Liverpool Airport Parking – Premium Parking

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Airport Parking at Liverpool

Liverpool Airport Premium Car Park

has its own dedicated entrance to the terminal avoiding all other traffic from other car parks and is specially reserved for pre-booked customers.


As the car park is a 30 second walk into the terminal so there is no need for a transfer

Reasons To Use

The Premium car park is exclusive to pre-booked customers giving you a traffic free entrance into the airport. Just park your car and walk straight to the terminal.



This car park is manned 24 hrs and has CCTV and security fencing and as a result has been awarded  Park Mark status.

Arrival Procedure

The car park operates an (ANPR) system so your number plate will be recognised as you drive up to the barrier. Take a ticket and proceed to park your car. Customers are advised to bring their booking confirmation with them just in case there is a problem.

Departure Procedures

Upon your return to the airport, proceed to your car and drive to the exit barrier which will rise automatically, allowing you to exit the Premium Car Park.

If the barrier does not automatically rise for you, please press the intercom on the ticket machine (telephone icon) and speak to the operator.

Address and Directions

Liverpool Airport
L24 1YD

Follow main directions to the airport. From Speke Hall Avenue, turn left along Dunlop Road, which in turn becomes Hale Road, following signs to ‘RVP & Premium Parking.’ After half a mile, turn right following signs for ‘RVP & Premium Parking’ and then follow the black signs for Premium Parking.

Disabled Facilities

There are clearly signed disabled parking spaces within the Premium Car Park that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The car park is located 30 metres from the terminal building.