About Doncaster Sheffield (Robin Hood) Airport
Conveniently located southeast from Doncaster, Doncaster Sheffield Airport is easily accessible by road. If you are driving to the airport and need to park your car for the duration of your trip, there are quite a few options to choose from.
Depending on your needs and budget, you can either park at the official on-airport car park, or go the more cost-effective route and park with an independent car parking provider.
All on-airport car parks at Doncaster Sheffield Airport have been awarded the Park Mark Award; only some of the off-airport car parks have ParkMark, so always worth paying attention to when viewing the parking quote results.
Over the years the airport has had a few variations of names including Robin Hood and Doncaster Sheffield but in 2016, they officially changed their name from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield to just Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
Drop-off / Pick-up at Doncaster Sheffield Airport
You have 2 options; the first is the Express Drop Off area which is situated right outside the terminal. This will cost you £4 for 10 minutes so best for those quick goodbyes. Alternatively, you can use the Short Stay car park where the first 15 minutes are free, but you'll be a little further away. Prices know to be correct as of December 2020.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport Short Stay & Long Stay
Situated directly in front of the terminal building next to one another, they are both just a short walk away. You park your car, keep your car keys and off you go!
Off-Airport Parking at Doncaster Sheffield Airport
An array of independent car parking providers offer off-airport parking services, such as Doncaster Blue Sky Park and Ride, or Platinum Meet and Greet Doncaster.
Doncaster City Guide
Situated in the north of England, close to two major UK motorways, Doncaster is in an excellent location from which visitors can access the rest of the UK. For those wishing to explore this impressive town, there is much to see: easy on the eye, Doncaster has won Yorkshire in Bloom two years running, and is home to a number of impressive Georgian houses and mansions due to its rich history as a hub for stagecoach making. As well as visiting some of these splendid examples of old architecture, why not take in a few museums as well? There's plenty to choose from. Doncaster is not just a historic town - trendy and cosmopolitan individuals will enjoy a stay here too: with its large number of cinemas, excellent shopping centres, a variety of cuisines and a famed nightlife; Doncaster truly has something for everyone, twenty-four hours a day.