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London Luton Airport is the fourth-largest airport in London and the sixth busiest airport in the UK handling over 9.5 million passengers each year.
London Luton Airport was officially opened on the 16th July 1938 as ‘London Municipal Airport’. During the war London Luton Airport was used for a base for the Fighter Squadron, it was also an important manufacturing site where they designed and built aircrafts for civil and military use. Over the years the airport has grew from strength to strength and now is a popular airport for many passengers.
London Luton Airport is easily accessible from all over the country and located close to the M1 and M25. Luton Airport Parkway railway stations are connected to the terminal by a free shuttle bus. There are regular coach services from London and surrounding cities to the airport.