Cardiff Airport parking

We compare parking at 5 Cardiff Airport car parks.

The best selection of Cardiff Airport parking deals starting from £6.32 per day or £23.66 per week.

No need to pay more than you have to for Cardiff Airport parking. Find and compare Cardiff on-airport and off-airport parking deals on Airport Parking Shop and pre-book to save up to 60% off gate price.


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Car Park Transfer Time Reviews Price*
Cardiff Airparks Services - CLOSED 5 min
(19 reviews)
Cardiff Airport Long Stay 1 5 min
(449 reviews)
£ 46.76
Cardiff Airport Long Stay 2 5 min
(18 reviews)
£ 39.79
Cardiff Airport Short Stay On Airport
(1 reviews)
£ 62.62
Cardiff Highwayman Security Park 5 min
(534 reviews)
£ 30.46
* This is an average weekly booking price calculated over the past 7 days.

Customer Reviews and Ratings

Cardiff Airport car parks scored an average of 4.25 out of 5 stars based on 1027 customer reviews.

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There is both off airport and on airport parking available at Cardiff.

Cardiff Airport has two on airport Long Stay car parks (Long Stay 1 and Long Stay 2) situated close to the terminal building, only requiring a 5 minute transfer. In addition, the Highwayman Security Park offers an off airport parking alternative.

We compare prices from these 8 Cardiff Airport parking brokers

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Did you know booking your parking in advance can save you up to 60% off of the drive up price? We compare prices for both on airport and off airport car parks, available from 5 parking providers. The links above will give you full information about the Cardiff Airport car parks that are on offer.


Cardiff City Guide

Cardiff is Europe's youngest capital city, achieving its status in 1955, and although it has developed into one of the most vibrant cities it has not lost its small town aspects. Over the last decade, the capital of Wales has undergone many cosmetic changes to its infrastructure, but is still very compact for a city. Though considerably quieter than London it attracts large numbers of visitors, who come for the shopping, nightlife, peaceful parks and the modern delights of the city centre and bay development.

With gothic castles and cathedrals, Victorian parks and arcades, the Welsh capital is an exciting place. The National Museum of Wales offers impressive exhibits of Welsh history and cultural development, and the famous Cardiff Bay and the ultra-modern Millennium Stadium add to its charm. After dark, the streets reverberate with theatres, pubs and clubs.


Cardiff Airport

A key airport serving Wales area, Cardiff Airport has over 1 million passengers annually, with an impressive list over 50 direct destinations. The airport became a commercial airport in the 1950s, with the first flight - direct to Dublin - handled by Aer Lingus.

More flights to Ireland and France followed; an increased demand meant a new terminal was a welcome addition.

Airlines currently operating from Cardiff Airport include Aer Lingus, Air Malta, Eastern Airways, Flybe, Fly Thomas Cook, KLM and a few others.

If Cardiff Airport is your local airport, this Cardiff Airport Guide might be a useful source of information. It covers airport facilities, maps, hotels, taxi and transfer information, as well as shopping and entertainment available at the airport.

Map of car parks close to Cardiff Airport