Heavy snow causes disruption at Luton airport
Heavy snowfall at London Luton has disrupted services at Luton airport. Flights are subject to delay and cancellation due to the wintery condition making it unsafe to fly.
Check-in has been suspended and flights are not anticipated to resume until 10.30am. Anyone travelling to the airport should check public transport and road conditions.
For safety reasons police have closed most of the roads in the surrounding area. Airparks buses are unable to get to the airport. If you are waiting at the airport for a bus back to Airparks, the buses will arrive as soon as the roads have been cleared.
If you have booked your parking at Luton Airparks and are at the airport we advise passengers to park at an on-site car park. You can claim the extra cost from your travel insurance.
Before travelling to Luton airport today we advise you to contact your airline on the following phone numbers:
Aer Arann - 0870 876 76 76
easyJet - 0905 821 0905
Flybe + 44 (0)1392 268529
Monarch +44 (0) 8700 405 040
Ryanair +44 (0) 8712 460 000
Sky Europe + 42 12 4850 4850
Thomson Airways +44 (0) 870 607 6757
transavia.com +44 (0) 906 6800065
Wizz Air + 48 22 351 9499
If you travelling to Luton in the next few days, book a Luton airport hotel and keep out of the cold weather before you fly.
Prices start from £58 for a double room.
Please note: Bookings are subject to availability and prices change. This price was valid for a search in February 2009.
Published by: Kelly Pentland
Published on: February 6, 2009
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