Luton Airport is the 4th largest and fastest growing airport, serving more than 14.6 million passengers annually
Luton Airport was established in 1938, and it was initially used as a base for the Royal Air Force Fighter Planes during the World War II. Luton Airport has situated roughly about 48 km (30 miles) to the North of London. It is mostly filled with tourists and itinerants travelling to Europe, in fact, Luton Airport has budget airlines so that budget-minded itinerants could use it for as an alternate for Gatwick and Heathrow Airport which is indeed costly.
Luton Airport is located in the Chiltern Hills, near River Lea Valley, which also sits to North of London. Internationally it is recognised as London Luton Airport; it was changed in 1990 due to giving it significance for being closest to the Capital of England.
HOW TO GET TO LUTON AIRPORT BY BUS?
Luton Airport is connected to all the main road links to the city and surroundings, which allows people to get to the airport by different means of transportation, one of them is by bus. Several types of bus transportation take passengers to and from Luton Airport.
Buses like easy Bus that leaves to and from London Victoria every 20-30 minutes and it is available 24 hours a day. The journey from London Victoria to Luton Airport takes around 77 minutes without facing traffic congestion.
Another bus service is Green Line route 757 that leaves to and from London Victoria (specifically including the Marble Arch stop, Baker Street junction, Finchley Road and Brent Cross stop) every 15 minutes (4 buses in 1 hour). The stops are slightly different from other buses that’s why it takes around 70 minutes to reach Luton Airport.
Next is Terravision that also operates from the same location as Green Line has the same route. Terravision along with others are all available 24 hours every day. However, it is much faster as it takes 60-65 minutes to reach Luton Airport.
2. HOW TO GET TO LUTON AIRPORT BY TRAIN?
The closest train station to Luton Airport is the Luton Airport Parkway Station. Passengers who wish to get to Luton Airport can use the train link by purchasing online or on-platform tickets. There’s a shuttle service that connects the Luton Airport Parkway Station and Luton Airport, the price for the shuttle is included in the train ticket. In general, passengers reach the Luton airport from Parkway station in just about 10 minutes.
However, different train companies are running the rail service such as East Midlands Trains that leaves every hour, covering the route from St Pancras International to Luton Airport Parkway Station, it takes 25 minutes to 45 minutes.
Another train service is run by the name Thameslink that runs to and from Central London Stations to Luton Airport Parkway Station. This train covers more local stations in London than any other train. It leaves for a destination in every 10 minutes and runs 24 hours a day.
HOW TO GET TO LUTON AIRPORT BY TAXI?
Getting to Luton Airport by taxi is one of the most convenient and reliable transportation ways. People who wish to travel alone and with peace mostly prefer the taxis over buses and trains. It usually takes 60 minutes or less depending on the traffic situation.
Sky Airport Transfer is one the best taxi services providers in Luton. We offer low-priced rides to anywhere in London and Luton as they metered throughout the journey. We provide elite taxi service with professional drivers and vehicles equipped with Sat Nav.