Leeds Bradford Airport introduced a 'quiet terminal' to help passengers relax before their flight this Summer.

The trial saw the airport scale back loud announcements to improve "passenger wellbeing" - only airing late boarding calls and emergency announcements.

The move to 'quiet terminals' has been made by airports around the world, including Helsinki, Munich and Sydney.

The trial was in place between August  15 and 17 as part of a push to improve passenger experience and create a quieter travel experience.

The airport said it received "positive feedback" from passengers who were told about the trial at check-in.

Leeds Bradford will review whether the 'Quiet Terminal' could work in the future, with extra support given to anyone requiring additional assistance.

A spokesperson for LBA said: “We are continually reviewing our customer experience and the Quiet Terminal trial was designed to create a quieter travel experience and enhance passenger wellbeing.

"We continued to support those requiring special assistance and of course want to maintain our airport’s inclusivity.

"We have received a lot of positive feedback from passengers on the trial.”