London Luton Airport (LTN)
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London, United Kingdom (GB) Large airport
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London Luton Airport Destinations List
This list shows the 85 locations you can fly to from London Luton Airport
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Lanzarote||ACE||Ryanair, Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|M. R. Štefánik||BTS||Ryanair|
|Fuerteventura||FUE||Ryanair, Transavia France|
|Gran Canaria||LPA||Ryanair, Transavia France|
|Ireland West Knock||NOC||Ryanair|
|Reus Air Base||REU||Ryanair, Transavia France|
|Tenerife South||TFS||Ryanair, Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|Ben Gurion International||TLV||El Al Israel Airlines, easyJet|
|Málaga||AGP||Transavia France, easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Antalya International||AYT||Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|Dalaman International||DLM||Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|Faro||FAO||Transavia France, easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Ibiza||IBZ||Transavia France, easyJet|
|Larnaca International||LCA||Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|Paphos International||PFO||Transavia France, easyJet|
|Palma De Mallorca||PMI||Transavia France, easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Sharm El Sheikh International||SSH||Transavia France, easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Alicante International||ALC||easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Budapest Ferenc Liszt International||BUD||easyJet, Wizz Air|
|Charles de Gaulle International||CDG||easyJet|
|Ioannis Kapodistrias International||CFU||easyJet|
|Geneva Cointrin International||GVA||easyJet|
|Heraklion International Nikos Kazantzakis||HER||easyJet|
|Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas||MAD||easyJet|
|Venice Marco Polo||VCE||easyJet|
|Belgrade Nikola Tesla||BEG||Wizz Air|
|Cluj-Napoca International||CLJ||Wizz Air|
|Debrecen International||DEB||Wizz Air|
|Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa||GDN||Wizz Air|
|Kiev Zhuliany International||IEV||Wizz Air|
|Katowice International||KTW||Wizz Air|
|Ljubljana Jože Pučnik||LJU||Wizz Air|
|Henri Coandă International||OTP||Wizz Air|
|Václav Havel Prague||PRG||Wizz Air|
|Riga International||RIX||Wizz Air|
|Skopje Alexander the Great||SKP||Wizz Air|
|Transilvania Târgu Mureş International||TGM||Wizz Air|
|Timişoara Traian Vuia||TSR||Wizz Air|
|Vilnius International||VNO||Wizz Air|
|Warsaw Chopin||WAW||Wizz Air|
|Copernicus Wrocław||WRO||Wizz Air|
|Milas Bodrum International||BJV||Air Bourbon|
|Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino||FCO||Air Bourbon|
|Naples International||NAP||Air Bourbon|
London Luton Airport Destinations Map
Gallery and Facts
London Luton Airport is situated less than a couple of miles (3 km) east of the the town centre of Bedfordshire, which is within the Borough of Luton, about 30 miles north of Central London just off Junction 10a of the M1. Luton Airport was responsible for 9,617,697 passenger’s flights last year, 2012.
London Luton Airport was previously called Luton International Airport and was initially opened as the Luton Municipal Airport back on July the 16th, 1938. The airport is a busy transport hub, and can be easily reached by public transport. For travellers who prefer driving to the airport there are excellent on-airport and off-airport parking facilities.
Looking for a reputable taxi transfer service to get you to or from Luton Airport? Head over to the Luton Airport Guide who have a long list of trusted Luton Taxi companies.
London Luton Airport Reviews (9)
Luton Airport is OK. Not the best or worst. Security is usually an ordeal with rude staff who have probably taken a course in being obnoxious but think most airports are like that nowadays. Well not all of them are quite that bad. Staff generally are nice and helpful. It has been turned into a shopping mall and there is a really long walk to departures because of this. Really not suited to elderly or people bad in walk. best option would be to book assistance. Low cost airlines generally provide poor service and this can reflect badly on Luton sometimes unfairly.
