Luton Airport – LTN
Formerly named as Luton International Airport, London Luton Airport is a public international airport just over two kilometers from the eastern side of the town of Luton and 45 kilometers from the northern side of Central London, England. It comes in fourth in the biggest airport serving the area of London and comes in fifth as the busiest in the whole of the UK. LTN-London Luton Airport was a former base of the Royal Air Force fighters back in the World War II-era before it was turned over to the local council.
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London Luton Airport (LTN) features only one runway with 2,160 meters length and about 60 stands for the aircraft. The single passenger terminal in the airport is made up of two stories and has been renovated a handful of times in the past. In 2018 alone, the airport accommodated no less than 16.5 million passengers. Some of the airlines based in the airport are Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair, TUI, and Wizz Air. Most of the destinations covered by the flights from LTN are within Europe, but some scheduled routes also serve Asia and Northern Africa. From Luton Airport, drop by the neighboring cities of Sutton, Ockley, and Hampton.
What to Do & Area Attractions
Some of the nearby hotels in the area which offer airport transfers are the Icon Hotel, the Holiday Inn Express London Luton Airport, and the Chiltern Hotel, Luton Airport.
If you’re coming to London, you can also book your flights to the nearby LGW-Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport (LHR).