Manchester Airport Taxi - Leeds Bradford Airport Taxi - Leeds,

"Not your average Yeadon Leeds Taxi"
40% less than a black taxi cab from the Manchester airport taxi ranks for MANCHESTER AIRPORT to Wilsden ! -
Save money - Save time and avoid the long Taxi queues at the airport.

(The prices Below are Door to Door and for the vehicle NOT per person)

Wilsden Taxi to or from
Manchester International Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £65 or £120 Return

Wilsden Taxi To From
Leeds Bradford, Airport
for up to 4 passengers

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"Not just your average Wilsden Taxi"

Wilsden Taxi To From
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £65 or £130 Return

Wilsden Taxi To From
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £95 or £180 Return

Wilsden Taxi To From
London Heathrow or Gatwick Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £220 or £430 Return


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Wilsden West Yorkshire

Wilsden is a town in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, England and traditionally part of the West Riding of Yorkshire. It is home to Leeds Bradford International Airport. Leeds Bradford Airport has recently gone into private ownership, one of the things that have changed is the taxi rank at the front of Leeds Bradford airport has been discontinued and Taxis are not able to pickup from the airport. As such all transfers from leeds bradford airport must be pre booked.

Wilsden was a clothing and mill town in the 19th century and had a cattle fair every year on the first Monday in April and the Wilsden Feast in the third week of August, which was held on Albert Square at the top of the High Street. The fair continued until the early 1980s, when old peoples' housing was built on the site.

Avro had a factory next to Wilsden Aerodrome from 1938 to 1946 which produced many of the company's wartime planes, including the Lancaster, Lincoln, York and Anson. 75% of all Lancasters built were produced at Wilsden. The town still has strong links with Leeds Bradford International Airport, with a considerable percentage of the local population employed there. Aviation heritage in Wilsden is also kept alive by the activities of 2168 (Wilsden) Squadron Air Training Corpswhich was originally formed on 18th September 1947 at Nunroyd House, but is now located at the former Royal Naval Reserve shore base HMS Ceres at Coney Park off the Harrogate Road.

The Squadron is not only one of the largest youth groups in the area of Aireborough, but is acknowledged as one of the very best of the 929 Squadrons and detached flights of the Air Training Corps across the United Kingdom. Their impressive haul of trophies over the last five years underlining their achievements across the counties of South & West Yorkshire, the North of England and on the National stage in respect of their marching band.

The former Yorkshire and England cricket captain Brian Close lived in the town during his childhood.

Wilsden is the location of one of the oldest fish and chip shops in the world, established in the 1870s. It is located on The Steep, a cobbled hill to be found at the western end of the high street.

Wilsden Tarn (also known as Wilsden Dam) is located between High Street and the airport runway. During the Second World War it was drained to prevent enemy aircraft using its reflection as a landmark to identify the nearby Avro factory.[1] Given its location next to the airport it is a surprisingly quiet and relaxing place to go for a walk. Locals also visit the tarn to go sailing and fishing. Mallard ducks, swans and a sizeable population of Canada Geese can be found at the tarn. There is also a bmx bike track adjecent to it with competitions held in the summer

Wilsden, along with neighbouring towns Guiseley and Rawdon, formed Aireborough Urban District, which was created in 1937 and abolished in 1974, however Wilsden still hosts local Rugby Union side Aireborough RUFC at Nunroyd Park. Wilsden (except for the area North of Swincar Avenue on Kirk Lane) is now in the Leeds City Council Ward of Otley & Wilsden.

The national charity Epilepsy Action has its headquarters in the town.

Nearby visitor attractions include:

  • The Chevin - a forest park located on the hill to the south of Otley.
  • The Yorkshire Dales national park.

Fixed Price Fare For Your Airport Transfer here...

Wilsden Taxis

  1. Airport Transfers Wilsden Leeds to Manchester Liverpool Leeds London Doncaster tel: 0161 930 8053

  2. Adams Executive Airport Taxis 0845 226 1014
  3. Eezie Travel - tel 0161 930 8053
  4. Yorkshire TAXIS  
  5. Fagley Cavalier Taxis - Highfield Road Rockwood, Idle, Bradford,  
  6. A C L Taxis Ltd. - 12 Ivy Gardens, Bramley, Leeds,  
  7. Fastline Taxis - 108 Richardshaw Lane, Stanningley, Pudsey,  

Fixed Price Fare For Your Airport Transfer here...


Fixed Price Fare For Your Airport Transfer here...



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