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Exit the M56 at Junction 5. Keep to the left and take the first exit signposted Terminal 2. At the end of the slip road, join the roundabout and take the first exit. Carry on until you reach a set of traffic lights. At the traffic lights follow the signs for Cheadle B5166, through two more sets of traffic lights and then take the next left on to Shadowmoss Road. The entrance to Jet Parks Ringway will be 100 yards on your right.
On arrival at the car park, please drive up to the barrier. Your vehicle will be recognised by the cameras. Please take the token that is issued and proceed into the car park to find a space.
If there are any problems, press the intercom for assistance and quote your reference number. Please do not press the green flashing button as this is for customers who've not booked.
On return, please drive to the exit - and the barrier will lift automatically once your vehicle has been recognised.
If you've stayed longer than you booked for, you'll be prompted to make payment using the chip and pin device. If you encounter any problems, press the intercom for help.
The car park has 24-hour CCTV cameras and patrols as well as barriers. Well lit parking for arrivals during hours of darkness. The car park holds the Park Mark, Safer Parking Award.
There are spaces for blue badge holders and all buses are DDA compliant.
Official airport car park. It operates Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), for simple entry and exit newly built self-park car park with a bus service operating (to all three terminals).
The car park doesn't accept trailers.
Please note that the construction of the new Metrolink from Manchester city centre to the airport is under way. There will be roadworks and an increased likelihood of traffic in the area until 2016, so we recommend that you leave extra time to get to the airport.
Distance to airport
The car park is located 7 to 13 minutes from the airport.
Transfers from airport
Transfers run 24 hours a day, every 15 minutes and take between 7 and 13 minutes.