HEATHROW TRANSFER TO LUTON AIRPORT



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How to get from Heathrow Airport to Luton Airport :
The best option for most people is National Express Coach which is a straight airport to airport journey unlike the other options. It compares to the train  options in both the cost and the time so unless you want to go via central London this is your best option.
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National Express run services between Heathrow (all four terminals) and Luton Airport. Services to Luton Airport will actually also drop at Luton Bus Station in Luton itself after stopping at the airport. Operates from about 05.30 till around 00.30 and this is a most hourly service. All coaches have an onboard WC. These are not dedicated buses for this route but they take in this journey as part of much longer routes.
This service operates from terminals 4 and 5 and from the central bus station (for terminals 1 and 3).
Route:
707 -  some buses stop at Hemel Hempstead

Expect your journey to take around 65 to 115 minutes. Cost is around from £21 (single), £35.40 (return) for a standard single fare.
>>>Full details of National Express Heathrow to Luton Airport

Cheapest Option
There is a cheaper but longer option which may be of interest if your on a very strict budget. You can take the tube into Victoria (requires change at Hammersmith from the Piccadilly line to the District line) and then take an easybus or the Greenline 757 out to Luton airport. The advantage of the easybus service is that if you book early enough you can get fares from £2. This option could also be of interest if you looking to stay in London overnight or longer before making the trip out to Luton airport.

Tube Fare is: £5.7 per adult (£2.80 11-15 yrs)
Expect your total journey to take around 120 to 180 minutes. Easybus fares from Victoria to Luton range between £2 and £11 .
Therefore the cost for the whole journey is around £7 - £16 depending on how early you book for a standard single fare.

>>>Easybus.co.uk
>>>tube fares

Train (via central London):
Luton airport is not directly served by a station. The nearest station is Luton Airport Parkway. Once at the station you are transferred by the free Luton Airport Express Shuttlebus to the airport (if you have a through ticket). The shuttlebus stops almost outside the terminal building at Luton as the coach terminus area is located adjacent to the terminal. Transfer takes around 10 minutes.

1: Take the Heathrow Express train service into Paddington Station. Transfer to the tube network via the Hammersmith and City line and take the ride out to Kings Cross Station. Transfer over to the rail network and take either the Midland service from St Pancras or the First Capital Connect service from Kings Cross Thameslink to Luton Parkway Station.

Heathrow Express cost: £21 (online), £21 (ticket machine), £26 (on train)  (15-25 minutes)
Cost from Paddington to Luton Airport via Kings Cross/St Pancras or Farringdon stations (zone 1 both stations): apx £17.40 (65-80 minutes)
Total time for the journey is around 80-105 minutes at a total cost of apx. £31 for a standard adult single fare.
You will need to pay for the Heathrow Express separately since its not available on a through ticket.

2: as option one but take the Heathrow Connect service instead of the express.

Heathrow Connect cost: £9.90 per adult(23-28 minutes)
Cost from Paddington to Luton Airport via Kings Cross/St Pancras or Farringdon stations (zone 1 both stations): apx £17.40 (65-80 minutes)
Total time for the journey is around 88-108 minutes at a cost of apx £23 for a standard adult single fare.

3: Take the London Underground (not the overground Heathrow Express of connects services) and use the Piccadilly line to travel over to Kings Cross. Transfer over to the rail network and take either the Midland service from St Pancras or the First capital Connect service from Kings Cross Thameslink to Luton Parkway Station.

Tube fare (zone 6 to zone 1): £5.7 per adult (£2.80 11-15 yrs)  (apx 75 minutes)
Kings Cross/St Pancras to Luton Airport: apx from £15.50 (60-70 minutes)
Total time for the journey is around 135-145 minutes at a cost of apx £17.10 for a standard adult single fare.

Minicab This option must be pre-booked. Expect to pay around £80. Please note this figure can vary greatly between companies.
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London Taxi
Around £114. However the drivers can refuse to do this journey or negotiate a different a fare at its outside the controlled areas of London.

Road:
Transfers between Heathrow and Luton Airport by road are via the M4/M25/M1 motorways.
On leaving Heathrow again pickup the West bound section of the M4 at Junction 4 and then join the M25 Northbound Clockwise section at its junction 15. Leave the M25 at its junction 21 and pickup the M1 motorway Northbound. Follow the signs carefully at this point as you will need to make sure you hit the northbound and NOT the south bound section of the M1. Again the journey will be well sign posted. Your only concern is to make sure you follow the signs for Luton Airport and not for Luton Town itself.

Expect your journey by car/taxi/minicab to take 35-75 minutes.
Expect your coach journey to Luton Airport to take 80-120 minutes.
The distance from Heathrow Airport to Luton Airport is 36 miles/58 km via the M25 or 28.3 miles/45.5 km in a straight line.
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