Luton Airport Guide to London Luton International Airport - LTN

Luton Airport Train

In this page you’ll find information about train options at London Luton International Airport.

Luton Airport (IATA: LTN; ICAO: EGGW), also called Luton International Airport, is one of the 6 international airports serving the London area,in United Kingdom. LTN Airport is located in Luton city, about 35 km away from London city centre. There are some train transport options at Luton Airport to reach London city centre and many other destinations:

Shuttle Bus to LTN Airport Parkway: this is the service at Luton Airport which leads you from the Terminal to Luton Airport Parkway train station in around 10 minutes. Buses work every 10 minutes all day between 5:00h and 00:00h; during the night there is a service for every train connection. A single ticket costs 2,10 pounds and a returning ticket 3,40 pounds. Children between 4 and 15 travel for the hald price and under 5 for free. You can pay it just in cash, no cards are accepted.

Luton Airport fast central trains: there are frequent direct trains from Luton Airport Parkway to Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras International (the ride can take an avarage of 40 minutes). Trains depart every 10 minutes but during the night the service is a bit more limited. From the airport: take a Shuttle Bus (10 minutes) to the Luton Airport’s Parkway where you’ll take the train.

Regular southbound trains: at LTN Airport Parkway you can also take direct trains to South London, stations to Brighton and for connections to the South East. Trains work every 20 minutes (remember to add 10 minutes of the Shuttle Bus from the Terminal to the Parkway)

- There are also various trains going to other Airports in London.