Luton Airport Parking
There are a plethora of flights departing from Luton to every European country, as well as a broad range of domestic flights. A few very distant locations can be reached as well, such as Hong Kong, India or Thailand.
Akin to other airports in the vicinity, Luton offers short-stay parking, mid-stay parking, long-stay parking and valet parking. A distinctive car park is reserved for each one of the first three options and disabled parking is available in all three areas.
Luton’s intense activity is focused around one main terminal comprising a complex system of 60 check-in desks, adjoined by an expansive area where many facilities can be found, including shopping amenities, eating and drinking venues. The airport also encompasses three departure lounges (for domestic flights, European flights and international flights) and a meeting area for arrivals. A play area and amusement centre are available for children, whilst people with mobility difficulties can be assisted on request and benefit from many purposely designed facilities.
For an extra charge, passengers can await their flights in a tranquil, relaxed atmosphere, in the airport?s executive lounge, which provides refreshments, internet access and a range of entertainment options.
London Luton Airport has specifically designed Airport facilities with disabled passengers and persons with reduced mobility in mind, making the Airport accessible to all passengers and hopefully making the trip a good experience.
Passengers who require special assistance at the Airport with baggage and mobility can locate one of the Help Points which are located at the car park drop off zones or at the information desk within the Airport.
Disabled toilets are also located throughout the Airport in all areas. Facilities such as lowered telephones for wheelchair users and telephones with keypad and touch screen features are fully available.
Before arriving at the Airport disabled passengers must notify the Airline in advance of any special assistance or requirements needed such as help with boarding the aircraft.
Special assistance dogs which have been registered with the Pet Travel Scheme are permitted to travel with the passengers, please bring any documentation and check with the Airline before flying.
To contact the special assistance team please contact them by Email at email@example.com or by telephone on 07827 882837
Find more info on the London Luton Airport website here.