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There are a wide range of facilities on offer to ensure your journey through the airport is relaxed and hassle free. These include a great choice of bars and restaurants and a fun children's play area.

Money can now be exchanged online through Travelex via our Travel Offers section, or at one of the four Bureaux de Change outlets available throughout the terminal building.

Start your journey with a short stay in the Aviance Executive Lounge, enjoying the relaxed yet professional hospitality of our customer focused team.

Sit back and relax whilst the team serve you with a selection of hot and cold beverages and alcoholic drinks, whilst you watch TV, listen to a selection of easy listening music or simply enjoy the quiet and calm of the facility.

Express Parking - Park by the hour, adjacent to the terminal up to a maximum charge of 6 hours for a daily executive rate.

Mid Term Parking - Ideally suited to stay of up to 5 days although longer stays are welcome.

Long Term Parking - For stays of 5 days or more - minimum charge of 5 days.

London Luton Airport (IATA: LTN, ICAO: EGGW) (previously called Luton International Airport) is an airport about 30 miles to the north-west of central London in the town of Luton, Bedfordshire. It is the fourth largest airport serving the London market after Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.

Development Plans
In 2004 the airport management announced[1] that they supported the government plans to expand the facilities to include a full-length runway, either on the current alignment, slightly south on the same alignment or at an angle to the present runway[2]. Local campaign groups[3] are fighting this expansion.

History
An airport was first opened on the site on July 16, 1938 by then Secretary of State for Air Kingsley Wood. During the Second World War the airport was used as a base for RAF fighters.

Following the war the land was returned to the local council who continued activity at the airport as a commercial operation, providing the base for major tour operators such as Euravia (now TUI, following previous growth as Britannia Airways) and Monarch Airlines. In 1972, Luton Airport was the most profitable in the country. The airport suffered a severe setback in August 1974 when a major package tour operator Clarksons, scheduling flights via its airline Court Line (which also operated local bus services), went bankrupt.

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  • Customer Service: 1-866-966-3042
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