Airparks Gatwick Inside Parking
For the ultimate protection for your vehicle while you are away, book Airparks Gatwick Inside Parking. Ideal for those who take pride in their vehicle, this fantastic Gatwick Airport parking option is indoors, ensuring your car will be protected from the elements for the duration of your trip.
Airparks Gatwick undercover parking is fully secure, boasting a range of top-notch security features for your peace of mind. These include 24 hour security patrols, CCTV, security fencing and barriers at the entrance and exit. On top of this, Airparks Gatwick covered parking has been awarded the Park Mark for safer parking by the police.
Airparks Gatwick Inside Parking procedures
Parking off-site at Gatwick means transfers are needed to get to-and-from the airport. Transfers are included in the price with Airparks Gatwick, so there's no need to worry about how you're going to get there and how much it's going to cost. Transfers are run as part of our Park and Ride service and will take you to-and-from both North and South terminals.
Transfers are regular and efficient, running 24 hours a day. The transfer bus runs every 15 to 20 minutes to both terminals. It takes just 10 minutes to get to the North terminal and 15 minutes to get to the South terminal.
Park in one of the arrivals bays, then make your way to reception. You'll be asked to confirm your booking reference, and your car and flight details, and will be given a receipt for your car. You'll leave your keys with reception, as Airparks staff will park your car for you so you can catch the transfer bus to the airport. The bus leaves from reception and calls at both terminals.
You'll need to catch the transfer bus back to the car park from bus stop 7 or 8 at the South terminal, or bus stop 6 or 7 at the North terminal.
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