London Luton Airport is well located just off the main M1 motorway to the north of London, with good access via Airport Way and Junction 10 of the motorway. The airport is also within easy reach of the M25 ring road.
From the north: take the M1 motorway south on a heading for London and exit onto the M1 (northeast) at Junction 10. The M1 merges with Airport way (A1081) before becoming the A505, which leads to Luton Airport.
From the south: whether you are coming from the west, the east or the south of London from a southerly direction, take the M25 ring road and join with the M1 north. Continue north along the M1 motorway and exit at Junction 10 (northeast) onto the M1. From here you can join with Airport way, which leads directly to London Luton Airport. If coming are coming from within Central London, the North Circular Road joins with the M1 at its origin to the northwest of the city centre.
From the east: take the M25 ring road west and exit onto the M1 (north) at Junction 21. Continue north along the M1 for approximately 12 miles before exiting at Junction 10 on a heading for Luton Airport via the M1 and Airport way.
From the west: the M4 and M40 motorways approach London from the west of England and join with the M25 ring road. Head north and northeast (clockwise) on the M25 and exit at Junction 21 onto the M1 (north). Drive north until you reach Junction 10 for Luton Airport.