Leeds, UK Private Jet Charter

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Mercury Jets handles private jet charter flights to and from Leeds, UK. Located 23 miles southwest of York, 7 miles east of Bradford, and 35 miles northeast of Manchester, Leeds is a city situated on the River Aire in the county of West Yorkshire, Northern England. Once a Saxon village, Leeds has developed as a wool making center in the Middle Ages, becoming a centre of the clothing industry in the Industrial Revolution. Today Leeds is renowned as the regional capital of the Yorkshire and Humber. It is also one of the UK’s main centers for financial and legal services outside London, and one of the leading cities for business in Europe. Leeds plays a vital role in such industries as business and financial sectors, communications, media, chemicals and food production, advertising sector, printing, and engineering. There are the Leeds Metropolitan University and the University of Leeds. Leeds is a prosperous and vibrant city, rich in heritage and culture. With its numerous cultural attractions, vibrant cultural and arts scenes, great shopping, excellent restaurants, bars and clubs, Leeds attracts visitors from the UK and abroad.

The most famous places of interest are the Victoria Quarter, Leeds Waterfront, City Square, Turk’s Head Yard, Millennium Square, Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, Opera North, Grand Theatre, Leeds Civic Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, and many others. Leeds is just a short drive to the Yorkshire Dales National Park, which boasts some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes, unique wildlife and cultural heritage. Being the gateway to the Yorkshire region, Leeds welcomes both domestic and international business travelers as well as sightseeing tourists. The nearby cities and towns are Clapham, York, Grassington, Haworth, Harrogate, Holmfirth, Masham, Ilkley, Ripon, Wetherby, Skipton, and Whitby, which you can visit on a day trip from Leeds. The city is served by Sheffield City Airport (SZD), Linton On Ouse Airport (HRT) and Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA).