Big savings – Save up to
60% on airport gate prices
We aim to offer you
the best price guaranteed
Peace of mind with
safe and secure parking
Simple and easy process
with hassle free transfers
Established 1989 – Over 30
years of industry experience
On your arrival at Click Park, proceed to park your car, produce your booking confirmation at reception where you will be given a reciept, then catch the transfer bus to Heathrow airport
Reasons To Use Click Park
Fast transfer included in the price situated less than 1 mile from the airport, all at incredible price
Transfer buses are located outside the terminal on the upper forecourt. Check the bus information panel for details of bus stop number. Please tell the driver where you have parked e.g. Zone one, bus stop three. Out of hours use phone at bus stop. On exit, present your entry ticket at the customer service office located near the exit and quote your booking reference number.
Car Park Information
Click Park features excellent security in the form of CCTV, security fences and barriers, lighting and regular patrols carried out by competent staff.
If you or part of your party is disable and requires assistance please contact the car park in advance to make arrangements.
Maximum Car Size
Trailers and Motor homes are not permitted
Parking is at owners own risk and subject to the terms and conditions of Park 1.
Other Useful Information
Additional days parking will be charged at the car parks gate rate, the gate rate price changes throughout the year.
Address and Directions
From the M25:
Leave the motorway at junction 14, follow signs for Heathrow terminal 4, take the first exit at the motorway roundabout onto the A3113 Airport Way. At the first roundabout, go straight onto the Southern Perimeter Road, then straight on at the next roundabout and straight again through the next three sets of lights.
At the Beacon Road roundabout, take the third exit onto Beacon Road, then the fifth exit onto Sanctuary Road, signposted quarantine station. The entrance to Click Park is the first left, opposite Heathrow Animal Reception Centre.