Luton airport was once synonymous with the package holiday and was operating cheap flights before Easy Jet and Ryanair appeared on the scene. Located around 30 miles to the north-west of central London, it is now the capital’s fourth largest airport, with over 10 airlines flying from its runways, including Britannia, British Airways Ryanair and EasyJet. Passengers can fly to numerous UK and European destinations and over 6 million passengers pass through the terminal each year.
If you need to park your car, the number of options can be confusing. Why not try the Airport Parking Shop ( http://www.airport-parking-shop.co.uk/luton/luton-airport-parking.html), who are not tied to any one company? Not only do they give you information, they also compare prices across a number of different parking brokers to offer you the best price, and you can then book on line.
Luton offers a range of airport car parking options. You can choose from both short stay or long stay and car parks are both on the airport site and close by. There are three Luton car parks with no minimum stay including Express Parking, ideal if you are in a hurry as it’s close to the terminal and accessible via a covered walkway. The Mid Term car park and the Central Car storage also offer no minimum stay, are located close to the airport and offer courtesy bus transport to the terminal.
For longer term Luton parking the Longterm Self Park car park is ideal, having a minimum stay of 5 days and is accessible via a regular courtesy bus running between the car park and the passenger terminal.