Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport in the UK and offers two terminals. In 2015, 40.3 million passengers passed through the airport’s doors, with EasyJet accounting for approximately 50% of Gatwick’s passengers in 2016.
With so many people passing through the airport, we are here to help you find the perfect car parking spot for your needs and budget.
APH Park & Ride
For airport car parking that’s as convenient as it is cheap, you could always book APH Park & Ride. You simply drive to the car park, park up at the arrivals bay and simply hand your keys over to the APH team, who will find the perfect parking spot for your car. You simply hop onto a transfer bus to the airport, which will take approximately 10 minutes to your terminal.
For off-site airport car parking, Purple Parking might be the perfect choice – because it’s convenient and affordable. With CCTV, floodlighting and fencing, you can enjoy your holiday assured your car is both safe and secure. You simply park up and jump onto a transfer bus, which takes approximately 10 minutes to your terminal.
People have been using Cophall Parking for more than 30 years, proving it continues to deliver an effective car parking service on the outskirts of Gatwick Airport. One of their most popular services is the Meet & Greet, which allows you to meet a chauffeur at the airport, who will park your car in the off-site car park, allowing you to simply walk into your terminal to enjoy a great holiday.
Gatwick Long Stay
If you are heading off on a long trip, we recommend Gatwick Long Stay, which is ideal for those travelling to the north terminal. With an 8 day stay costing £39 (subject to change), it’s an affordable option for those looking for a great parking space.
Gatwick Official Valet Parking
If you want to travel in style from the beginning to end of your holiday, you should opt for the Gatwick Official Valet Parking. Forget transfers and off-site parking, the Gatwick Official Valet Parking will have a space reserved for you at the airport car park.
Take a look below at Gatwick’s official parking video