The airport was previously a Royal Air Force base, RAF Kirmington, opened in 1941 during World War II, from which No. 166 Squadron RAF operated the Avro Lancaster. The site was abandoned after the war in 1945, and lay unused until 1974 when the local council re-opened the site as Kirmington Airport. When the local area was renamed Humberside following local government re-organisation in England, the name was changed to Humberside Airport. The main runway, designated 03/21 was extended to its current length in 1992, allowing operation of much larger aircraft.
Once you have booked either park and ride or meet and greet parking at Leeds Bradford Airport you will recieve a follow up email with self explanatory instructions on what to do on the dates you have booked the space like where to drop your car .etc . The confirmation will also have the chauffeur number you will need to ring before you arrive at the terminal. You will be able to cancel the booking by clicking the cancel link in the confirmation email. Please be sure to check your spam box for the email if you didn't recieve one.