There are several cheap-and-cheerful airport parking services around Luton: they'll look after your car and take you to the airport (and pick you up again) for less than ten pounds a day. They seem to be broadly similar and many are less than ten minutes from the terminal.

Paige Airport Parking - Paige airport parking is the best and cheap airport parking near by the luton airport. their price is very low and very secure . parking will be at slip end and also they offer chaffuer services with great support. offer more than 25 parking optins at Luton, including 2 on-airport car parks, 3 off-airport car parks, 1 hotel that offers holiday parking and many Private driveways close to the airport. 

Purple Parking - Purple parking offers parking at a wide selection of UK airports, including Luton.  They have off-site parking (where a shuttle service is provided free of charge to and from the airport), and also 'chaffuer' service (drop and pick up at the terminal building).  Their rates are very competative. are another airport parking company. All Airparks sites are secured off-airport car parks with transfers running to and from the airport 24 hours a day.

Merry Parking is a comparison airport parking website. You can enter your dates and check the rates of different airport parking services at Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Manchester, Southend, Bristol, Liverpool.  Check the revies of each car park. Since Merry Parking is an agent of the car parks, they upload all customer reviews without editing so the service of the car parks are very transparent. 

Swift parking is a 'meet and greet' avoid if possible as service is dire. Waiting time for greet unexceptable. Prepayment required but extra £5 cash requested to go through exit barrier.

Luton Airport Parking  is one of the cheapest parking options for Luton AIrport, located just 5 minutes from M1 junction 11, with a secure, fully staffed and flood lit compound. A black cab to and from the airport is included in the price, no waiting for shuttles or luggage hassles.


There's a pretty good station serving the airport, with frequent (10 minutes at peak time) shuttles running to and from; be warned, though, the station sticks firmly to the business of picking up and dropping off passengers - there's no shopping or eating once you're there. Previously the shuttle was free, now they charge 2 £ for one way and 3£ for return, CASH ONLY> Trains run to Bedford, London - and through, if you've a wish, to Gatwick and Brighton.


 National Express buses run directly to the airport from Cambridge.


Pre-book a taxi on-line for long distance travel Pre-book a taxi on-line for long distance travel with, or pick up one of the many taxis at the arrivals stand, or pick up one of the many taxis at the arrivals stand.


Easyjet at Luton are very strict on check-in time.- and it's in your interest to arrive as early as possible after check-in opens

Before airside facilities

Before you cross security (or after arrivals) you've got access to a newsagents, a cafe area (operating at roughly the level of a provincial railway station), a Burger King and a Marks and Spencer food store

Security - Crowded, jam packed at peak times. They make u buy sealed bag to put any bottles or cream.


Once airside, you've got an Est Est Est, a nice cafeteria, and small versions of the usual airport stores - a Dixons, a perfume store, etc