Some 22.8 million people pass through Stansted Airport every year, making it the third busiest airport in the UK. Here at easyBus, we offer two convenient ways to get to Stansted and both journeys are direct, meaning you won’t have to make any annoying stops along the way. You can simply sit back, relax and enjoy your journey to the airport.

Here’s how you can get to Stansted Airport cheaply and easily.

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From Baker Street

The Baker Street pick-up point, in London’s West End, is nice and easy to get to, as it is close to both Baker Street Underground and Marylebone Railway station. Moreover, Baker Street Underground station also benefits from connections to the Bakerloo, Circle, Metropolitan, Jubilee and Hammersmith and City lines. No matter where you’re coming from, you should be able to get to this pick-up point fairly easily.

To find the pick-up point from the station, simply take the Marylebone exit when leaving, and then turn right. Keep walking until you pass Glenworth Street and reach a crossroad. The bus stop you want, which is 19, is outside the Allsop Arms pub, which will be directly in front of you on the opposite side of the road.

Our service from London operates from 3am to 11pm, seven days a week (except Christmas Day), with a bus arriving every 15 minutes.

From Old Street

The pick-up point at Old Street, located in the inner city of Central London, is incredibly simple to reach, thanks to Old Street’s connections to the Northern line and National Rail services. The pick-up point itself couldn’t be closer to the station, so no need to worry about dragging your suitcases all over London. The journey itself only takes an hour – enough time to watch a couple of episodes of ‘The Simpsons’ or plan the first few days of your holiday.

If you’re trying to reach the pick-up point from the station, take the exit at subway four and turn left onto Old Street. You’ll see that bus stop F, which is for pick-ups, is right in front of you.

It’s worth remembering that because our services are frequent, it is sometimes possible to travel on a bus up to 60 minutes either side of your allotted time. This can come in handy if your flight is running late or arrives early. However we can only guarantee you a seat on the bus you booked, and you will only be given a seat on another bus is there are enough spare.

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