Heathrow Airport Parking
On Airport Park and Ride, you can book Heathrow Airport parking online with our trusted partners.
We offer a range of Heathrow Airport parking, including park and ride and meet and greet parking.
Every Heathrow Airport car park on this site has the Park Mark approval for safe and secure parking.
Our trusted operators are experienced in providing high levels of customer service.
Read on to find out more about Heathrow Airport parking options.
Airport parking options at Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport On-Airport Parking
Heathrow Airport has its own official on-site car parks.
With short and long stay options, there are Heathrow Airport car parks for each terminal.
If you want the most convenient option, booking your car into Heathrow Airport’s on-site car parks is a great choice.
Heathrow Airport Meet and Greet Parking
Heathrow Airport passengers looking for easy parking can book meet and greet.
Meet and greets means you drop your car off at the terminal. It's sometimes known as valet parking. Just hand your keys over to a fully insured driver, who will park your car in a safe place.
This is perfect for busy people, families with young children or disabled passengers.
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Heathrow Airport Park and Ride
Park and ride is the cheapest Heathrow Airport parking.
Simply drive to your chosen car park, then take a shuttle bus to the airport. Usually, the shuttle bus is free and runs 24 hours a day.
Park and ride is the best way to find cheap Heathrow Airport parking. Just make sure your off-airport car park has the Park Mark award for your peace of mind.
Heathrow Airport park and ride parking is available to book on Airport Park and Ride.
Heathrow Airport parking options on Airport Park and Ride
NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 & 3
The NCP Flightpath car park is a for anyone travelling out of Heathrow T2 and T3.
This off-airport car park is open from 4am until 11.40pm. It has a bus transfer which takes you to the airport in 8-12 minutes. This service runs every 20 minutes.
Heathrow Airport NCP Flightpath is Park Mark-approved. It has software which reads your number plate and automatically lifts the barriers, as well as security fences and lights.
Heathrow Airport Meet and Greet Terminal 2
Heathrow Airport offers an official meet and greet service.
This service runs between 5am and 11pm. Customers leave their keys with a driver before taking a two-minute walk into the terminal building.
Heathrow Airport’s fully insured drivers then move cars to a Park Mark approved car park.
Official Heathrow Airport meet and greet is popular with passengers who want to get to the terminal quickly.
Maple Parking Meet and Greet Terminals 4 & 5
Maple Parking is a trusted provider of meet and greet parking at Heathrow Airport. Maple offers meet and greet services from terminals 4 and 5, with a short walk to the terminals.
Open 24 hours, Maple Parking is an award-winning business. Fully insured drivers move cars safely to its Park Mark approved car park.
Heathrow Terminal 4 and 5 customers love Maple Parking meet and greet, because it's quick and easy.
Heathrow Airport Parking FAQs
How do I know if my car will be safe?
All of our Heathrow Airport car parks are approved by Park Mark. This means they have CCTV, entry and exit barriers, security fencing, lighting and patrols.
When is the best time to book my Heathrow Airport Parking?
It’s always best to book your Heathrow Airport parking as early as you can to get the best deal. The longer you leave it, the more prices will go up as availability declines.
Book Heathrow Airport parking in advance for the best prices.
What’s the difference between on-airport and off-airport parking at Heathrow Airport?
An on-airport car park is within Heathrow Airport’s grounds. This will usually be an official Heathrow Airport on-site car park.
On-airport parking at Heathrow is a great choice if you’re looking for an easy option.
Heathrow off-airport parking is a term for car parks close to the airport which run a transfer bus service.
Off-airport parking is the cheapest Heathrow Airport parking. It takes a bit longer to reach the airport, but the prices are usually lower.
What is meet and greet parking?
Heathrow Airport meet and greet parking is available to book at Airport Park and Ride.
Often referred to as valet parking, meet and greet means you drop your car off with a driver. This will usually happen at the terminal or at a drop-off point nearby. The staff member will park your car safely in a secure car park.
When you get back, a driver will bring your car back to the terminal ready for you to drive home.
Meet and greet parking offers Heathrow Airport passengers the easiest start to a trip. It's ideal if money isn't an object and you want the most convenient experience.
Heathrow meet and greet parking is popular with families with small children, disabled passengers or people with a lot of luggage.
What happens if my flight is cancelled or delayed?
Most Heathrow Airport car parks ask for your flight number. This is so they know about any delays and can prepare for your return.
If your plans change while you are away, please contact us. We will let your car park know when to expect you, and let you know of any extra costs.
How early should I book my car in ahead of my flight?
Most people like to arrive at the airport at least two hours before a flight. Always allow extra time on top of this to arrive at your car park and get to the airport. Whether it's a short walk or a bus trip, it's best to be prepared.
Please give yourself plenty of time to allow for traffic and queues.
Heathrow Airport Information
Ahead of your trip, read our guide to Heathrow Airport to find out what you need to know before you get there.
Heathrow Airport, also known as London Heathrow, is the UK’s busiest airport. In fact, it's the second busiest airport in the world, with more than 80 million passengers a year.
15 miles west of central London, Heathrow Airport has two runways and four terminals.
Heathrow opened as an airfield in 1929. Major development began in 1944 to turn it into the hub we know today. It was opened in 1946 as London Airport, before being renamed to Heathrow in 1966.
Heathrow Airport is owned by Heathrow Airport Holdings. Today, 84 airlines fly to 203 places in 90 countries.
76,500 people work at Heathrow Airport, with more than 300 shops and lounges there.
Top destinations for Heathrow Airport passengers are New York, Dubai, Dublin, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.
Heathrow Airport Terminals Guide
Heathrow Airport has four terminals – Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5. Terminal 1 at Heathrow closed in 2015.
