There's now a live webcam stream of flights from Leeds Bradford Airport

A British Airways flight from London Heathrow lands in crosswinds during a storm at Leeds Bradford Airport earlier this month
A British Airways flight from London Heathrow lands in crosswinds during a storm at Leeds Bradford Airport earlier this month
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You can now watch planes landing and taking off in real time thanks to a new live webcam stream at Leeds Bradford Airport.

Yeadon-based photographer Andrew Easby has set up the stream on Youtube, and it will be available from 7am until 10pm every day.

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If there is enough interest, he is considering operating a 24/7 multicam feed on a dedicated website.

The camera has been set up at the perimeter of the airport site and will capture aircraft arriving and departing.

As well as commercial passenger planes, a large number of private jets and military aircraft also land at LBA, some of which use the Multiflight engineering and maintenance base.

Unusual visitors last year included a WW2-era restored Spitfire which was forced to shelter at the airport during a storm while flying to Scotland, and one of the world's largest aircraft, a C17 transport plane.
The stream has been live for three days and has already been watched more than 3,500 times.

Click here to visit the channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYh1Nc8eXh_GANP-UNluWgw?view_as=subscriber