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!
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?
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Back in Autumn 2011 an automatic pod transport system was revealed at Heathrow Terminal 5, designed by Ultra Global and allowing 800 passengers a day to travel stress-free between the T5 Business Car Park and the terminal. We say stress-free, how about adrenaline-filled and state-of-the-art-amazing?! Read More
IIt is unlikely that you will incur a parking fine when using a long-term airport car park, provided you have given the correct information when booking. These car parks charge per 24-hour period, so it is unlikely, even if your flight is delayed, that you will have overstayed your welcome.
IIn extenuating circumstances, such as the case of the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud a couple of years ago, which meant many passengers returned days late from their holiday, a common-sense approach was adopted by the vast majority of car park operators
Are you going to be leaving your car parked for a long period of time? If so, we have come up with a few useful tips to help you! This way, leaving your car parked should be less of a hassle as you’ll feel more prepared and ready. Not to mention, you’ll have a stress-free holiday!
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