10 Luton Airport survival tips

Airports are the bane of the busy traveler’s life. But if you’re committed to exploring the wonderful world that we live in, they can’t really be avoided. So for those of you flying from Luton, here are 10 amazing airport survival tips.

1. Security fast track

If there’s one part of the airport experience that people hate, it’s security. However, if you pay for security fast-track, you’ll be able to speed through to the departure lounge. You can book fast track security on the official airport website.

2. Print your boarding pass

The option to download your boarding pass and other travel docs to your phone are fantastic. But you never know when your tech might start playing up, so printing your boarding pass ensures that you have a backup to hand.

3. Fly early or late

If you’re someone who hates crowds and queues, your best bet is to book an early-morning or late night-flight. These flights are less popular, so the airport should be quieter and calmer.

4. Early morning flight


If it’s not just airport crowds that send your head into a spin, but also the thought of delays and uncomfortable flights, you should definitely opt for an early morning flight (before 8 am). According to Travel and Leisure, these flights are less likely to be delayed, and you’re unlikely to experience turbulence.

5. Set a boarding alarm

With fantastic shops, excellent restaurants, and luxury lounges, it’s easy to lose track of time at Luton Airport. It’s therefore worth setting the alarm on your phone to remind you when you, it’s time to head to your gate.

6. Place travel docs within easy reach

Keep your travel documents together in an easily accessible zip compartment or plastic wallet helps ensure that you avoid being that irritating person who holds up the whole queue – and that mini heart attack moment when you can’t initially locate them.

  7. Track your luggage

With a tracker packed inside your suitcase, you’ll be able to locate your luggage if it gets lost. One of the best trackers to get is the GEGO, which has impressive 15-day battery life.

8. Charge your phone at the airport

You can never be completely sure when you’ll next have access to an electricity supply, so be sure to make use of charging facilities at the airport.

9. Book priority parking

Priority parking guarantees you a space that’s close to the terminal. And if that isn’t convenient enough, a highly trained member of staff will park your car for you when you arrive.

 10. Pre-book parking

If you’re worried about pricey airport parking charges, you can cut down the cost by pre-booking on an airport comparison site. For example, you can find Luton Airport parking at – it has excellent early bird deals.

Follow these ten tip-top tips, and you’ll be perfectly placed for a smooth sailing experience next time you fly from Luton.

What are your favorite airport survival tips? Please share them in the comments section.