|Monday||08:00 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Thursday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 20:00|
|Saturday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Sunday||10:00 - 18:00|
The Avis rental location at Leeds Airport offers hire vehicles for all occasions and located just a short drive from the city centre.
You don't need a car to reach us, Leeds Airport is easily accessible by public transport and an airline ticket is not needed to get to our rental desk.
Bus - From Leeds City take the A1 bus from the bus station, thi will take 35 mintues.
Taxi/Uber - located around the city centre at a reasonable price.
Traveling from Harrogate. From Harrogate take the the A2 bus straight to the airport, the journey will take around 30 minutes.
Traveling from Yorkshire. From the city centre take the A1 bus which will take you directly to Leeds bus station, the journey will take around 35 minutes.
We've introduced our new digital check-in feature which allows you to provide us with all the details we need, so we can complete your rental agreement before you arrive to collect your car hire.
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Our friendly staff look forward to welcoming you to Avis at Leeds Airport.
As a member you will have access to the perks of our priority service straight away. Plus, when you book direct with us you won’t find a cheaper Avis car anywhere else.
Here are some of the benefits that will come your way:
Leeds and Bradford are only a 30-minute drive from the airport, making it entirely possible for you to visit both during your road trip.
Bradford’s Saltaire Village offers you the opportunity to stroll through its streets, enjoying beautiful examples of 19th-century, Italian-style architecture. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saltaire provides a fascinating window into the industrial Victorian era.
One of Bradford’s more contemporary points of interest is the National Media Museum. Spread across seven floors, the museum houses over 3.5 million media-related items, all of which hold historical significance, including motion picture equipment and optical toys. Here you can also catch a film in the UK’s first ever IMAX cinema.
On a warmer day, spend a relaxing afternoon at Bingley Five Rise Locks. The steepest series of locks on any canal in Britain, Five Rise Locks is a great place for people watching. From the side of the canal you can witness the lockkeeper working the mechanisms to let boats pass through.
Drive along the A660 for about 25 minutes and you’ll reach Leeds – the UK’s third largest city. An old mill town, Leeds is now a hive of activity boasting a wealth of museums, restaurants, bars and shops. The city is also home to Roundhay Park – one of the largest urban parks in Europe. This haven of tranquillity spans over 700 acres and houses an array of wildlife, including woodpeckers, swans, foxes and deer. The park also features a number of specialist gardens for you to browse at your leisure.
Driving your Avis hire car in and around Bradford and Leeds is an experience not to be missed.
While Leeds and Bradford offer much to see and do, traveling beyond these cities promises an unforgettable experience.
Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the name of this impressive attraction says it all. The Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just 45 minutes from Leeds (via the A660 North) and is centred on the dale of the Nidd river. Here you’ll stumble across heather moorlands, meadows, river valleys, reservoirs and a wide range of wildlife. Bring your hiking boots to tackle some of the more challenging trails.
Take an hour’s drive along the A658 and A59 from Leeds Bradford International Airport and you’ll arrive in York. The city’s ancient architecture has stood the test of time, with walls from the 13th century still encircling the city’s medieval centre. Inside is a labyrinth of streets where you’ll discover traditional pubs, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars. Make your way to York Minster – an immense gothic cathedral – to admire a true architectural masterpiece.
Head west away from Leeds Bradford International Airport (via the A65) for just under two hours and you’ll arrive in Blackpool – one of Britain’s most popular seaside resorts. Stop off at any of Blackpool’s three piers to stroll along the seaside and enjoy the panoramic view of the surrounding areas from the top of Blackpool Tower. Tuck into some fresh fish and chips and pick up a few souvenirs from the shops along the seafront while you’re here.
From the vibrant cultural hubs of Leeds and Bradford to the rolling Yorkshire countryside beyond, an Avis hire car makes the journey memorable.