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How to get from from Stansted Airport to Luton Airport:
National Express run services between Stansted and Luton between the
hours of 00.20 and 21.50.
737 - Stops at Hatfield, Luton
777 - stops at Standon, Stevenage, HITCHIN, St Marys Square / Queen
Expect your coach trip to take between 75 and 105 minutes and to
from £16 (single), £26.60 (return) for a standard single fare.
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National Express Stansted to Luton
National Express timetables, services
Luton airport is not directly served by a station. The nearest
station is Luton Airport Parkway. Once at the station you are
transferred by bus to the airport (free ride with ticket). Transfer takes around 10 minutes.
To make the journey you need to travel from Stansted Station below
the main terminal to Tottenham Hale in east London. From Tottenham
Hale you transfer by tube to Kings Cross and St Pancras from where
you can take a train to Luton Airport Parkway.
Time for the journey
is around 110-125 minutes. Cost is around
The most practical route is to take the M11 southbound. Pickup the
M25 Northbound anticlockwise towards Heathrow and the A1. Come off
and take the M1 Northbound. Make sure you follow the signs for M1
north or you'll end up travelling into London. Stay on the M1 until
you see the sign for Luton Airport. Make sure you follow the sign
for Luton Airport and not Luton Town centre.
Expect your journey by car/taxi/minicab to take
Expect your coach journey to Luton Airport to take 75-120 minutes.
The distance is 55 miles/89 km via the M25 or 30
miles/48 km in a straight line.