Luton Airport parking
Luton airport is a very handy alternative to the other major London airports. It’s also used by some of the major budget airlines such as EasyJet. It accommodates airlines which fly to most international destinations and it’s certainly easier and quicker to get to if you live in the north of the UK. However time saved by picking Luton airport can all be wasted if you don’t luton airport short stay car park charges organise your airport parking properly and in good time. There are plenty of car parks at Luton airport, based on the airport compound, off the airport and various meet and greet options and pre booking is a must to not only save money but to also know exactly where you’re going and what to do when you get there.
There have been instances in the past where holidaymakers have simply turned up at Luton airport and expected to park their car. Now, because there are so many car parks at Luton airport, if you did this you would be able to park OK but possibly not at the location you would prefer and certainly not at the price you would prefer. It makes so much sense to spend a little time to check out the car parks online and get the one which really suits your needs.
So lets talk about just how you can make parking at Luton airport as easy as possible. Each option below will give you details to make your parking as easy as possible. The actual ease of parking depends on your budget to some extent, so have a read and see what would be best for you.
For example you might want to save a bit of money and park off the airport. with bus transfer times a little longer, these car parks are just as secure but generally they cost a little less. Transfer times range from 10 minutes to 20 minutes, so really not too long. As far as being easy these car parks are probably the least easiest simply because you have a longer transfer time, but we are only talking about an extra 10 mins or so.
Airparks at Luton airport is a typical example of off airport parking, it’s located 4 miles off the airport compound and transfers take approximately 15 minutes. It has excellent security features and on average costs about £15- £30 per week less than parking on the airport.
The other option would be to park on the airport itself. This option is generally a little bit more expensive, however the transfer times to Luton terminal is shorter, from 5 to 10 minutes. All car parks on the actual airport compound at Luton are owned by the airport itself. some of these car parks are extremely easy to use because it’s just a matter of parking your car yourself and just walking to the terminal depending on which airport you’re at.
Mid Term parking is a very good example of a seriously secure car park on the airport compound itself. It has every security feature mentioned and allows you to keep your own car keys. Transfers to the departure terminal at Luton airport take about 5 minutes.
The last option is by far the most convenient. You can choose meet and greet which allows you to turn up at the departures terminal and have somebody park your car for you. On your return your car will be waiting for you to simply get in and drive home. Obviously this sort of convenience comes at a price, but it’s not that much more than on airport parking. If you want absolutely no hassles and the easiest way to park then meet and greet is the one to choose, you could be at check-in about 5 minutes after parking your car.