Planning your next holiday? Wondering if it’s worth travelling from one of London’s smaller airports instead of sticking to the likes of Gatwick and Heathrow?
Then read on!
Luton Airport is 28 miles from Central London and offers everything from city breaks to all-inclusive family holidays in 30 countries.
There are 70 destinations to choose from, including Greece and Cyprus to France and Germany, as well as big discounts on popular destinations across Europe and beyond.
So, is it worth travelling from Luton Airport instead of one of London’s major airports to start your holiday? In this collaborative post here are 5 great reasons to fly from Luton Airport!
5 reasons to fly from Luton Aiport
1. Parking is easy
By visiting Luton Parking you can book your holiday parking online at up to 60% off. They also offer priority and park up meet and greet options, taking the hassle out of getting to the departure lounge.
2. It’s actually a big airport
Despite having just one single runway, Luton Airport is bigger than you might expect and there’s plenty of space to wander (or run) around while waiting for a flight. Which is good news if you’ve got little ones who need to let off some steam before you get on the plane.
3. It has great shops
From MAC make up and Sunglass Hut to Kurt Geiger and Accessorize, the wide range of shops when you’re through security means you can pick up any last minute items that you have forgotten or left until the last minute to buy at the airport so you can save space when packing your suitcase.
4. There are a wide range of restaurants
Think family favourites including Frankie & Benny’s, Bella Italia and Burger King.
5. There’s up to four hours free Wi-Fi
So if you’ve got little ones (or older ones) who get bored easily you can keep them entertained on iPads and tablets while you wait for take-off. (And if that doesn’t work, this post on how to entertain your kids at the airport may come in handy).
Have you ever flown from Luton Aiport? Are you considering it? I’d love to hear about your experience!
This is a collaborative post.