Increasing problems with congestion are being reported at Luton airport, and the airport is advising passengers to make sure they arrive with ample time to spare before their flight to avoid the risk of missing it.
The official recommendation is to arrive three hours before a long-haul flight, two hours before a European flight and 90 minutes before a domestic flight.
At the roundabout at the entrance to the airport, take the third exit and follow the signs for the Short Term car park. At the roundabout outside the terminal, take the last exit into the car park.
You should call Airparks on 07584 095985 when you are about 20 minutes from the airport. Your chauffeur will meet you in the Short Term car park outside the terminal. At the entrance barrier, you'll need to press the button and take a ticket. You will need to give this to your chauffeur so he or she can get out of the car park.
Your chauffeur will meet you at the meeting point just after the barrier, on the right. He or she will be wearing a uniform which says Stress-Free Parking on the front. Your chauffeur will check your car for damage, then you can just walk to check-in.
If you're running late or early, please let Airparks know as soon as possible.
Just give Airparks a call once you've collected your luggage. Your chauffeur will bring your car to the Short Term car park. Unfortunately, you will have to pay £3.80 to get out of the car park. So make sure you don't call until you're ready to pick it up.
Airparks Luton is protected by CCTV, entry and exit barriers, a fence and floodlighting, and is patrolled 24 hours a day. It holds the Park Mark, a national security award accredited by the police.
Airparks Meet and Greet is well suited to disabled customers as there are no transfers.