Inverness Airport Parking
Cheap & Secure Inverness Airport Car Parking Deals
With 30 years experience FHR have selected secure car parks on site at Inverness Airport.
Book to park your car at the short stay car park, just two minures walk from check-in, or the cheaper long stay car park just 800 metres walk to the terminal,
By pre-booking with FHR you can save money compared to on the day prices.
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Inverness Airport Information
Inverness Airport is in Dalcross, approx. 8 miles northeast of Inverness in Scotland. It is mainly gateway for travellers to the north of Scotland with a range of scheduled services mainly serving destinations within Scotland, the UK and Europe.
Built by the Air Ministry in 1940, as RAF Dalcross, it was used in the Second World War. British European Airways, then started flights to Heathrow Airport in the mid-1970s. In 1996 EasyJet launched a daily service to London Luton and other destinations and airlines were added.
It is owned by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) and in 2016 the airport handled around 780,000 passengers. Flybe and EazyJet fly to most destinations from Inverness Airport
How to Get to Inverness Airport
The airport is situated right off the A96 which is the main road which links Inverness and Aberdeen.
You should take the A96 out of Inverness and it’s just fifteen-minutes’ drive from the city centre.
For SatNav users the postcode is IV2 7JB.
Car Parking Options at Inverness Airport
There is a choice of short and long stay parking available. Disabled car parking spaces are available at the closest point to the terminal building within the two short stay car parks and in the long stay facility.
Call points have been installed in the main car park for any disabled assistance required. Blue Badge holders requiring to park on a long stay basis may do so in the short stay car park, they need to take their badge and parking ticket to the airport information desk for payment and validation.
On-Airport Parking at Inverness Airport
Depending on your budget there are different options to suit your pocket from Short Stay to the Long Stay car park a little further away.
Long Stay Parking Inverness Airport
The Long Stay car park is situated and accessed to the right of the airport terminal building. Transfers aren't needed as the car park is only an 800m walk to the terminal.
Short Stay Parking Inverness Airport
The official on-airport Short Stay car park is situated outside the airport terminal building, so you can’t get closer, transfers aren't needed as it's just a two-minute walk to check-in.
Inverness Airport Departure Lounge
For passengers needing to be refreshed whilst waiting to board their flights, among others you will find Café Rapide, The Meeting Place and the Stag and Thistle Bar and Kitchen serving a wide variety of food and drinks.
There is also a selection of shops selling everything from newspapers (WH Smith) and whisky to candles, hand poured in the Isle of Harris and other gifts.
Other facilities within the departure lounge include a multi-denominational chapel available to all passengers, a well-equipped parenting room and toilets with wheelchair access. The cold water supplied to the sinks in the toilet facilities is drinking water and free disposable plastic cups are provided.
Free WiFi internet access is available by logging into Airport Free Wi-Fi when you’re in the terminal.
Inverness Airport Lounge
If you like to keep away from the hustle and bustle you can book into a VIP lounge where you can enjoy complementary drinks and snacks. There is also a range of complimentary magazines and newspapers to browse before your flight.
The Aspire Lounge at Inverness overlooks the airport runway, so guests can watch all the flights arriving and departing whilst relaxing in the comfort of the lounge, enjoying free and unlimited wifi service. They also have tableside charging facilities for your portable electronic equipment, to ensure everything is fully charged for your flight.
Our Inverness Airport Parking options are listed below with guide prices for a week's parking. Click on a car parks name to find out more information about a specific service.
Prices shown are guide prices for one week's parking
|Car Park||Price *||Transfer Time||Customer Rating|
|On-Airport Long Stay||Check prices||A short walk to the Terminal||Reviews Coming Soon|
|On-Airport Short Stay||Check prices||Located adjacent to the Airport Terminal||Reviews Coming Soon|
* Prices shown are guide prices based on one week's parking arriving in the next 30 days.
Inverness Airport Parking Map
Click on a point below to view information on the car park and the transfer time to Inverness airport.
Great disabled parking right outside the terminal. No problem getting the ticket validated.
Rating Book Again: Yes Bernard O’Brien - 30 Jun 2018 14:35
Nice and easy
Rating Book Again: Yes James hershaw - 30 Apr 2018 12:22
Worked well....and after flight/luggage delay, young man at information very helpful.
Rating Book Again: Yes Ian - 23 Jan 2018 12:37
Rating Book Again: Yes L. Fiddes - 06 Nov 2017 17:27
Car park full when we arrived. No spaces left but barrier let us in. Had to phone airport to find out what to do and to get out of car park. Not acceptable. Have to use this airport car parking again as there is nowhere else to park at Dalcross. Booking with FHR was very straightforward but the problem is with the airport parking.
Rating Book Again: Yes Maree - 15 Sep 2017 13:24
Main long stay car park was full, but a quick call to Inverness Airport Customer Services resolved the issue. Good value and easy to use.
Rating Book Again: Yes Pete - 17 Jul 2017 12:22
Parking booking was simple and quick. Parking at airport was full though and had to park in overflow carpark Pleased with service
Rating Book Again: Yes Angela Rickwood - 22 Jun 2017 12:07
Rating Book Again: Yes Kim Barton - 05 Jun 2017 10:09
Easy to find and not far from the terminal.
Rating Jacqueline Dean - 15 Nov 2016 09:04
Hassle free booking, reservations and return, however a wee bit of a walk away from the terminal - OK in decent weather, but in a howling wind and rain storm - not so pleasant. FHR can't control the weather, but this is what we are used to in the North of Scotland - so not a problem. Will use again.
Rating Paul MacASkill - 07 Feb 2016 20:37