London Luton Airport (LTN)
Driving Directions / Travel by Car
(London, England, UK)
London Luton Airport (LTN) serves the north of London and provides cheap access to the UK capital via the many budget airlines that fly here.
Luton Airport is situated just off the London to Leeds M1 motorway, allowing for easy road access to the capital and many other major cities in the region.
Other prominent roads close by include Airport Way (A505) to the south-west, and the A6 to the west, which incorporates New Bedford Road and Mill Street.
Directions to London Luton Airport (LTN) from the north of the UK:
Directions to Luton Airport (LTN) from the south of London:
- The airport is located only a few miles north of the M25 ring road
- The M1 motorway provides access from the north
- Drive towards London on the M1 and exit at Junction 10 north-east
- The A1081 and A505 feed the airport complex
Directions to Luton Airport (LTN) from the east of London:
- Take the M25 ring road and join the M1 north from either direction
- Continue north on the M1 and join the A1081 at Junction 10
- The A1081 and A505 highways provide access to Luton Airport
Directions to London Luton Airport (LTN) from the west of the UK:
- The M25 ring road provides access from south-east England
- Come off the M25 ring road at Junction 21 and join the M1 north
- Continue north along the M1 as far as Junction 10, where the A1081 heads north-east and the A505 runs towards the airport
- Motorways M4 and M40 join the main M25 ring road from the west
- Head north on the M25 ring road and exit at Junction 21
- Continue north to Junction 10 on the M1 before exiting onto the A1081
- Head north-east where the A505 meets the A1081 and runs to the airport
Expect long delays on the M25 ring road during rush hours, where getting around London in either direction can be very difficult. The M1 and M40 motorways can also become busy at times, especially in the morning and the early evening.
London Luton Airport (LTN): Virtual Google Maps