This airport is situated to the Northwest of the city centre, next to the town of Luton, and is the forth biggest airport in London in size.
The origin of this airport dates back to the Second World War in 1938, after which the land was returned to the town hall that continued with the activity of the airport commercially and establishing there four different airlines: Euravia and Monarch Airlines amongst others.
In 1985, Luton airport had already been reformed and included a new terminal. Currently, the flights of these following airlines arrive at the London-Luton airport:
- Aer Arann
- Ba Connect
- Helios Airways
- Swe Fly
- Monarch Scheduled
From London-Luton there are flights that depart to several different cities in Europe like Malaga airport (the flight takes 2 hours and 52 minutes), and a few destinations outside the EU, like Morocco and Egypt.
London-Luton airport has official parking spaces that you can reserve from its website, so if you decide to go in your car you can use this service to get back home comfortably in your own vehicle after your holidays.
There is the option of paying 1 pound to stop under 10 minutes to drop passengers off.
There is a new thing which consists in sharing a car to get to the airport, you’ll find further information on the official website: http://www.londonlutoncarshare.com/
London-Luton airport is easily accessible by road as it’s near the M1 and M25 motorways.
For more information you can visit the official website: http://www.london-luton.co.uk/
If you wish to catch the train to get there, you can benefit from the bus service that connects Luton Airport Parkway with the airport. London-Luton airport is also perfectly communicated with the most important villages and cities so you can also choose the journey by bus.
Stops 8 and 9: Frequent bus lines that connect the airport and the surrounding zones, amongst which we’ll find:
Luton city centre
You can also choose to get to Luton airport by cab:
Taxi association in Luton Tel.: + 44 (0) 1582 735555
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