Heathrow Terminal 2 is the biggest terminal. It was named the best airport terminal in the world at the Skytrax World Airport Awards.
Designer shops at Heathrow Terminal 2 include Hugo Boss, Bottega Veneta, Bulgari, Burberry, Gucci, Kate Spade, Mulberry and Paul Smith. Other retail outlets include Boots, Hamleys, Harrods, Kurt Geiger, M&S Simply Food and Cath Kidston.
Cafes and restaurants at Terminal 2 include Costa, Caffè Nerro, Eat, Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar, Leon, Wetherspoons and Yo Sushi.
Heathrow Terminal 3 is a base for Virgin Atlantic. Cafes and restaurants at Heathrow Terminal 3 include Caviar House Oyster Bar, Costa, Caffè Nerro, Giraffe Stop and Pret A Manger. There's also Spuntino, Yo Sushi and a choice of pubs.
Shops at Heathrow Terminal 3 include Accessorize, Boots, Cartier, Burberry, Chanel, Fendi, Gucci, Hermes and Jack Wills. There's also Jo Malone, Louis Vuitton, MAC, Smythson and Tiffany.
Heathrow Airport Terminals 2 and 3 are a short walk apart.
Free buses and trains run between Heathrow Terminals 4 and 5.
Heathrow Terminal 4 is connected to Terminals 2 and 3 via the Heathrow Cargo Tunnel. It's connected by train via the Heathrow Terminal 4 tube and Heathrow Terminal 4 train station.
At Terminal 4, you’ll find shops like Hugo Boss, Bally, Burberry and Cath Kidston. There's also Fendi, Gucci, Jo Malone, Kurt Geiger, Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Ted Baker and Swarovski.
Restaurants at Heathrow Terminal 4 include Carluccio’s, Comptoir Libanais and Costa. Plus, there's also a Pret A Manger, Oriel Grande Brasserie and the Prince of Wales.
Heathrow Terminal 5 opened in 2008. The largest freestanding structure in the UK, it cost £4 billion to build and can serve 35 million people a year.
Terminal 5 has its own train station, which connects to the London Underground and the Heathrow Express.
Cafes and restaurants at Heathrow Terminal 5 include Carluccio’s, Fortnum and Mason Bar, Giraffe Stop and Costa. Plus, there's Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, Itsu, Starbucks, Wagamama and Wetherspoons.
Shops at Terminal 5 include Accessorize, Armani and Hugo Boss. There's also Chanel, Chloe, Dior, Fortnum & Mason, Gucci, Harrods, Hermès, Longchamp, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and Prada. Not to mention Reiss, Ralph Lauren, Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Tods, Valentino and Smythson.
Heathrow Airport Facilities
Download or print a map of terminals, roads and car parks to help you get around the airport.
WiFi is available at Heathrow Airport and it is free for passengers. There are also computers with broadband in each Heathrow Terminal.
Heathrow Airport has a host of other facilities. These include multi-faith prayer rooms, baby changing, concierge and currency exchange. There are also hotel transfer buses, charging points, meeting rooms, showers and free water fountains.
Heathrow Airport Special Assistance
Heathrow Airport offers extra support to passengers who need special assistance at the airport.
To book this service, contact your airline when you book your flights or at least 48 hours before you fly. They will make sure everything is planned to give you a safe and calm journey through the airport.
Heathrow Airport Lounges
Heathrow Airport has 11 airport lounges. There, you can enjoy free food, drinks and more before your flight.
Plaza Premium Lounges are available in all four terminals. They offer free fresh food, drinks and snacks, free wifi, quiet areas, luxury showers and a wellness spa in Terminal 2.
Club Aspire Lounge is in Terminal 3, with free food and drinks, business and zones and free wifi.
No1 Lounges Bedrooms are in Terminal 3. Catch up on sleep with single and twin rooms with ensuite showers, toiletries and hairdryers.
No1 Lounge and Travel Spa is in Terminal 3. Order fresh food or enjoy free sparkling wine, craft beers and spirits.
You can also enjoy runway views and a family room, as well as a spa with treatments available at an extra cost.
Terminal 3 also has a Rest and Relaxation Room. Entry is free, and you can relax on comfy sofas there. There's also a snack machine if you’d like to buy refreshments.
The House Lounge in Terminal 4 offers a five-star experience. With full waiter service, it has a la carte dining, a large wine list, wifi, showers and prayer rooms.
SkyTeam Lounge is situated in Terminal 4. It has a full bar, free wifi, newspapers and magazines. Plus, there's a quiet zone with day beds and a wellness centre to unwind.
Aspire Lounge Terminal 5 offers a seasonal menu of local produce, comfy seats, showers and TVs. Beers, spirits and wines are free.
How To Get To Heathrow Airport
When travelling to Heathrow Airport, check which terminal you need, to avoid delays or stress.
How To Get To Heathrow Airport By Car
Heathrow Airport is 15 miles west of central London. It’s easy to reach from the M4 and M25.
Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3 are just off junction 4 of the M4 or junction 15 of the M25.
The postcode for Heathrow Terminal 2 is TW6 1EW.
The postcode for Heathrow Terminal 3 is TW6 1QG.
Heathrow Terminal 4 can be reached by leaving the M25 at junction 14 or leaving the M25 at junction 4b.
The postcode for Heathrow Terminal 4 is TW6 3XA.
Heathrow Terminal 5 has its own separate access road. Exit the M25 at junction 14, or the M4 at junction 4b, following the M25 to junction 14.
The postcode for Heathrow Terminal 5 is TW6 2GA.
How To Get To Heathrow Airport By Train
You can reach Heathrow Airport by train on a number of services. These include the Heathrow Express or TfL rail from London Paddington Station.