London Luton (LTN) Airport

London Luton LTN Airport Overview

London Luton Airport LTN is one of greater London's four major airports and is mostly served by low-cost airlines & charter operators.  It is London's fastest-growing airport.
The Airport's current operator LLAOL announced in late November 2013 that the new airport operators - Ardian (a private investment company) and AENA Group (operating Spain's & some overseas airports) -intend to 'make the Airport better & bigger', according to LLAOL's plans submitted to the Luton Borough Council. 

The Airport is located 2.8 m from the town center of the Borough of Luton, in Bedfordshire, England, U.K., and 35 miles northwest of Central London, accessible via Junction 10a of the M1 motorway and dual carriageway link to the Airport, as well as rail services to central London in only 20 minutes. Motorway M1 runs to the south to London and to the north to Leeds, and connects to the M25 motorway.
The M1 Junction 10a project - now completed - significantly improves the Airport access.
With an extended runway, and an estimated yearly passenger count approaching 10 million, London Luton Airport offers direct & connecting flight to all points of the globe, as well as seasonal flights to popular vacation & ski resorts.  Of its 2012 flights, only 11 percent accounted for domestic flights. 
As of April 24, 2015, the all-business-class French airline 'La Compagnie'  offers nonstop flights to New York.

London Luton Airport has one two-level passenger terminal.  Passenger pickup/dropoff is free at Mid-Term Carpark.

For Airport inquiries, you need to complete their Feedback Form at (www)

Visa requirements for travelers from India:  As of Feb. 2015, tourists, travelers on business & other eligible visitors from India will now be able to visit both the UK and Ireland (North & South Ireland) - moving freely between the two countries on a single visa.

Future Airport Developments:  
LLA is investing over US$ 155M in its Redeveopment Project - increasing capacity by 2026 from 12 to 18M passengers per annum.  It includes a complete redesign of the current terminal*, adding new  food & drink and retail concessions; and major upgrades to transport links, new carpark, remodeled bus & coach interchange and improved rail links.   Continued work will incease annual capacity from 12M to 18M passengers by 2031.
    The first phase of the Redevelopment Project involves landside infrastructure & transport facilities (changing the approach road to the terminal into a dual carriageway; redeveloping short-term carparks, on-airport road network & set-down area, and relocating the coach terminal.

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