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Car Hire at Luton Airport, UK

Luton Airport is one of London’s main international airports, situated in the county of Bedfordshire, about 45kms North of London. The airport is the hub for several low-cost and charter airlines (Ryanair, Easyjet, Thomson, etc) which fly all over Europe, and it also serves many destinations within the UK. If you are flying into Luton Airport, arrange for a Luton airport car hire to get you on your way with the minimum of fuss. 

The airport is ideally placed for visitors to London or any of the popular tourist destinations North of London, such as Oxford, Cambridge and Stratford-on-Avon, and there are excellent road links to all parts of Britain.  It is always advisable to book your car rental from Luton airport in advance, and you can do that right here on our site.  You will find that all the major car-rental companies are represented and browsing our online listings will give you the opportunity to compare prices and ensure that you get the best deal on a car hire in Luton airport, UK.

Car rental at Luton Airport

Make your choice of a car hire from Luton airport model from one of the following well-known car rental companies represented at the airport; Budget Car Hire, National Car Rental, Alamo Car rental, Avis Car Hire or try one of the smaller companies such as Honk  or Easirent Car Hire for a cheap car hire at Luton Aiport, England.  All of these companies offer several models to choose from, starting from a budget economy or compact car to intermediate or full size rental cars;  and many of them also offer top-end luxury vehicles for when you just have to impress!  There are also larger vehicles for groups of up to 7 adults.

Exploring Britain in your Luton Airport car rental

If London is the focus of your trip to the UK, you can get there in your Luton airport rent a car quite easily using the M1 and M25.  The journey could take anything from 40min to 90min, depending on the time of day and traffic.  If you are planning to see the sights north of the city, here are a few recommendations:  St Albans, about half-way between Luton and London is a great historic town to visit, while Bedford itself is also well worth spending a few hours to discover. 

Then there are the major tourist attractions of Cambridge and Oxford – you need at least a whole day in each of these intriguing cities – before you move further afield.  If you would prefer not to have to retrace your steps to a base each day, arrange for a one-way drop-off for your Luton airport car rental.  This service is available at most of the UK airports, and makes it easy to drive yourself to your departure airport at the end of your trip.