London Luton Airport

Fly to London Luton Airport with Easyjet in 1 hour 20 minutes.


Luton Airport Parkway station provides regular services to the city. Destinations include Blackfriars, City Thameslink, and Farringdon and St Pancras International. 

For travel to Luton Airport Parkway station, a bus transfer is included in the ticket fare. Remember to select Luton Airport (LUA) as your departure point when booking a ticket. This transfer service is roughly ten minutes. 

To buy tickets, you can visit the Trainline website.

Travellers can also visit the Onward Travel Centre located in the arrivals building. 

Trains travelling southbound offer connections to Gatwick Airport and the South East. Northbound routes provide direct connections to Bedford and the Midlands.

For more information on train services and routes, visit the National Rail website.


National Express and Green Line coach services connect travellers to central London.

National Express operates regular services every hour. 

The A1 coach route runs to London Victoria Coach Station. Stops include Finchley Road, Baker Street, Marble Arch and Victoria Rail Station.

The A2 coach route runs to London Paddington Station via Baker Street. This route follows the same stops as the A1 service. 

For more information and booking advice, visit the National Express website.

Green Line coach services operate hourly services to Victoria Coach Station. Stops on this route include Brent Cross, Finchley Road, Baker Street and Marble Arch.

For coach timetables and booking information, visit the Green Line website.

Tower Bridge in London.

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