Let's dive into improving your parking habits and avoid large fees or fines. We've got whatever airport parking advice you need, from tips on booking in advance to how to park correctly when you get to the airport... we've got you covered!
If you are going away for more than a day or two, it is usually the most cost effective option to book long stay parking, especially if you book in advance. However, have you considered booking off-airport parking? Many people first think of the cowboy operators who have hit the headlines for parking your car in a field, but this is just not the case for most of the providers. Read More
We thought it might be quite nice to introduce you to one of our longest serving parking providers; APH!
We’ve been working with APH since 2003 – they were in fact our very first provider! So not only has Airport Parking Shop turned 12, our partnership has also turned 12, time flies! In case you missed it, we also attended the Henley Travel Industry Day with them back in the Summer. Read More
We know that when it comes to parking at the airport, most people pre-book their parking, want it to be cost-effective, are concerned about the location of the car park, and that most people pick Long Stay parking as their parking option of choice.
Long stay parking may seem the savvy choice – you’re going away for more than a few days and you’re willing to put up with a transfer to the airport. In most cases, the Official Long Stay car park may be more reasonable than Short Stay parking or Meet and Greet and therefore it all makes sense… or so you think! Read More
Call us biased, but yes, in the grand scheme of things, it is cheaper to pre book your airport parking and we’ll show you why.
Don’t just take our word for it, there’s plenty to back up our claim. From the infographics below, you’ll see that pre booking your parking can save you up to a whopping 74% on the drive up cost for short stay parking.
We’d just like to point out though, some of this data was collated prior to lockdown restrictions, so do check back when travel bans are lifted again as this will significantly change the prices, we’re sure. We’re already seeing weekly, if not daily, fluctuations as Government guidance changes.
Coping with the hassle of airports is always stressful, but spare a thought for the millions of travellers with disabilities and special needs who find the whole experience even more of a headache.
Airports and airlines have become increasingly clued-up with regards to helping once you are in the terminal, but what about parking? Will there be anyone to help, and what needs to be done ahead of arrival to make sure it all works smoothly?