Airport shuttle vehicles are used to transfer between the two terminals. This journey takes about 10 minutes. Terminal 1 is considerably larger than the other one. In addition to the Duty Free store, you can find shops of many brands that you might be familiar with, such as Accessorize, Burberry, Desigual, Ermenegildo Zegna, Inglot, Imaginarium, Lacoste, Mont Blanc, L'Occitane, Ralph Lauren, Swatch, Sunglass, Swarovski, Geox and Victoria Secret.

The Terminal 1 also offers a wide range of facilities for eating and drinking. There are chain fast food restaurants like Mc Donalds, Strabucks, Pizza Hut, Harrods, and Heineken, as well as cafés like Natural Break, and Cockpit that you will probably hear for the first time. In Terminal 2, there is a Duty Free store as well as souvenir shops such as Ale-Hop, Divers and Parfois. If you want to snack something in this terminal, your options are a bit more restricted than Terminal 1. You can eat at McDonalds, Nespresso, Tasty2go, Confeitaria, or Servejaria. There are also Lounges at Terminal 1, where you can enter with an entrance fee even if you do not have any memberships. Blue Lounge, ABC Business Center and Lisbon Lounge are among there. There is only Blue Lounge at Terminal 2.

Last Updated: 22 Mar 2017

Transportation to Leeds City Center from Airport

Leeds Bradford Airport is located 13 km from the city center. There are a variety of transportation alternatives available to travelers. Buses are among the most preferred method of transportation because they are both easy and affordable. Those who prefer a faster and even more convenient transportation alternative should consider taking a taxi or renting a car.


The fastest way to get to Leeds city center from the airport is by taxi. The licensed taxi company that operates at the airport is Arrow Cars. It takes about 26 minutes to get to the city center from the airport by taxi. Taxis depart from the terminal exit. In addition to getting a taxi in person once you exit the terminal you can also book a taxi online, through the app, or over the phone. The company offers an executive fleet of Mercedes for those who want to upgrade to use this service. They also feature vehicles that can hold up to 8 passengers. The company does not charge any additional fees such as baggage fees.


You can get to the city center from the airport via the Flying Tiger Bus vehicles, a cooperative bus company in the city. Buses are a more economical alternative compared to other methods of transportation. Buses to the city depart from the bus stops at the terminal. These buses are equipped with free internet access and real time bus information, which make traveling to the city by bus even more convenient. Bus line 757 operates every day, running once an hour in the evenings and every 30 minutes during the day. These buses run less frequently on Sundays.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another convenient transportation alternative to get to Leeds from the airport. It is a great option to explore the beauty of the city and its surroundings.

There are various rental car companies located at the Car Rental Centre. There are free shuttle buses that provide transportation from the terminal to the Car Rental Centre. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, and Hertz. You can also return your vehicle at the airport before your departure.

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2017

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Which airports can I use for Lisbon-Leeds flights?

For Lisbon-Leeds flights, you can use Lisbon Portela Airport as departure airport, and Leeds Bradford Airport for arrival.

How many kilometers is the flight distance from Lisbon-Leeds and how long does the flight take?

The flight distance between Lisbon-Leeds is 1777 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 2 hour 10 minutes.

Which day is the most convenient for Lisbon-Leeds flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Lisbon-Leeds flights is Monday.

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