Direct flights from London LTN
London Luton Airport is well connected to the rest of Europe – see our guide to the airport and find all direct flights that depart from here.
Luton (IATA: LTN, ICAO: EGGW) is a large airport in the United Kingdom. There are on avarage 133 passenger flights scheduled to take-off from London every day to 126 non-stop destinations in 37 countries. Airlines flying direct from London (LTN) include easyJet, Wizz Air, Wizz Air UK and 5 others.
Non-stop routes from LTN:
London Luton Airport – travel guide
London Luton Airport is the fourth largest hub serving the London area. Situated about 30 miles north of London, the airport is easily accessible from the capital and other parts of the country.
How to get to London Luton
Getting there is straightforward, as the airport is just 15 minutes away from the M25 and five minutes from the M1. Drivers will find that London Luton offers a variety of short-term, mid-term and long-term parking options.
People traveling by train will find that the regular rail services from central London take less than half an hour. The airport has its own station - Luton Airport Parkway - on the Midland Main Line.
There is a shuttle bus service to take passengers from the station to the airport, and runs frequent services 24/7.
Coaches of EasyBus from London Victoria Station and Earl's Court operate up to every 15 minutes 24 hours 7 days a week.
The airport – good to know
All services from London Luton operate from the airport's single terminal, with flights to roughly 120 destinations on offer. The modern terminal building was developed at a cost of £40 million and officially opened in 1999.
The hub is known as the home of low-cost carriers such as easyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air, which could make it appealing to travelers seeking cheap flights to Amsterdam or other European cities.
Passengers will find plenty of shopping and dining options inside the terminal, both before and after they pass through security. The main check-in concourse features outlets such as Marks & Spencer Simply Food and WHSmith.
After passing through security and reaching the departure lounge area, travellers will be able to browse the duty-free wares on offer at Boots, Kurt Geiger and Sunglass Hut.
For those seeking something to eat or drink before their flight, the check-in concourse includes Burger King, Caffe Nero and Starbucks.
Direct Flights travel tip
With all check-in desks located directly opposite the main entrance to the terminal, it is easy to get rid of your baggage as soon as you arrive. Check-in immediately and then relax by browsing the shops before the fight.
Other facilities at the airport
The main departure lounge at London Luton includes a range of facilities such as baby care rooms and currency exchange from The Change Group.
A baggage wrapping service, which can protect luggage from being damaged in transit, is available to passengers from the check-in concourse.
People with flights leaving very early in the morning from London Luton may like to book into a hotel close to the airport for the night, as there are several options available.
Adjacent to the terminal building lies the Express by Holiday Inn Luton, which offers a convenient location and services such as a restaurant, currency exchange and internet access.
Those willing to travel a little further afield will find other accommodation options such as Thistle Hotel Luton.
Airlines with flights from Luton
There are 8 different airlines at London (LTN) with direct flights to 126 destinations in 38 countries.
London (LTN) facts
HubsRyanair (Operating base.)easyJet (Headquarters.)Wizz Air (Operating base.)Wizz Air UK (Operating base.)
Flights per day928
Transfer time44 minutes