Luton Mid Term Parking


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£ 28.64
last 7 days

This car park is on-site but it is nevertheless necessary to take a shuttle bus for the 5 minute journey. Buses run every 10 minutes, day and night and are wheelchair-accessible. The car park offers various special deals including Same-Day Offers and Non-Flexible packages. Various features make the car park secure including barriers, regular patrols, night-time lighting and perimeter fencing.

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Directions

Leave the M1 at junction 10 and take the A1081 Airport Way. At the Kidney Wood roundabout take the second exit, which is still Airport Way. Take the third exit at the next roundabout, staying on Airport Way. When you get to the airport, go straight on at the mini roundabout, then turn right into the car park.

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Arrival procedure

Please check your booking confirmation for details.

Drive up to the barrier and press the button for a ticket. The machine will print a ticket with your registration number and booking reference on. Then just drive in and park.

You should bring a copy of your booking confirmation with you.

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Departure procedure

Please check your booking confirmation for details.

Catch the transfer bus back to the car park, drive to the barrier, put your ticket in the slot and the barrier will lift. If it doesn't, you'll just need to press the intercom so you can speak to a member of staff.

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Security

The car park is protected by entry and exit barriers, regular patrols, a high fence and lighting at night.

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EXTRAS

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Disabled facilities

The transfer buses are wheelchair-accessible.

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Additional information

Please arrive at the car park at least 30 minutes before your earliest recommended check-in time. Please allow additional time during peak hours.

There are no height restrictions, but the car park cannot accept large vehicles, for example lorries.

If you have been away for longer than you have booked, you will need to pay the difference at the barrier. If you're away for less time than you booked, unfortunately we can't give you a refund.

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Non-flexible package

This package cannot be changed or cancelled once booked.

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Same-day offer

Because this is a special low-price package, once you've made your booking, you can't change it, and you won't be able to get a refund if you need to cancel.

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Easter special offer

Book before April 14 to take advantage of our special offer on this convenient car park five minutes from the terminal.

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Address

Luton Mid Term Parking
London Luton Airport
Luton
Bedfordshire
LU2 9QT

Distance to airport

On Airport.

Transfers from airport

The transfer bus to and from the terminal runs every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, and takes just five minutes.

Luton Mid Term Parking reviews

Our average review score for Luton Mid Term Parking is 3.8 from 560 reviews.
5

"Very good experience. Close and convenient. Bus service to and from terminal frequent. The changes and improvements are starting to show now and it will be a huge improvement when all completed."

May 7, 2017
5

"Worked like clockwork with barriers for entry and exit."

May 6, 2017
4

"great that the car park is so close to the airport and the vehicle reg recognition so you can just drive in thank you !"

February 22, 2017
4

"The Mid Term car park was easy to get to (with just the current road works complicating its entrance). Access was easy having pre-booked and the personalised card received was reassuring. Parking was easy and convenient for the bus stop. It did not then take long to reach the terminal. On our return the bus stop near the terminal was easy to reach and it did not take long to reach our car and to exit (a car in front at the exit gate could not get the barrier to lift and the backwards manoeuvring of several cars was difficult and a nuisance - an easier 'escape route' for a vehicle which is unable to exit would have been beneficial)."

January 16, 2017
4

"Signs to the actual mid-term parking were somewhat lacking and didn't see the 'green' signs we were meant to follow."

December 26, 2016