Norwich Official Short Stay

Book now from £91 for 7 days parking.


- Take the A140 and at the roundabout leave at the first exit signposted Norwich Airport.

- Continue on to the traffic lights and turn left into Amsterdam Way.

- Continue straight over the roundabout and you will find Short Stay car park on your right.

Arrival procedure

- Drive up to the barrier which will automatically open. If it does not, press the intercom to speak to a member of staff. Find a space and park your car.

- This car park is a self-park facility where you park your own vehicle and retain your keys.

Return procedure

Once you've collected your luggage walk back to your car and drive to the barrier which will rise automatically allowing you to drive home.


CCTV cameras, regular patrols by staff and security fencing around the perimeter fence of the car park. This car park has the Park Mark Award.

Additional information

- If you park for longer than you've booked you'll be charged the car park's standard rate of £15 per day. This is subject to change.

- Trailers are not permitted.

Short Stay Premium

Book this car park to get a guaranteed Premium car parking space nearer the airport entrance.

Short Stay Premium with Fast Track

Don't queue for security! A fast track pass is included with this car park so you will be able to access the fast lane through security saving you time and hassle.

Norwich Official Short Stay reviews

Our average review score for Norwich Official Short Stay is 3 from 2 reviews.
david parish

very expensive,coupled with the highway robbery of the "norwich airport £10 development charge"to get on your plane, it has certainly taught my wife, who booked the trip a lesson in economics ! in fact !!!
August 7, 2013

Mary Pandya

I used the car park when visiting my daughter in Amsterdam, it was totally hassle-free. When I parked in the short-stay car park I collected a ticket which I showed at the NCP desk in the Airport when I returned, and they checked that I had prepaid and gave me another ticket so that I could leave the car park
July 24, 2013