Hundreds of flights have been cancelled at the airport
Leeds Bradford Airport's main airline has cancelled all flights until Tuesday as a volcanic ash cloud continues to spread across the UK.
Jet2 said it would put on extra flights to ensure passengers stranded abroad could get home once its fleet of aircraft was operating again.
Budget carrier Ryanair has also cancelled all flights.
Flights on other airlines will remain grounded until at least 1900 BST on Monday, traffic control body Nats said.
Flights to and from Leeds Bradford Airport have been suspended since noon on Thursday.
Nats imposed the restrictions because of the danger the ash poses to aircraft engines and visibility.
Yorkshire Air Ambulance and police helicopters are also grounded.
Jet2 managing director Ian Doubtfire told BBC News: "Nothing's happening today and we're really frustrated and sorry for all the people that have either not been able to get away or get home.
"We are keeping in constant contact with all the authorities on the situation."
Mr Doubtfire said the financial impact on the business was a "great concern".
He added: "Of equal concern is all the people that are stuck, particularly those overseas that obviously want to come home and we are waiting with our fleet."
He said the airline was working to put on extra flights to pick up some of the shortfall once the restrictions are lifted and would run them through the night if necessary.
He said: "The moment that we have permission to fly we will be flying because we know that we have got to get people back."