CAR PARKING LUTON AIRPORT
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Luton airport parking will provide safe, convenient airport parking on your forthcoming trip.
Information about Luton Airport
Luton airport was opened in 1938 and developed steadily over the years, helped by the popularity of the 'package' holiday. The number of flights out of Luton contined to increase and the airport secured its place in London's airport network.
Over 10 airlines operate from Luton including Britannia, British Airways and Ryanair and it is the home of major budget airline easyJet. Passengers can fly to a large range of UK and European destinations from Luton airport and over 6 million pass through the terminal each year.
The terminal has 60 check in desks, modern flight information systems and baggage facilities and a range of bars, shops and places to eat. There are also several bureau de change, banking facilities, internet enabled payphones and all the facilities expected from a major airport.
Information about Luton Airport Parking
From the list of Luton carparks above you can see that Luton offers a range of airport car parking options. You can choose from both short stay or long stay Luton parking in car parks both on the airport site and close by.
There are three Luton car parks with no minimum stay including Express Parking which is great if you are in a hurry as it is close to the terminal and accessible via a covered walkway. The Mid Term car park and the Cental Car storage also offer no minimum stay are are both located close to the airport and offer courtesy bus transport to the terminal.
Central Car Storage also offer a more luxury Luton airport parking option with their Meet and Greet service where you car is parked for by a chauffeur when you arrive at the terminal and then it is delivered back to you on your return.
For longer term Luton parking the Longterm Self Park car park is ideal, it has a minimum stay of 5 days and is accessible via a regular courtesy bus running between the car park and the passenger terminal.
London Luton Airport is easily accessible from all over the country and located close to the M1 and M25.
The airport has conveniently located short-stay, executive and long-stay car parks.
London Luton Airport, closer than you think:
- Central London: 32 miles
- North London: 30 miles
- Milton Keynes: 25 miles
- Birmingham: 90 miles
- Oxford: 50 miles
- Cambridge: 35 miles
- Bedford: 22 miles
To and From the East and A1
Access to London Luton Airport from the East and A1 is via the A505 dual carriageway through Hitchin.
The airport lies just off the A505 and is clearly signposted.
To and From the M25
Access to London Luton Airport from the West is possible through several routes.
If approaching via Dunstable, follow the airport signs.
Alternative approaches include travelling via M40/M25 to join the M1 and then exit via Junction 10. Exit the M25 at Junction 21 for the access to the M1.
To and From the M1
London Luton Airport is only 30 minutes from North London, 15 minutes from the M25 and 5 minutes from the M1.
The airport is just two miles from the M1 motorway.
Exit the M1 at Junction 10. The route to the airport is clearly signposted.
Work starts on Monday 20th March 2006 on the M1 Widening scheme. Please allow extra time for journeys to the airport whilst the widening scheme for the M1, between junction 6A (M25) and junction 10 (Luton), is being carried out. The scheme will widen 10 miles (17 km) of the motorway to four lanes in each direction to relieve congestion and improve safety.
This will be achieved by widening three sections of the road:
- between junctions 6a and 7 southbound;
- northbound and southbound between junctions 8 and 9;
- and southbound between junctions 9 and 10.
The scheme will also provide parallel link roads between junctions 7 and 8 to cater for local traffic using the A414/M10 between Hemel Hempstead and St Albans.
There will be a mandatory 40mph speed restriction on the motorway while work takes place.
For up to date travel information from The Highways Department visit www.highways.gov.uk
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