Offering flights to over 30 countries and over 70 holiday destinations, the holidaying options are endless including Rome, Budapest and Marrakech. Travellers coming from London or the South will find getting there simple and before check-in, the airport’s range of restaurants, bars and shops can keep the whole family entertained. If you’ve got an early flight to catch or land a little later than expected, why not rest up in our Luton Airport hotel - it’s right on the terminal doorstep.
Arriving or departing from Luton airport is simple. With trains and coaches stopping at a number of stops throughout the city, you’ll have no problem getting to the terminal on time.
Taxis can drop you off at the Mid Term car park for free, you’ll just need to then take the free shuttle bus to the terminal. Alternatively, taxis will be charged £3 for an up to 10 minute stay at the Priority Drop Off zone.
Bus and Coach
From Victoria Coach Station, a National Express coach or Green Line 727 service runs through a number of stops in London. The easyBus also does pick ups from Victoria as well as Liverpool Street station.
There are a range of different car parking options at the airport with varying charges depending on how long you want to stay and how close you’d like to be to the terminal.
Jump on a direct train from stations including Blackfriars, Farringdon, Kings Cross St. Pancras and City Thameslink straight to Luton Airport Parkway station. It’ll take you no longer than an hour.
Whether you want to squeeze in some retail therapy before your flight, grab a bite to eat or need some Wi-Fi to update your Facebook status, you’ll find everything you need at the terminal. After security, you can visit fashion favourites Accessorize, Kurt Geiger and Victoria’s Secrets, Dixons for any electricals, Boots for last minute toiletries and WHSmith for your holiday read. Food and drink options include everything from Pret a Manger, Wasabi and Costa Coffee as well as Bar 10 and Est Bar. Other services include four hours of free Wi-Fi, currency exchange and a multi-faith Chaplaincy.