Luton Airport, officially known as London Luton Airport, is an international airport located in the town of Luton, Bedfordshire, approximately 35 miles (56 km) north of central London. It is the fifth busiest airport in the UK, serving more than 18 million passengers per year.
The airport was first opened in 1938 as a municipal airport and was primarily used for commercial flights during the 1950s and 1960s. Today, it serves as a hub for several low-cost airlines, including EasyJet and Wizz Air.
Luton Airport has a single passenger terminal, which offers a range of facilities for passengers, including shops, restaurants, bars, and lounges. There are also facilities for business travelers, such as meeting rooms and executive lounges.
1) By train
If you arrive at London Luton Airport, you can easily reach the city center using the train. The trains depart from the airport regularly, and you can find train tickets using the link below this text.
2) By bus
Several bus companies operate coaches between London Luton and the city center of London. These run regularly, and all have nice web pages with all information you need. The easiest solutions are listed below.
3) Private taxi
Does it sound better to have a driver waiting for you in the arrival hall at Luton Airport? You can book a private transfer from Luton Airport below.