Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 Parking

If you’re flying from Heathrow Terminal 5, don’t stress your way there on public transport; drive to T5 and park in a secure car park just minutes from the check-in desk.

Why book your Heathrow Terminal 5 parking with APH

APH offers a wide range of parking at Terminal 5; we work only with reliable and trusted partners so that you can buy with confidence from us, knowing that your car will be in good hands.

If you’re on a tight budget, choose from great value secure off-airport car parks like Purple Parking Park & Ride or Reeds Service Park. Short on time or just looking for a helping hand? Purple Parking Meet & Greet or MBW Meet & Greet offer a VIP parking experience right on the doorstep of Terminal 5.

Our booking system is fully secure; just click on the links below for full information on all Terminal 5 car parks, or enter your details into the search engine above and let us do the searching for you! Alternatively, if you’re travelling from another terminal you can view full the range of parking options at Heathrow here.

 

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Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 essential information

Flying from T5 at Heathrow? We’ve collected the essential 'must-know' information you’ll need to ensure your trip gets off to the perfect stress-free start:

All about Terminal 5:

Opened by the Queen Elizabeth II in 2008; the main T5 building is the largest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. The terminal was designed to handle 35 million passengers a year The busiest of the Heathrow terminals; during 2013, 29.8 million passengers passed through T5, on 199,627 flights! It is the main hub for British Airways and base for Iberia.

T5 consists of several terminals, a new control tower and a railway station. The main terminal building is referred to as Terminal 5A. There are two satellite buildings, Terminal 5B and Terminal 5C.

An underground automated people mover system takes passengers between Terminal 5A, Terminal 5B and Terminal 5C. Able to transport up to 6,800 passengers an hour; the trains run at 31 mph and take just 45 seconds to reach the satellite terminals.

Getting there:

Along with a mainline railway and London Underground access from central London, Terminal 5 is served by a plethora of parking solutions. APH.com offers 11 options from long-stay to short-stay, off-airport and meet and greet parking. Just log on to APH.com now and enter your details to get instant online quotes covering all these options.

Flight check-in:

Heathrow provides the following guidelines for when you should check in for domestic, European and non-European international flights:

Long-haul and El Al:

Three hours before scheduled departure

European flights:

Two hours before scheduled departure

UK and Ireland flights:

90 minutes before scheduled departure

Online check-in:

Many airlines operate an online check-in service to let passengers select seats, print boarding passes and save time at the airport. Heathrow advises customers to check with their carrier to see if an online check-in service is offered

Mobile check-in:

Some airlines offer a mobile check-in service. Users of the service can have a boarding card sent directly to their smartphone. Once again, check with your airline to see if it offers this handy, time-saving check-in option.

Facilities for disabled passengers:

Heathrow Airport offers assistance to passengers with reduced mobility or special requirements. Find out more and plan your trip through the airport with the help of this online guide: Heathrow’s services for passengers with reduced mobility here.

Airport hotels:

Heathrow is served by a wide selection of great hotels, so why not enjoy a pre-flight stop-over at one of these handy Heathrow hotels.

Fast Track security clearance:

The Fast Track service is available to a limited amount of passengers. Check to see if you are eligible here.

Family assistance lanes:

These lanes give extra help to families travelling with young kids in buggies when passing through security. Just look out for the 'Family Assistance' lane signs.

Where to eat:

As you’d expect, Heathrow Terminal 5 has some great restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets to suit all tastes and requirements; check out the full list here.

Where to shop at Heathrow:

There’s no shortage of shopping at Terminal 5… check out the shops that T5 has to offer here.

Play area for kids:

Free to use and offering slides, soft play areas, along with separate baby and junior areas; the play area is suitable for kids aged 0-9, and open from 6:00am to 9:00pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Find it in the main Terminal 5A departure lounge (after security), near Gate A7.

Airport lounges:

Is the crowded departure lounge getting on top of you? Head to an exclusive lounge and recline in an oasis of calm before your flight, as you relax with a meal and catch up on the latest news with a complimentary newspaper. Find out about airport lounges here.

Wi-Fi access at Heathrow Airport:

If you need to be connected, T4 offers free Wi-Fi for a period of 45 minutes. This can be doubled if you sign up for the airport’s free Heathrow Rewards scheme. Register to claim your extra Wi-Fi time here.

Charging your mobile devices:

If your phone or tablet is running low, Heathrow Airport offers free Power Pole charging stations in all terminals. These can be found before and after security and are compatible with UK and European plugs as well as USB cables.

Baby changing facilities:

Baby changing facilities are available both before and after security; just follow the signs. Alternatively, download a map of Terminal 5 here.

Luggage trolleys:

Unlike many UK airports, the use of trolleys is free at Heathrow. Arriving passengers will find plenty in the baggage reclaim area and these can be taken to the on-airport car park, bus station and rail station. They are also provided in the departures area, but cannot be taken through security.

Luggage storage:

If you’ve got a long wait for your flight, but don’t want to be burdened with bags, simply head to one of the luggage storage facilities. Baggage can be stored for anything between a few hours and 90 days. All items are subject to security checks including x-rays and random hand searches. Rates are £5.00 for 0-2 hours, £10 for 2-24 hours and then £5.00 for each additional 24-hour period or part thereof. At T5, luggage storage is available in arrivals near UK arrivals, opening hours are 5.30am to 11:00pm.

Pharmacies:

If you have a last-minute medical issue, Boots has pharmacies before and after security. View opening times and locations of Boots Pharmacies at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 here.

Top tip: Remember to buy baby milk from the airside store to avoid it being confiscated at security. Order your after-security milk collection here.

Chapel/Prayer room:

Locations of the multi-faith prayer rooms in Terminal 5 are:
Check-in Zone A, before security, next to Caffè Nero
Departures, after security, near Gate A8, next to WHSmith
Satellite T5B, after security, near Gate B34
Satellite T5C, after security, near Gate C52

Viewing areas:

Airports are exciting places, and nowhere in the UK has more to see than Heathrow. Various spectator options are on offer. Terminal 5 has a plethora of great views, but Gordon Ramsay Plane Food and Wagamama offer particularly good vantage points.

 

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Airport Lounges

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