Flypark is one of the longest established companies offering airport parking and hotels at 28 airports throughout the UK and Ireland and forgetting all the frills travellers simply want the following from their airport parking.
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We are often asked this question and we would always recommend you reserve your parking as early as possible to ensure you obtain the widest choice of car parks. Off airport car parks apart for winter months will always be full and you may be left with few alternates and the price will always rise with demand.
Airport Parking – On Airport
The most popular and best known way is to park at the airport and often referred to as on airport parking. You will have a choice of long stay close to the terminal you are flying from or short stay usually a multi-storey that should only ever be used for trips of less than a day. Another term is perimeter parking where the car is a little further way but still within the boundary line.
Airport Parking – Off Airport
These car parks are located outside of the airport and offer cheaper airport parking. Transfers are free but will take longer and at the larger airports may involve drop offs to more than one terminal.
Meet and Greet Parking
Is the most expensive way to park doing away with the need to be transferred to the airport. Simply drive to an agreed location usually outside or very near to departures where your car will be collected by a chauffeur and taken to a secure compound. Upon your return your car will be waiting for you near arrivals so that you can get on with your journey home.
A variation of this is the Return Greet which can be operated by either on or off car parks where you will transfer from the car park in the normal manner but be met at arrivals with your car so you can drive straight home.
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Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted are the busiest airports in the UK with Luton also serving the capital. There is a massive choice of airport parking available at all these airports and a price comparison will help with your selection.
South West and Wales Airports
Include the smaller regional airports of Bristol and Exeter and over the border Cardiff serving Wales. The choice of off airport car parks is fairly limited so if you are looking for cheaper parking, early booking is recommended.
Birmingham, East Midlands and Doncaster airports serve the centre of the country with Birmingham airport earmarked for expansion to take the load of the south east and to be connected to the high speed rail network.
Manchester is the fourth biggest airport in the UK and another airport that will be expanded with more direct flights. Other northern airports include Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Newcastle and the smaller Humber and Tees airport.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are the biggest airports with Prestwick and Aberdeen important geographically servicing more domestic traffic.