LBIA

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LBIALeeds Bradford International Airport (Leeds, UK)
LBIALook Back In Anger
LBIALee Building Industry Association (Ft. Myers, FL)
LBIALouisiana Business Incubator Association (Carencro, LA)
LBIALembaga Bimbingan Islam Al-Atsary (Indonesian: Institute of Islamic Guidance Al-Atsary; Indonesia)
LBIALeo Baeck Institute Archives (New York, NY)
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Ryan will be based at Leeds Bradford International Airport where he'll gain a basic grounding of the aviation industry.
Leeds Bradford International Airport and Liverpool's John Lennon Airport were forced to close for several hours, while some drivers had to abandon their cars in the north of England and Scotland.
A NEW study is set to look at ways of improving transport connections to and from Leeds Bradford International Airport.
It is four miles north west of the city centre and Leeds Bradford International Airport is nearby.
Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA) is tackling its busiest ever Christmas and New Year, with more than 50,000 passengers expected to pass through the airport over the holiday period.
Flights were suspended at Leeds Bradford International Airport owing to the snowfall, but they have now resumed, although passengers have been warned to expect delays and disruption.
Routes to Munich and Grenoble airport will be further supported with additional flights starting in December from Monarch''s new base at Leeds Bradford International Airport. In total there are 36 flights a week to the new destinations from Manchester, Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham and Leeds Bradford airports.
Included in these 12 new routes for winter 2012/13 are scheduled services from Leeds Bradford International Airport, the first time the carrier has flown from this airport.
THE LORD Mayor of Leeds, Councillor James McKenna, officially opened Leeds Bradford International Airport's (LBIA) contemporary new Premier Lounge on July 12.
John Parkin, Leeds Bradford International Airport chief executive, said: "This is a great vote of confidence in the potential of both the airport and our region from Europe's largest airline.
LOW-cost airline Ryanair yesterday announced it is to set up a base at Leeds Bradford International Airport creating hundreds of new jobs.
A spokeswoman for Leeds Bradford International Airport said: "Mr Parkin has spoken to Bridgepoint (which owns the airport) and as it is a private legal case, neither Mr Parkin, Bridgepoint or Leeds Bradford International Airport wish to comment."
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