This is an old airport, I last used it about 30years ago and the bag of rubbish behind the door then was still there in Feb 09. (I am kidding, but only a little). In Feb 09 there was serious snow which upset thing quite a lot. It merely gave the low cost airlines a ready made excuse for their crass incompetence, rudeness and pandemic lateness. The new departure terminal was a great opportunity, but was as you may have guessed, was missed BADLY. It looks like someone has built a shopping mall near the airport, then as an afterthought, decided it could also double up as departure hall. The exits to the gates are hidden away in the far corner, there is little or no view to the outside and everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING is sacrificed in order to create more retail space. The outlets are the usual selection of boring drab shops staffed by moronic, underpaid, uninterested, rude, unhelpful teenagers. They get paid almost nothing, so why should we expect anything else.. Sorry, but I can find nothing nice to say about LTN. This place gives air travel a bad name.
I have been to many different airports and this is by far the worst. The staff are very rude in all areas, check in, security, and service staff and many times there aren’t enough people at the immigration and they are a bit rude because they are obviously overworked. There aren’t many options to eat if you want something other than pre-packaged stuff or fast food, especially after security. I have only have had one flight leave on time, and they are extremely slow off loading the luggage. Once I had a hour wait from when we landed and when the bags from my flight started to appear in the baggage reclaim. If you can go to another London airport, if you are going budget airlines see if you can go from Stansted, it is much nicer and more accessible by public transport. I would always use that one if the flights for my destination there were at a better time. Luton is an annoying airport to get to, the train station isn’t even at the airport, you have to take a bus to the station. I only take the coach if I have to get there because the train services to and from there are so bad. I would give it less than 1* if there was the option.
I have used Luton airport on 6 occasions in the past 6 months. All flights have been on time, the airport has been uncongested, even at peak times, and I have had no problems with staff. The new facilities are generally excellent. The car parks are close to the terminal, and road access from the M1 motorway is very quick, even in rush hours (10 minutes max). My experiences are far better at Luton than at Heathrow (pure Hell), Gatwick (slow and confusing with everything far apart) and Stansted (impossible to get to, except from east London).
This airport is the arm-pit of England. Avoid if you can.
Lack Of Immigration Staff
I arrived at Luton at appox. 10pm one evening to find the arrivals packed and only 4 immigration personnel on duty. It took over an hour to get through the passport check. The reason given was that " More planes had arrived that evening than expected ". It would appear that planes just " Drop in " to Luton, out of the blue, so as to speak.
Great Experience Travelling Through Ltn
Arrived at Luton Airport by train and only took 30mins from London Bridge station and only cost £9. (Can easily cost twice as much to get train from Central London to other London Airports). Bus was there waiting to take me up to the terminal and only took 2-3mins. Terminal very light and breezy and only plenty of check-in desks. From arriving at the airport terminal , checking in for my flight to Budapest, passing through security and getting into the departure lounge only took 15mins. Plenty of shops and places to eat in the departure area and not far to walk to the gates compared to other airports. Very relaxed and no crowds, like other London airports.
Travelling for business on a weekday evening, I discovered that the Luton Management had closed the executive lounges because they had failed to roster sufficient staff, there was no hot food available in the departure lounge and no coffee available from the few outlets which remained open. The so-called 24hr food outlet had closed because they had a gap in staff shifts. Staff were generally rude, and the Serviceair representatives were rude AND obstructive. Flight information was either wrong or misleading. This may well be the worst airport in Europe.
Tony Paknadel August 30, 2011 at 10:45 am
I’m a professional chauffeur and routinely meet and collect passengers from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton. The main problems with Luton are: The car park is some distance from the arrivals hall and is an open air walk. This means that there’s the obvious possibility of my passengers getting very wet on the walk to the car if it happens to be raining. The temperature inside the arrivals hall is set to ‘tropical’. This means that on a cold or wet day – because of the long walk from the car park – it is necessary to wear a raincoat or overcoat. Inside the arrivals hall one would be more comfortable in Bermuda shorts.