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Luton Airport Parking

  • 5 minutes from the terminal - keep your keys
  • The car park has barriers, a fence and is regularly patrolled.
  • The transfer buses are wheelchair-accessible
  • Park your own car and keep your keys

Overview

Mid Term (Green) ParkingPark Mark Award

Distance from Luton Airport - Journey Time

5 minutes

What is the airport transfer frequency?

run every 10 minutes

Airport transfer charge

included in the price

What is the drop-off procedure?

Drive up to the barrier and press the button for a ticket. The machine will print a ticket with your registration number and booking reference on. Then just drive in and park.
You should bring a copy of your booking confirmation with you.

What is the pick-up procedure?

Catch the transfer bus back to the car park, drive to the barrier, put your ticket in the slot and the barrier will lift. If it doesn't, you'll just need to press the intercom so you can speak to a member of staff.

What security measures does the car park have?

The car park has been awarded the police-accredited Park Mark and is protected by entry and exit barriers, regular patrols, a high fence and lighting at night.Awarded: Park Mark, Safer Parking Award

What else do I need to know?

There are no height restrictions, but the car park cannot accept large vehicles, for example lorries. The transfer buses are wheelchair-accessible

Address:

London Luton airport
Luton
LU2 9QT

Map and Directions

Address:

London Luton airport
Luton
LU2 9QT

Directions for Mid Term (Green) Parking

Leave the M1 at junction 10, taking the second exit signposted for the airport and the A1081.
Keep going along the A1081 Airport Way.
After a mile and a half, bear left to stay on the road.
Take the third exit at the roundabout to the right of the Holiday Inn Express to stay on the road.
Take the next right and you'll find the car park in front of you.

On Arrival:
The barrier will automatically recognise your number plate and give you a ticket. Keep hold of the ticket and pick a space.

From the car park walk to the terminal - it takes 7-8 minutes.

On return
Walk back to the car park to collect your car. Drive to the barrier, put your ticket in the slot and the barrier will lift. If it doesn't, you'll just need to press the intercom so you can speak to a member of the parking team.

If you have been away for longer than you have booked, you will need to pay the difference at the barrier. If you're away for less time than you booked, unfortunately we can't give you a refund.

Government regulations require passengers at the airport to wear a face covering. Remember to bring a face covering and have it on before you get there. You'll need one for each member of your party.

Due to the ongoing redevelopment works at Luton Airport, travelling to the airport may take longer than normal, particularly at peak times.

The peak travel times are all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday and between 4am and 9am, 1pm and 3pm and 5pm and 7pm on other days.

Help us go green! There's no need to print out your booking confirmation, show it on your mobile device.

Early or late? The car park offers a grace period of 1 hour at their discretion. Any longer than this and you'll be charged the car park's standard rate of £32 per day. This is subject to change.

If you have an electric vehicle and need a charging point there are 5 Tesla charge points and 5 type 2 tethered points in the Multi Storey car park nearby. They are free to use, but you'll have to pay for your time in the car park.

Most standard cars (not large vehicles like lorries) will be accepted at the car park as long as they fit in a standard-size parking bay (2.4m x 4.8m).

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Please note the location shown is the car drop-off point

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Which of your car parks will accept a Volkswagen Transporter Van?Airparks will accept the vehicle if it is witin the following - Maximum vehicle dimensions are 2m wide x 2.1m high x 5m long. The car park cannot accept any high-sided vehicles, minibuses, mobile homes, lorries, caravans, trailers or vehicles larger than the above maximum dimensions.