Question : When flying into London, is London Luton Airport your cheapest option?
Answer : London Luton Airport is a great airport, but there is a cheaper option – Stansted Airport. It’s just 27 miles away and flights are being booked 15% cheaper over the coming two months.
Question : When traveling to London from Amsterdam, how long will you be in the air?
Answer : When flying from AMS to LTN, it will take one hour and four minutes on average.
Question : What is the quickest flight from AMS to LTN?
Answer : If you're able to take the quickest direct flight (which is offered by Vueling), you will be able to leave AMS at 7:15 PM CEST and get to LTN at 7:10 PM BST (55 minutes). Remember, there is a time change of one hour.
Question : Do prices fluctuate more for this route than others?
Answer : Flight prices are fluctuating a lot less for this route than most routes from the Netherlands, as they're ranging from $113 to $152. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.
Question : Interested in traveling in the next 30 days and want to get the lowest fare?
Answer : Jul 30th has seen bookings (as of Jul 24th) as cheap as $113. That comes in 10% below the average price for this route. Saving now means you'll have more cash to spend on your trip.
Question : Which airline can you expect delays with on this route?
Answer : If you decide to book your flight with easyJet, keep an eye on your departure time. 35% of flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) to London Luton Airport (LTN) are delayed.
Question : If punctuality is required for you to book a flight, which airline is your best bet?
Answer : Vueling holds the best record for flights from AMS to LTN with an 85% on-time rate. If they are late for some reason though, the average delay is 19 minutes.