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Welcome to London Luton Airport
London Luton Airport is about 50 km from London Central Station, in the small town of Luton. The airport is located 2 miles from junction 10a of the M1 motorway.
London-Luton is a two-level airport. On the ground floor there are check-in counters, numerous dining options, shops, toilets (adapted to the needs of the disabled), internet access points, exchange office, telephone sets, car rental or chapel.
At a higher level there are shops (including duty-free shops), a catering zone with restaurants and cafes, post office, toilets (also adapted to the needs of the disabled) or a currency exchange office.
There is no smoking room inside the terminal. Smoking inside the building is prohibited. It is only possible near the front entrance to the terminal.
Frequently asked Questions:
- ondon Luton Airport is close to the M1 and M25 motorways. The journey to the center of London takes place first on the M25, then M1, which is to leave the airport before exit 10 - the next road is clearly marked.
- Railway connections are also available to passengers. From the St. Pancras International in the center of London is served by First Capital Connect trains, which cover the route in about 25 minutes. It is also possible to use East Midlands Trains or Virgin Rail Link. All of them reach the Luton Airport Parkway station, from where there are direct buses to the airport (the journey takes 10 minutes).
- Buses run from the capital of England. The GreenLine carrier offers a route number 757, and National Express - lines No. 707, 737, 767, 777, 787. The 24-hour center of London with the airport in Luton is connected by easyBus buses.
- 567/5000 There are three types of car parks available to drivers. The short-term is marked in yellow - a stopover of up to 30 minutes costs 4 pounds, 1 hour - 8 pounds, and a day - 36 pounds. The medium-term is marked in green and is intended for a stay of up to 5 days. The first day costs 20 pounds, and each next - 19 pounds. The pink color is marked with a long-term parking, where the night of stay costs 15 pounds. The car parks are not located in the immediate vicinity of the terminal. However, frequent buses run on this route. The journey lasts from a few to 10 minutes.
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