- Generally good more buses needed from air port back to car park
Published on: 23 August 2016
Located just five minutes from the terminal, this on-airport car park provides the ideal location for passengers travelling throughout the day. There’s no need to worry about your car while away either; the Park Mark Safer Parking facility is fully covered by CCTV and manned patrols. It also employs self-park operation, so there’s no need to leave keys.
Bristol Airport is located on the A38, approximately eight miles south of Bristol city centre. The connecting motorway is the M5 and the airport is sign posted. Proceed along the A38 where you will pick up signs for the airport. As you approach the airport, follow signs for the Silver Zone car park.
Here’s how to enter the car park
Here’s how to exit the car park
Customers using Silver Zone parking are just moments from the terminal, with a five-minute transfer bus running every 15 minutes throughout the day.
Alongside its security fencing, CCTV and security barriers, the Silver Zone facility is manned 24 hours a day and holds a police-approved Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
The car park provides designated spaces for disabled drivers, which are located adjacent to the reception area.
Valet parking (you leave your keys and your car’s parked for you) A height restriction of 3.0 metres applies. Commercial vehicles are accepted if they fit in single space. For you peace of mind, vehicle damage recognition (VDR) cameras are in operation.Vehicles remain in secure car park at all times
The car park is open 24 hours a day throughout the year.