Luton Airport Guide

If you can see this text, then you should really consider upgrading your browser as your current one doesn't support the latest developments in browser technology. These developments allow web developers to write better and more concise websites - which in the end allows you, the user to have a better browsing experience. [ Mozilla ] [ IE ] [ Netscape ] [ Opera ]


Getting there by Car

London Luton Airport is easily accessible from all over the country and located close to the M1 and M25, only 32 miles from Central London.

From the East take the A505 dual carriageway Hitchin. The airport lies just off the A505 and is clearly signposted. From the M25 exit at Junction 21 for the access to the M1. From the M1 the airport is only 2 miles away. Exit and junction 10 and follow signs. From the West, if approaching via Dunstable, follow the airport signs. Alternatively travel via the M40/ M25 to join the M1 and then exit via Junction 10.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

Several coach companies run to and from Luton airport. Greenline runs daily coaches between central London (Victoria, Marble Arch, Baker Street and Brent Cross) and the airport. National Express runs a Jetlink service from Luton airport to the Midlands and London, and Flightlink service to the North of England. Local buses run from the airport to the centre of Luton. Easybus operated between Luton and Stansted, Milton Keynes, Watford and North London.

Getting there by Train

There is a regular 24 hour service to central London taking only 25 minutes with Luton Airport Express from Luton Airport Parkway station. The airport runs a free shuttle bus service to and from Luton Airport Parkway station which is only 1.8km from the terminal. Train times and information can be obtained from National Rail