Heathrow Airport Parking
Parking at Heathrow Airport
Heathrow airport is a large international airport in London. It is the second busiest airport in the world, handling 80.1 million passengers in 2018.
There are five terminals at Heathrow airport. The newest terminal is terminal 2, known as the Queen’s Terminal. It is built on the same site as the original terminal 2, which was opened in 1955. Different airlines operate from different terminals. For example, British Airways operates from terminal 5 and Virgin Atlantic operates from terminal 3.
There is a wide range of shops at Heathrow airport. You can buy luxury goods, fine fragrances, the latest technology, and glamorous gifts.
There are also plenty of places to eat and drink. For a quick coffee, stop off at Caffe Nero, or for a delicious meal, try Gordon Ramsey Plane Food. If you’re in a rush for your flight, you can even grab a three-course picnic to take on board with you.
There are several options for Heathrow airport parking. These include hotel and parking at Heathrow airport. If you are booking an airport hotel, then it is worth checking out deals that include parking.
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Heathrow Airport Parking Statistics
4.9 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Heathrow Airport
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Getting to the Airport
There is an extensive bus network that operates around Heathrow airport, with frequent services to destinations in West London and the Thames Valley.
A number of coach operators, including National Express and Megabus, offer services from Heathrow airport to over 500 destinations.
The quickest way to travel between Heathrow airport and central London is by train. The Heathrow Express is a non-stop express train that takes just 15 minutes between Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3, and London Paddington. It takes only 6 minutes more to travel to Terminal 5.
TfL Rail services are also available. These depart from Heathrow airport every 30 minutes and call at local stations in west London. Journey times take between 31 to 49 minutes to reach London Paddington.
Heathrow airport is 15 miles west of central London. It is easily accessible from the M4 and M25 motorways. Terminals 2 and 3 are close together at the airport site. Terminal 4 is in the southern part of the airport site, and Terminal 5 is on the western perimeter road.
Heathrow airport can be reached by bicycle via a network of cycle paths. Bicycles can be parked in racks at the Heathrow Cycle Hub. Free local buses operate from the cycle hub to the terminals.
It is important to be aware that the Blue Badge scheme does not operate on roads around Heathrow airport. This is for security reasons. Any unattended cars are liable to be towed away by the police.
There is clearly signed Blue Badge parking available in all Short Stay car parks, which are close to the terminal access routes. There are also Blue Badge spaces in the Business and Long Stay car parks close to bus stops or admin offices. It is recommended that you contact the appropriate car park in advance to arrange suitable arrangements for transfer to the terminals if needed.
There are a number of charging points available for electric vehicles in the area around Heathrow airport and in the airport car parks. They are available to all owners of electric vehicles parking at the airport.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government’s Go Ultra Low website.
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Can you park at Heathrow airport?
There are a number of options for parking at Heathrow airport. There are several car parks. Some are long stay, and some are short stay. If you’re booking an airport hotel, many hotels also offer deals on parking. Why not book in advance with YourParkingSpace to ensure that an affordable and convenient parking space is waiting for you when you arrive?
How much is parking at Heathrow?
Parking at Heathrow airport short stay starts at £4.20 for 30 minutes and rises to £64.30 for 12-24 hours. Parking at Heathrow airport long stay starts at £29.50 for the first day and is an additional £23.50 for each additional 24-hour period. At peak times, the long stay car park prices increase to £34 for the first day and an additional £27 for each additional 24-hour period.
Is there free parking at Heathrow airport?
Free parking at Heathrow airport is possible if you are just dropping off or picking up passengers. You are able to park in the Official Long Stay car park for two hours for free.
How much does it cost to park at Heathrow terminal 2?
Heathrow airport parking terminal 2 costs £4.20 for 30 minutes in the short stay car park. This rises to £64.30 for 12-24 hours. Long stay parking at terminal 2 starts at £29.50 for the first day and is an additional £23.50 for each additional 24-hour period. At peak times, the long stay car park prices in terminal 2 increase to £34 for the first day and an additional £27 for each additional 24-hour period.
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Latest Heathrow Airport parking reviews
Easy to find and spaces fit large saloon/SUV vehicle. Perfect.Steven
Easy to find, very helpful texts and emails from the owner. Easy to park. As described by others, the bus stop is a couple of minutes walk away, the bus is free and takes about 5-7 mins to get to the terminal. Use the tfl.gov.uk website for maps and timetables. Given how long I have had to wait to pick up valet parked vehicles on my return to Heathrow in the past, this is just as good.Matt
Easy convenient and reasonably pricedPat
Drove in, found one of many available spaces, parked, left on foot, carried on with my day, walked back to car and left.Steven
Very easy to park and found it no problem with Sat Nav. A friend had said you could walk to Terminal 5 but we couldnt work out which way and the hotel staff said this was not possible. As we were short of time we took the free bus which stopped outside the hotel and went straight to the terminal main entrance. Using Google maps later I found the walking route which was estimated at 40 or so minutes. So if you want to walk it, leave yourself plenty of time.Simon
quick and easyCharlie
Bus stop opposite the entrance takes you go T5 for free and in about 10 minutes. Safe and secure, would definitely recommend and will be using this car park againMartin
Good access to buses. Good communication with owner. will park againAlexandre
Good spot to park, easy access to buses , good communication with owner. will park againAlexandre