Stansted Official Mid Stay

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£ 14.63
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This official on-site airport car park is a 5 minute drive from the terminal building and shuttle buses run every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day. Automatic Number Plate Recognition is in operation so it is essential that the car you arrive in is the car you booked. Any changes should be notified before arrival. The car park has the coveted Park Mark award for full peace of mind. Transit vans are prohibited from parking.

Departure information

Address:

Stansted Airport
Off Bassingbourn Roundabout
Thremhall Avenue
Essex
CM24 1PZ

Directions information

Directions

Leave the M11 at junction 8 if you're travelling from the north and junction 8a if you're coming from the south. At the roundabout, you'll need to take the fourth exit if you're coming from the south, and the first if you're coming from the north, onto the A120 Thremhall Avenue. Take the third exit at the next roundabout. You should then drive down the slip road to the airport. You'll come to yet another roundabout, where you'll need to take the third exit. Shortly after, you'll come to the final roundabout and you'll need to take the first exit. After a short while, you should see the car park on your left.

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Transfer from airport

Transfers run 24 hours a day, every 10 minutes and the journey takes just 4-5 minutes.

Arrival procedure information

Arrival procedure

On arrival, please pull up to the car park’s barrier. It will read your number plate and open for you. If you have any problems, please press the button to talk to the car park’s team, but make sure you don’t push the button to take a ticket as you will be charged again for your parking.

Please try to get to the car park at least half an hour before your flight to make sure you have enough time.

When you’re ready, catch the transfer bus to the terminal.

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Departure procedure

On your return, please catch the bus back to the car park from where it dropped you off. If you tell the driver where you parked, he will try to drop you off nearby.

Once you've collected your car, drive to the barrier and it will open to let you out. If the barrier doesn’t open, press the button to speak to someone at the car park.

Security information

Security

The car park is fully covered by CCTV, including the entrance, and is patrolled 24 hours a day. It has also been awarded the Park Mark, a national security award accredited by the Association of Chief Police Officers.

EXTRAS information

EXTRAS

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Disabled facilities

The car park has disabled toilets and disabled parking bays. Transfer buses have low floors.

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Additional information

If you need any extra days' parking, the car park will charge you for the extra days at its normal rate. If you don't use all your parking, unfortunately we can't give you a refund for the unused days. Days are counted not from midnight to midnight but from the time you arrive at the car park.

You will need to give the car park your car registration number either when you book, or some time before you go. If you change the car you're going to be travelling in, you need to give them the new details.

Transit-type vans are not allowed while trailers are permitted at no extra charge.

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Mid Stay Saver

If you choose Mid Stay Saver from the options available, your booking cannot be amended or cancelled.

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Mid Stay with Security Fast Track

If you choose Mid Stay with Security Fast Track from the options available, your booking will include a VIP Fast Track pass through airport security for up to 5 people.

Once you've checked in, please proceed to the Security Fast Track and present the 'Fast Track' voucher on the bottom of the booking confirmation.

Please note that the Security Fast Track element of this product is only valid for a maximum of 5 passengers.

Distance to airport

On airport.

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Stansted Official Mid Stay reviews

Our average review score for Stansted Official Mid Stay is 4 from 683 reviews.
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Don’t believe the pricing! Very deceiving. It is £2 for 2hrs (you would do well to get to terminal and back in the one hour “free”!).. then it jumps to £26 for 2hrs 1minute. The “Free Set Down is at the end of the bus route. So you are lucky if there is any space left on the buses when they get to you. A cynic would say to ensure maximum income!

September 2, 2018
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Perhaps a little more clarity re remembering your Zone/Bus Stop number when first dropping car - otherwise an excellent service AND good value: thank you.

August 25, 2018
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Bus took ages, bus driver was terrible, did not know how to drive property, gas and break use was horrendous! Families almost falling over, most zones were full, barrier would not open after we prepaid, too much of a risky service to use, had much easier experience with the private firms used in the past

August 18, 2018
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I was returning to my car last night 050818 at 19:30 approx. to the midterm by the overcrowded shuttle bus. I’d parked in zone M1 last Monday as directed the signs. When I asked the bus driver if he could drop me and my family (2yrd old) there he refused. Then started to rant at me that I shouldn’t have parked there and he doesn’t cover these areas. So we had to get off the bus in a different zone and walk till we reached our parking space with all the bags, pram etc... I’m very unhappy at the way this man spoke to me as we were clearly in the right, as we had followed the signs. And what authority does he have refusing to drop me off at the zone.???? Clearly you have not offered the full shuttle service and would like to know what airport parking will do about this ???

August 6, 2018
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excellent service, bus was there ready when I returned so no hanging about.

July 17, 2018