London Luton International Airport is one of the smaller London airports and predominantly serves flights to major destinations across Europe. Its modern facilities and smaller size make it extremely popular.
The airport now consists of two terminals, with the recent edition of a new terminal complete with 60 check-in desks. Facilities include four bureaux de change (some open 24 hours), ATM's, a baby change room, postal services, a children's play centre, and a lost property service.
The Aviance Executive Lounge is situated in the international departures lounge, the airport information desk is located just inside the main entrance (open 24 hours) offering fax facilities, while in the domestic departures lounge there are fax, phone and Internet facilities available.
The numerous specialty shops are normally open from around 6am until 10pm, while there are several cafés, bars and fast food outlets before and after security.
Facilities for disabled passengers include induction loops, lowered telephones, complimentary use of wheelchairs and porter service, dedicated parking spaces close to the terminal, and specially designed toilets.
It is a short shuttle ride to Luton Parkway train station from where you can board the Luton Flyer to London's Kings Cross Thameslink Station, leaving every half-hour. The Greenline 757 coach is an express service departing hourly for central London and the Westend.