Flights from Exeter to Luton cover the 156 miles long journey with our travel partners like Flybe. There are direct flight services available. Travellers depart most frequently from Exeter International Airport and arrive in London Heathrow Airport.
At present, no planes fly direct from the cathedral city of Exeter in Devon to the town of Luton in Bedfordshire. However, there is a daily flight to London City Airport which takes just over an hour. The remaining distance can then be covered by train or bus or a combination of the two. Given the need to change between modes of transport, travelling lightly is recommended.
Flybe is the main operator of flights between these two destinations. Air France and Alitalia are possible alternatives but both involve long layovers.
Flying between Exeter and Luton takes about 70 minutes. However, there are no direct flights, so travellers should allow time to finish the journey by other means.
Monday to Saturday, there's a single daily flight from Exeter to Luton leaving around breakfast time (between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.). On Sunday the flight switches to the mid-afternoon. In addition, there are usually 10 or so other potential connecting flights each day, but these all take a great deal longer and involve the inconvenience of multiple changes.
Departure airport: Exeter International Airport is 5 miles from the city centre, 3 miles from Cranbrook railway station and just off the M5 motorway, making it easily accessible by rail and road. Fast track security is available to passengers who pre-order a voucher, and there's also a restaurant, WH Smith, and a cafe serving fresh sandwiches and snacks. VIP facilities include a conference room for groups and an executive lounge. The 56 Stagecoach bus shuttles regularly between the airport and the city centre.
Arrival airport: Considering its relatively small size, London City Airport offers an impressively wide selection of bars, cafes and restaurants to pass the time pleasantly. It also has a beauty lounge, pharmacy and places selling jewellery, watches and other luxury goods, plus free Wi-Fi with no time limit. The airport is 33 miles from Luton. To get there, passengers should connect to the tube via the Docklands Light Railway, then either head to St Pancras for a train connection or to Victoria for a coach.
Omio travellers most frequently book a flight from Exeter International Airport to London Heathrow Airport for this route.
Passengers board their flight most frequently from Exeter International Airport, which is located around 5.4 miles (8.7 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the plane at London Heathrow Airport, located 28.3 miles (45.6 km) away from the city centre. You can check for taxi services, public transportation options or airport shuttle services available from London Heathrow Airport to take you to the city centre of Luton.
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