Transport around Luton Airport (LTN)
London Luton Airport offers its passengers plentiful public transport options making it easy to get to and from the airport. There are numerous buses and coaches serving the local area, London and beyond, while a shuttle bus service runs to nearby Luton Airport Parkway Station, from where the Luton Flyer rail service departs to London and connects with the London Underground as well as the national rail network. In addition, a fleet of taxis and limousines offers fast transfers to the capital.
- London, Luton, Bedfordshire
- London Luton Airport Operations Ltd
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 051°52'29"N 000°22'06"W
the fastest choice to get from Luton Airport to London is by using the Luton Flyer service, which leaves Luton Airport Parkway Station every 30 minutes, with the journey to Kings Cross Station in London taking 60 minutes. There is a fast shuttle link to Luton city, from where trains also depart to Brighton, Milton Keynes and the north of England.
the Greenline 757 coach service provides transportation from Luton Airport to London and back from bays 10 and 12; the journey can take up to two hours depending on traffic. Terravision Bus and Easybus offer services to Baker Street Underground Station in London, while Arriva bus numbers 31 and 321 serve the local area. National Express buses run to Heathrow International Airport and other parts of the country 24 hours.
Alpha Taxis and Luton Taxis provide a fleet of cabs ready to take passengers from London Luton Airport to central London and further afield and their vehicles can be booked in advance. Ambassador Services, Blueback and Black Cab London offer comfortable but pricey services into London.
London Luton Airport is well sited just off the M1 motorway in the north of London, within good reach of Airport Way (A1081) and Junction 10, and it also has good access to the M25 ring road.
From the north, you take the M1 motorway south, exiting at Junction 10; the A1018 later becomes the A505 leading to the airport. From the south, take the M25 ring road, then join the M1 north, exit at Junction 10 and join Airport Way. From the east, take the M25 ring road west, exit onto the M1 at Junction 21, continue for around 12 miles and exit at Junction 10 to join the A1081. From the west, motorways M4 and M40 join with the M25 ring road; head north and exit at Junction 21, drive north and exit at Junction 10 onto the A1081.