National Express Coaches Departing From And Arriving At Luton Airport
National Express coaches cover almost 100% of the United Kingdom, including stops in Scotland, Wales, and England. The coaches will get you to and from Luton Airport at any time of the day, and at any time of the year, so that you can get to your destination or flight without a worry.
London Luton Airport has great connections with key cities and towns across the United Kingdom. The coach drop off and pick up spots and bus bays are located right at the front of the building.
Direct Services From London Luton Airport Include:
A1 to London (over 60 times each day)
707 to Northampton (nine times per day)
737 to High Wycombe and Oxford (eight times each day)
240 & 230 to Nottingham and Leicester (eight times each day)
422 & 777 to Birmingham and Coventry (11 times each day)
787 to Cambridge (ten times each day)
National Express also operates coaches from London Luton Airport from/to:
Milton Keynes (22 times each day)
Stansted Airport (18 times each day)
Heathrow Airport (27 times each day)
Gatwick Airport (11 times each day)
Drop Off And Pick Up
National Express coaches will depart from and arrive near the terminal doors, making them very convenient for you with your baggage, and saving a lot on parking and airport costs!
The drop off and pick up points a a very short distance from the check-in area at London Luton airport, which you can clearly see with the signage. You can see more details, when you book your tickets on the Internet using the booking form on the National Express coach website.
London Luton airport was previously known as Luton International Airport. London Luton airport is the 6th busiest airport in UK and is 4th largest airport serving London. London Luton is the base for major airlines such as EasyJet, Monrach, Thomson and Ryanair.
London Luton Airport is connected to major UK cities via Roads, Rail and Coach Services. First Capital Connect and East midland Trains along are primary train operators while National Express, Green Line coaches and EasyBus are primary coach service operators.
Coach Travel Is Great For The Environment
Traveling by coach is a very environmentally-friendly way to travel. In fact, it is the best way to travel. It releases a lot less CO2 (per passenger) into the environment than train travel. Furthermore, the manufacturing industry is always reducing emissions through advancing technology. Modern coaches are greener and cleaner, and they are getting better every year.
If you put coaches and buses against other kinds of passenger transport, they will win every time. They are the cleanest way to travel, by far.
Your carbon footprint is the smallest when you travel by coach, and you can feel good about yourself when you take a National Express coach. There is less of a carbon footprint when you travel by coach than any form of passenger transport.
There are less road accidents and air pollution when you travel by coach. There is less traffic congestion. Traveling by coach just makes more sense for your community, world, and the environment.
It is crucial to change the public mindset and encourage people to travel by coach or bus to help seriously reduce the negative impact on the environment.
Traveling by coach, through National Express, is not only comfortable, clean, and easy – it’s good for the environment. Nowadays, everyone is under pressure to do good for the environment, and coach travel is one way that you can make a difference.