Which Type of Airport Parking Should I Choose?

    Booking airport parking isn’t always as simple as it seems. One of the most important factors for getting a good deal is to make sure the car park you’re booking actually suits your needs.

    Booking a car park which doesn’t suit your needs could end up making the start of your holiday way more stressful than it needs to be. If you’re on a tight budget the last thing you want is to pay extra just to be closer to the airport. Or if your travelling with a family and heavy luggage you might need a service that’s more convenient and allows you pull up right outside the terminal.

    With this in mind, we’ve created a quick guide to each of the airport parking services we offer, as well as a quiz to help you decide which type of airport parking is best for you, so you can get your holiday off to the best possible start.

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    On-Airport Parking

    On-airport parking is a car park which is located on airport grounds.

    It’s usually a short walk to your terminal, so it famous for being quick, easy and convenient, and it represents a good middle ground in terms of price.

    Good for: passengers with lots of luggage, those short on time, business travellers.

    Read our complete guide to on-airport parking.

    Meet & Greet Parking

    Meet and greet parking is where you’re met at the terminal by a driver who then parks your car for you.

    This makes is the best kind of parking if you want complete convenience, and not have to worry about finding a space yourself, parking or catching a transfer bus. However the price can reflect this.

    Good for: business travellers, families, nervous drivers.

    Read our complete guide to meet and greet parking.

    Park & Ride

    A park and ride service is one where you park off airport grounds and catch a shuttle bus directly to your terminal.

    It adds a little time onto your parking experience, but transfer buses run regularly and its advantage lies with the low cost.

    Good for: bargain hunters, nervous drivers, people who want a simple experience.

    Read our complete guide to airport park and ride.