Luton Mid-Term Parking
Please find below information on Luton Mid-Term Parking at Luton Airport.
Prices start from £35.95 for 8 Days Parking. For full prices and availability use the form above.
This car park is located at the airport and has regular security patrols.
Transfers from this car park operate every 10 minutes, 24 Houtrs a day.
Upon arrival at the car park, press the button for a ticket at the entry barrier and proceed to park your car.
Please take your ticket and confirmation with you as you will need this for your return to the car park.
Upon your return into Luton airport, you will need to go to the NCP Customer Services desk (located within the airport terminal) and present your car park entry ticket and booking confirmation. Your ticket will be validated for exit.
You may then make your way back to the car park, at the exit barrier enter your validated ticket and you will allowed to exit.
Vans and Large Vehicles may be charged an additional fee, please call Park and Go for details.
Mid Term Parking
London Luton Airport
Exit the M1 at junction 10 and follow the signs for Luton airport. As you approach the airport follow the green signs for Mid-term parking, the car park is located opposite the Express by Holiday Inn.
Please find below some reviews of the Luton Mid-Term Parking car park, these reviews are contributed by our customers to help others make the right choice when booking their airport parking.
Brian Shrieve says:
No problem parking, notices with space availble on them to make it helpfull. Very little time to wait for a bus. No fuss on our return. first class service. This is the first time parking at luton, and will use again when needed THANK YOU.
Customer Rating: Review added: Wed, 26 May 2010 7:45 pm
Good service overall. My only "gripe" is that the instructions on the voucher regarding car collection are out of date. The Car Parking Customer Service desk is no longer in the terminal building at Luton. Exiting the car park means either returning to the Customer Service desk inside the car park itself OR collecting the car, driving it to the exit barrier and then requesting assistance over the intercom. Hardly a major issue but a point of detail that could easily be put right.
Customer Rating: Review added: Sun, 14 Jun 2009 10:35 am