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Why Book Bristol Airport Long Stay Parking

Bristol Airport’s Long Stay Car Park is a self-park, on-airport car park which also holds a Park Mark Safer Parking Award. This official car park is ideal for those needing to stay for more than one day and is just a short distance from the terminal.

Car Park Features

  • Top-rated by customers
  • On-airport
  • Frequency 20 minutes
  • Transfer time 4 minutes
  • 24-hour operation
  • Keep keys
  • Assisted loading if requested
  • Bus transfer
  • Self-park

Security

  • 24-hour staff
  • Barrier-controlled
  • Security fencing
  • CCTV
  • Park Mark Award (Police Approved)
  • ANPR

Transfers to and from Bristol Airport

Buses operate 24 hours a day and run approximately every 20 minutes. The journey takes just four minutes.

Security

Bristol Airport Long Stay Car Park has been awarded a Park Mark Safer Parking Award. The car park is manned 24 hours by Bristol Airport’s customer service team and has 24-hour monitored CCTV. Access into the car park is by Automatic Number Plate Recognition [ANPR] technology.

Disabled Facilities

Disabled parking spaces are available in this car park. If you require assistance, press the assistance button at the barrier and a member of the customer service team will be happy to help. If you require any special assistance please contact the airport on in advance of your arrival.

Opening Times

The car park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Additional Information

Maximum vehicle height: 3m

 

Bristol Airport Long Stay Parking

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Bristol Airport Long Stay Parking, Bristol Airport Bristol BS48 3DY

Directions

If you are using a sat-nav, please enter the postcode BS48 3DY.

From the A38: North (Bristol)

  1. Proceed along the A38 where you will pick up signs for the airport.
  2. As you enter the airport, take the third exit on the roundabout.
  3. Follow signs for the Long Stay car park.

From the A38 South:

  1. Proceed along the A38 where you will pick up signs for the airport.
  2. As you enter the airport, take the first exit on the roundabout.
  3. Follow signs for the Long Stay car park.

Arrival Procedure

Upon arrival at the car park:

  1. Drive up to the entry barrier and the Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system will read your number plate and recognise your booking.
  2. Once instructed, press the button to receive your ticket.
  3. Take the ticket and the barrier will lift and let you in.

Keep your ticket safe as you will require this to exit the barrier when leaving the car park.

Please ensure you allow time to park your car and make your way into the airport terminal.

Return Procedure

When you return to the car park:

  1. Drive to the exit barrier.
  2. Insert your ticket.
  3. The barrier will lift allowing you to leave the car park.

In the event of any problems, one of the car park’s 24-hour staff will be pleased to assist.

Reviews of Bristol Airport Long Stay Parking Verified by reevooReevoo speech bubble

Find out what fellow travellers thought about Bristol Airport Long Stay Parking car park. All our reviews are collected and confirmed through independent ratings and reviews services co-ordinator, Reevoo.

out of 10

1,146 reviews

Friendliness and helpfulness of staff
8.6
Transfer service (to/from the airport)
8.2
Arrival and exit process
9.0
Location of car park
9.1
Overall rating
8.8
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 1146 reviews
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T

GB GB
No problems whatsoever
Confirmed purchase: 15 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

Mike

Devizes GB
Car is where you leave it, no deposit or collection of keys, you keep them. Close to departure terminal. The only grumble is the parking surface is a bit rough for small baggage wheels.
Confirmed purchase: 09 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

Lorna

Gillingham, Dorset GB Girl’s holiday made easy
So easy to park at Bristol airport. Would use it every time.
Confirmed purchase: 05 July 2018
Published on: 15 July 2018
out of 10

Angela

Bristol GB
Easy aces no problems
Confirmed purchase: 02 July 2018
Published on: 10 July 2018