Facilities and Features of Luton Airport
London Luton airport was inaugurated on 16th of July 1938 by Mr. Kingsley Wood, the Secretary of State for Air. Since then, the airport has continuously improved its facilities and today it is the fourth largest airport of London. It is under the ownership of Luton Borough Council and is managed privately by the London Luton Airport Operations Limited (LLAOL). The Luton airport is based at a distance of 2.8 kilometers from Luton Borough Town Centre. The airport is said to have hosted more than 10 million passengers in the year 2010 as per statistics of 2010. The London Luton consists of a single runway which is equipped with latest ILS (Instrument Landing System). This technologically enhanced system enables to the airplanes to take off and land without any trouble even during extremely unfavorable weather conditions. Transport from airport is available 24/7 at highly convenient rates.
The London Luton airport is equipped with latest amenities that fit international standards. The airport offers facilities for solo, business, corporate, group and family travelers. There are also accessibility features for the disabled travelers all over the airport. The main terminal building is connected to drop off area, taxi rank and short term car park facilities with an internal road. At the arrivals lounge, there are many desks that offer Luton airport car hire services at competitive prices. The London Luton airport is a maintenance base for some of the world’s popular airlines that include EasyJet, Monarch Airlines and Thomson Airways. There are also headquarters of many international airlines at the London Luton airport such as Wizz Air, EasyJet, and 11 more international airlines. The airport is located at an easy approach of a few miles from the M1 Motorway.
The car parking facilities at Luton airport include short-term parking, medium-term parking and long-term parking which are in the western and eastern sides of the terminal building. Transportation is easily accessible 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at the airport. For those looking to a hire a taxi can either hire it upon arrival from the taxi rank at the airport or get it booked online prior to their arrival so that a uniformed driver awaits them in the arrivals lounge for helping with the luggage and transferring them conveniently to their desired destination. Making a taxi reservation in advance not only saves your precious time but also avoids any kind of inconvenience at the airport after arrival. There are many companies serving the London Luton airport that provide online taxi booking services. For those looking for public transportation, there are coaches and buses that connect Luton airport with central London. The coach services include big names such as National Express, Green Line Coaches, EasyBus and many more.
CrossCab is one of the leading online cab booking companies of UK. They have been providing superior class cab services to their customers around the world since many years. They let you book a cab while on your desktop or even on the go via mobile app/website. The company has a virtual fleet of more than thousands of vehicles that travel to and from all major airports of the country to major as well as minor locations around the country.
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At the arrivals lounge, there are many desks that offer Luton airport car hire services at competitive prices. CrossCab let you book a cab while on your desktop or even on the go via mobile app/website.
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