Luton is a city in England, located north of London and part of the East of England region. In the south-east of the city is the London-Luton airport. London Luton Airport (IATA Code: LTN), located in Luton, is one of the five international London airports with a high volume of passengers and a high frequency of flights. It is about 50 km from London and relatively easy to reach by car or local transport or train.
During the Second World War, the airport, which had already been opened in 1938, was a Royal Air Force combat base, which was again available for civilian purposes after the war. After extensive renovations and modernizations, it is now, equipped with a terminal, one of the most modern major airports for cheap flights. Passengers and air freight are transported, with the passenger share far outweighing with over 9 million travelers. For further information, the staff at the information desk in the main entrance will help you.
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