Love the Airport
London Luton Airport is one of the UK’s largest airports and carried 9.5 million passengers in 2011. The Airport directly and indirectly employs over 500 and 8,000 staff respectively. It is a key economic driver for the region and a major base for low cost air travel. Flights depart to over 100 destinations including services to Europe, Africa and Asia, with onward connections to Mumbai, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Beijing and Bangkok via Tel Aviv.
London Luton Airport has excellent surface travel connections with key towns and cities across the country. Tickets for coach, bus and rail services are available in the Onward Travel Centre situated after the Arrivals area. The coach and bus bays are situated in front of the terminal building.
London Luton Airport staff get sustainable!
Employees at London Luton Airport Operations Ltd talk to Travel Luton about their journeys to workMore
The Travel Luton Team were invited in to speak to London Luton Airport Operations Ltd staff for two days, to advise on alternatives to single occupancy car trips to and from the airport on a daily basis. Staff benefited from printed resources such as cycle maps and bus timetables and also challenged themselves to try out sustainable modes of transport to get to work. The Travel Luton Team visited various staff offices within the airport such as Security and Transport Services. Over the two days, 74 members of staff took part in Travel Luton. Well done London Luton Airport! If you would like your workplace to benefit from a Travel Luton visit, simply contact us on 0800 0281 755 or email email@example.com.
London Luton Airport now on google maps
Inside of the terminal to be first airport in UK to feature on google maps.More
Google has taken Google Maps to another level in the UK and is delighted to announce that it can now show indoor maps for a number of locations, including London Luton as the first UK airport to benefit from this innovative technology.
Google’s vision for maps has always been to provide Web users with as much information as possible so they can answer fundamental questions like, ‘Where am I?’ and ‘What’s around me?’ Google Maps already allows you to plan a route, get directions and explore many neighbourhoods with street-level imagery, while the ‘My location’ feature can show you where you are on a map to stop you getting lost.
When you’re inside a tourist attraction or retail store, a common way to figure out where you are is to look for a freestanding map directory with a ‘You Are Here’ sign, or ask an employee for help. But for a number of places in the UK, that directory is now brought to the palm of your hands, helping you determine where you are, what floor you’re on, and where to go - indoors - by using your smartphone.
Oliver Jaycock, London Luton Airport’s Marketing Manager said “Airports present a unique and inherently complex environment which passengers must navigate. The challenge for airports is making this process for passengers easy. Partnering with Google to map every square inch of London Luton Airport’s terminal building means passengers, for the first time at any UK airport can use Google’s indoor maps to guide their own way effortlessly through the terminal”.
London Luton Airport is served by frequent bus services connecting the airport and surrounding areas. For bus service information to and from the airport use the Journey Planner on the Bus page.
Local buses stop at Bay 7, 8 and 9 at the airport. Frequent services connect to Luton town centre, Dunstable, Watford, St Albans, Harpenden, Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard. Local bus operators running services from Luton Airport include Arriva, Stagecoach Bus and Red Rose.
London Luton Airport has excellent connections with key towns and cities across the country. The coach pick up and drop off points and bus bays are situated in front of the terminal building.
Tickets for all services are available in the Onward Travel Centre situated after the Arrivals area.
National Express services depart from Bays 4, 5 & 6. Direct services from London Luton Airport include:
- Service 707 to Northampton, 7 times a day
- Service 737 to High Wycombe and Oxford, 8 times a day
- Service 767 to Leicester and Nottingham, 9 times a day
- Service 777 to Coventry, Birmingham and Wolverhampton, up to 11 times a day
- Service 787 to Cambridge, 10 times a day
National Express also operates services from London Luton Airport to:
- Milton Keynes, 29 times a day
- Stansted Airport, 27 times a day
- Heathrow Airport, 20 times a day
- Gatwick Airport, 10 times a day
Green Line 757 provides an express coach link between London Luton Airport and Central London from Bays 10 & 11.
easyBus offers a high frequency, low cost express bus service between Central London and Luton Airport, 24 hours a day. easyBus departs from Bays 10 & 11 outside the main terminal building.
Route 99 from Bay 7 outside the terminal building
London Luton Airport - Luton rail station - Luton town centre - Central Milton Keynes - Milton Keynes rail station.
Parking at the Airport
Short, medium and long term car parking at Luton Airport can be booked via the Luton Airport website.
For more information and help to find suitable parking please use the links below;
Car Share to the Airport
London Luton Airport has teamed up with liftshare.com to offer staff, business partners and passengers the chance to:
- Save money
- Reduce their carbon footprint
- Meet new friends
By simply registering a few simple details, participants are able to log in and browse other members on the database to find a perfect match to share a journey to or from the airport. Go to www.londonlutoncarshare.com or see www.travelluton.liftshare.com to share car journeys in and around Luton.