2016-11-29 Posted in Airport Parking, Train Station
Getting to or from Luton Airport by coach or bus is a simple and straightforward process. The pick-up points for coaches, and the bus bays, are located directly outside of the terminal building. Anyone leaving the arrivals terminal will see the coach and bus bays in front of them, so there shouldn't be any hassle or inconvenience in connecting your journey.
Anyone looking for assistance or guidance in finding the right coach and bus will find employees on hand to help out.
Depending on your journey, it may be that there is a coach or bus service that is perfect for your needs. There is a good variety of bus routes to and from Luton Airport and for many people, this is the smartest way to travel.
However, we know that there are times when travelling by coach or bus can mean a lengthy journey or a few changes. If you are looking for the most convenient travel option to or from Luton Airport, book with 1ST Airport Taxis. We aim to provide an affordable and reliable service and when you make your way to Luton Airport, you can travel for just £20.
Travel to and from London
There is a range of coach and bus options between Luton Airport and the heart of London. Depending on the time of day and the service on offer, it is possible to travel between London and Luton Airport in just 50 minutes. This should help people who are in a hurry to get to where they need to be with a minimum of fuss and effort.
There are three main operators providing coach and bus services between London and Luton Airport, and these run at all points throughout the day and night.
If you are looking to travel to Victoria Coach Station from Luton Airport, the A1 service provided by National Express is the obvious choice. This is a frequent service that runs more than 60 times a day. No matter when you get in to Luton Airport, there will be a service available for you.
The main stops on this service include Golders Green, Finchley Road, St John’s Wood, Baker Street and Portman Square before reaching Victoria Coach Station.
There is also the Green Line 757 coach service which runs twice every hour throughout the day, terminating at Victoria Coach Station.
The main stops on this service are Brent Cross, Finchley Road, Baker Street and Marble Arch.
Travel to areas other than the heart of London
In addition to provide the frequent services to Victoria Coach Station, National Express service a wide range of destinations from Luton Airport. Anyone looking for a convenient connection to Northampton, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Cambridge, Nottingham and Leicester will find that this is the company to rely on.
All of these journeys can be booked online or it is possible to book trips on the day of travel at the airport.
Local coach travel
Anyone looking for a local coach service to and from Luton Airport will find that there are a number of operators to consider.
The Stagecoach company runs the 99 service which connects Milton Keynes with London Luton Airport. There are a number of stops in between including Luton Station, Luton town centre, Central Milton Keynes and the rail station in Milton Keynes.
A local service runs to and from Barnet with Metroline’s 714 service. The main stops catered for by this service include Luton Station, Harpenden, St Albans, London Colney and New Barnet Station.
It may be that you have a connecting flight in another major London Airport. If you do, you will find a number of coach options Linking London Airport to Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted.
For Gatwick Airport, National Express runs 11 services every day while the same company provides 27 services a day between London Luton and Heathrow. National Express also provides 18 daily services between London Luton Airport and Stansted Airport.