Luton Airport Guide

Welcome to the Luton Airport Guide – the definitive resource to help you find everything you need when travelling to, from and around Luton Airport.

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Airport code: LTN
+44 (0)158 240 5100
32 miles from central London
Airport Postcode: LU2 9QT

As the UK’s fifth largest airport, this guide has been developed to provide a handy reference for those travelling to, from or through Luton Airport. Luton airport provides a wide range of facilities including those for business, children and disabled travellers.

Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, taxis and car hire. Luton airport has one terminal which sees over 9 million passengers fly to over 85 destinations each year. Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads. The airport offers a range of valet, short and long stay parking.

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Whether you have an early flight or have to stay at the airport during the night, airport hotels are always the best option. Find hotel deals at Luton Airport on our hotels page, and start your holiday now!

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    One month until the Grand Prix at Silverstone

    Here at Luton Airport Guide we are hoping to roll out a few extra guides to help out visitors to the local area.

    If you didn't know, Luton Airport is the closest airport to the famous Silverstone racing track, and on the 3rd to the 5th July 2015 the Grand Prix returns!

    This is a pretty exciting event, so to mark the occasion we've put together a guide for you if you are intending on making a trip to the event. It doesn't matter whether you are flying in or coming from somewhere more local, you can find out about ticket prices, the best accommodation, car parking, and our top tips for making your trip to Silverstone successful!

    Check out the guide here.

    We hope to bring out a few more of these little guides in the future, so if you've got an idea for one, let us know in the comments below!

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    London Luton’s Fresh New Look and Feel

    Little by little, an explosion of colour is seeping into the walkways and areas of London’s Luton Airport. In a bold new look led by Ico Design, Luton is setting the stage for a redesign unlike others.

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    New direct route from London Luton Airport to New York to return in April

    It’s been seven years, but the break is over. As of April 2015, French airline La Compagnie will fly business class-only flights to New York. The Boeing 757 will start off with four trips a week, and there is hope that these will increase in the Summer.

    With menus carefully thought up by the French chef Christophe Langrée and fully recumbent seats, this will be a sought after service, offering a direct journey to Newark International Airport.

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    Flights to Corfu on sale at Luton

    Corfu, one of the most famous Greek islands, is the newest destination on offer from London Luton Airport. The flight is part of a UK-wide expansion by Monarch Airlines, which will also see a new route to Bodrum, Turkey, added at Birmingham, Manchester, and Gatwick airports from summer 2011.

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    Luton invests in two holograms, Holly and Graham

    Two computer-generated holograms, or ‘virtual assistants,’ have joined the workforce at London Luton Airport. The unusual couple, dubbed Holly and Graham by their co-workers, were installed inside Luton’s security search area at the end of January 2011.

    Holograms, almost as difficult to define, as they are to produce, are 2D projections of light that give the illusion of a 3D object. In other words, Luton’s newest members of staff are short ‘films’ of a real person, produced by recording the way that light scatters from the real-life Holly and Graham, and then replaying the patterns precisely. The concept has been a staple of science fiction shows for decades, featuring in Star Trek, Red Dwarf, and more realistically, in the movie, I Robot.

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