Luton Town Airport Guide

Luton is one of the six international airports and the fourth largest in London. The airport is located in Luton town, Bedfordshire and serves as a base for Easy Jet, Monarch, Thomson Airways and Ryanair. With over 9 million passengers travelling through the airport every year it is the 7th busiest airport in the United Kingdom. The airport serves more than 85 destinations including domestic and international destinations in Europe, Asia and North America. The airport was officially opened on July 16th, 1938 and has only one terminal building. The airport was subjected to major refurbishment in the year 1999 and was upgraded with a new traffic control tower, new cargo centre and an improvised passenger terminal.

The passenger terminal at Luton is well equipped with basic facilities like pay phones, currency exchanges and cash dispensers. Taxis are available at the main entrance. For business travellers, the terminal has business lounges and conference centres. Luton has ample facilities for disabled travellers and passengers travelling with infants. Departure Lounges and Arrivals Meeting Points are accessed through the walkway from the main terminal building. The airport operates an automated boarding announcement system in the departure lounge for boarding and final call for each flight.

Luton airport offers a great variety of shops in the main terminal. From clothing to confectionary the airport presents great offers to keep yourself busy. For pre-flight refuelling options, Gatwick has everything from coffee bars to multi cuisine restaurants.

The lounge at Luton offers passengers free Wi-Fi and complimentary drinks and snacks. Guests can sit back and enjoy a wide range of delicious delights such as freshly prepared baguettes, soups and salads. Guest can also choose from an exclusive variety of wines and other spirits. IPod and laptop charging docks are available at your tableside within the lounge.

For all your last minute emails, Luton offers Wi-Fi throughout the airport. Wired internet kiosks are also available within the airport. Wi-Fi printing stations allow passengers to avail free printing services.

Travelling to and from Luton is made easy through well served public transport. The National Express takes passengers from different parts of London directly to the airport every 15 minutes. In addition coaches, trains and buses also serve the airport during the busiest hours of the day. Passengers can avail taxis at the entrance of the main terminal building and they prove to be the most hassle free way to travel. Over 500 companies specialising in airport transfers can be availed at the airport. Cheap parking spaces in the airport encourage travellers to use their own car to travel to Luton.

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