London Luton Airport (ICAO:EGGW, IATA: LTN) was previously called Luton International Airport and is owned by Luton Borough Council. Nowadays it is used for commercial and business aviation, as well as flight training. The airport has 3 separate terminals for private jets with a number of FBO's on site to provide services to the aircraft, passengers and crew. It's busiest day in 2018 was the 25th May with 132 movements arriving and departing from the airport.
London Luton Airport is located 56 km north of Central London, around a 60 minutes drive or 25 minute via train.
London Luton Airport is just off the M1 motorway, a key link across England. Top destinations include France, United States, Italy, Switzerland and Spain, as well as flights across the United Kingdom. The most active private aircraft include Global Express, Cessna Citation Excel/XLS, Gulfstream GV/500-550 and the Challenger 300 series. Every year there are around 14000 departures and arrivals at London Luton Airport, totalling around 28000 movements. This high level of movement is no surprise with over 900 connections worldwide, 64 across the United Kingdom, 409 in Europe and 435 outside Europe. The most popular airport connections include Paris Le-Bourget, Geneva, Farnborough and Moscow Vnukovo.