LEEDS-BRADFORD airport is down to just one scheduled arrival and departure a day as the coronavirus shutdown continues.
The number of passengers using the airport has declined to nearly zero as a signiificant reduction in outbound and inbound traffic has seen just KLM flights to and from Amsterdam remain.
Operating hours at the Yeadon airport are just 9-11 with many shops and concessions closed.
A spokesperson for Leeds Bradford Airport said: “Outbound and inbound traffic at LBA has inevitably been reduced, however operations continue on restricted hours.
“LBA continues to observe government guidelines and regulatory requirements. The health and wellbeing of passengers and staff remains our number one priority.”
Ryanair has announced that it is extending the period it is running emergency flight to Thursday, April 9.
It will operate these flights daily or weekly and all details can be found on the www.ryanair.com website.
Jet2 are offering emergency workers the chance to amend their booking as many times as they like free of charge, if they cannot go on your holiday in April, May or June as planned, as a special thanks.
They say: “Dates, destination, hotel… this one’s on us.”