Luton Terminal Car Park 1 (formerly Multi Storey)

Book now from £131 for 7 days parking.


If you're using Sat Nav, use the postcode LU2 9QT.

From the east/A1: Go via the A505 dual carriageway through Hitchin and follow the signs to the airport.

From the M40/M25/M1: Join the M1 and exit at Junction 10.

Then follow signs to the airport. Once you are on the airport grounds the Terminal Car Park 1 will be signposted.

Arrival procedure

On arrival, follow the signs for the Terminal Car Park 1. When you arrive at the car park, your car will be identified by the number plate recognition system so that you can enter through the barriers. You'll be issued with a ticket from the machine. Please keep it safe as you'll need it to be able to get out of the car park. Pass through the security barriers and find a space. Your car will stay there while you're away as you keep your keys. Then walk to the terminal building across the link bridge, which shouldn't take longer than 5 minutes.

Return procedure

On your return, after you land walk back to the car park across the bridge and pick up your car. Make your way to the exit barrier, insert the ticket into the machine and the barrier will lift automatically to let you out.

If there are any issues, please press the intercom button for assistance and have your booking reference to hand, so one of the team will be able to help you.


The car park has entry and exit barriers and CCTV.

Disabled facilities

There are designated parking bays on levels, which work on a first come first served basis. You just need a copy of your Blue Badge visible in the car. There are lifts to ground floor level.

Additional information

You park your car and keep your keys.

Most standard cars will be accepted at the car park as long as they fit under the 2.1m entry barrier and fit in a standard-size parking bay (2.4m x 4.8m).

If you're using Sat Nav, use the postcode LU2 9QT.

If you are delayed collecting your car, you will be charged the car parks daily rate, which is £64 per day (subject to change).

Please know that due to the ongoing redevelopment works at Luton Airport, travel around the airport may take longer than normal. We recommend you allow an extra hour to get to the airport, particularly at peak times. Peak travel times for Luton airport are all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday and between 4am and 9am, 1pm and 3pm and 5pm and 7pm on other days.

If you have an electric car, there are 5 Tesla charge points and 5 type 2 tethered points, which are free for customers to use. However, please note that vehicles cannot be charged while you are away.

Previously knows as

Luton Short Term Premium Parking (Multi Storey)

Luton Terminal Car Park 1 (formerly Multi Storey) reviews

Our average review score for Luton Terminal Car Park 1 (formerly Multi Storey) is 3 from 4 reviews.
Steve James

I waited years for Luton to get itself a decent car park. When it finally did, why did they decide to make it the most expensive in the country? Dearer than the international hub of Heathrow for a short-haul regional, budget airport! It is marketed as having "direct access to the terminal" It does not, it has direct access to the bus stops outside the terminal and if it's raining you'll get soaked. Please also remember to take a pair of binoculars with you as you will need them to negotiate your way out of the car park with it's minuscule signs. Oh yes, and the bays aren't numbered either because that would make it much easier to find your car. Let the council run an airport, this is what you get.
August 1, 2018

Gary Brims

I pre-paid for 4 days parking working out at £2.45 per hour. My flight was delayed for 5 hours and I was charged £55 extra (5 times what I paid). No apology, no refund offered. I paid over half my total parking in over payment charges. £165 to park for 4 days in the end - disgraceful service.,
June 2, 2018

Satya Bhattacharya

Everything worked well. No complaints at all and will be happy to use this again.
April 16, 2018

L Brayam

Excellent - easy to park - easy to get to the terminal - worth every penny.
February 26, 2018