Everything about London Luton Airport
London Luton Airport is approximately fifty kilometers north of London. The airport is relatively small compared to Heathrow and Gatwick, but nevertheless a bustling hub for airlines such as Ryanair and easyJet.
Which facilities do I find at London Luton Airport?
Although London Luton Airport is relatively small, there is no shortage of facilities. What facilities do you find at the airport?
- Stores. Do you want to score gifts or souvenirs before you leave? Or just want to go shopping? You can do that at Luton! The wide range differs from lingerie at Victoria’s Secret to books and magazines at WHSmith. You can also score care products at Boots or high quality make-up products at MAC.
- Restaurants. Do you want to feast before or after your flight? Then enjoy the legendary donuts at Krispy Kreme, irresistible Burger King fries or a sweet Starbucks Frappuccino. Prefer a healthier diet? Then get a delicious salad or sandwich at Pret A Manger or pasta at Bella Italia. Or enjoy a drink at Hawker Bar.
- Lounge. For those who need luxury and comfort, there is the Aspire Lounge. You have to pay for this lounge, but then you can enjoy the pleasant rest and delicious food. In this lounge you will also find the unique SnoozePods, the futuristic sun loungers where you can take a nice nap.
- Wi-Fi. Everywhere at the airport you have access to the free Wi-Fi network. Simply connect to the network called “Luton Airport Wi-Fi” and you have free internet for four hours.
Which airlines fly to London Luton Airport?
Luton Airport is the hub of easyJet, which means that most connections of easyJet flights take place here. This also applies to the airlines Ryanair and Monarch Airlines. Flights to and from London Luton are mainly within Europe and are mainly operated by budget airlines such as Wizz Air, Vueling, Ryanair and easyJet.
How do I get from London Luton Airport to the city center?
There are several ways to easily get to the central of London from London Luton. These are the easiest ways:
- Train. Take the Thameslink train and within 22 minutes you are from Luton in the center of London. To get to the nearest Luton Airport Parkway train station from the airport, you have to take the shuttle bus for ten minutes. There are seven trains per hour and you can easily buy your tickets at the station. A return by train costs around 34 euros for adults.
- Bus. The National Express bus is another popular option for those traveling to London. The bus stop is right outside arrivals and buses run directly to central London in under an hour. The bus leaves four times an hour and a return ticket costs around twenty euros for adults.