Exeter Airport Parking
Located four miles east of the city centre, Exeter Airport saw a million passengers pass through its terminal in 2019. Many of these chose to drive, so if you are looking to do the same, take a look at our quick guide to the parking at Exeter Airport below, and pick up some money-saving tips along the way.
You will want to know that your vehicle is safe in a secure parking facility while you are away. Here at APH, we have over 42 years’ experience in airport parking, so when booking your Exeter Airport parking with us, you know you and your car will be looked after by the experts. Having been voted Best Airport Parking Company at the British Travel Awards 11 years in a row, we are proud of our legendary customer service.
Here’s a quick overview of our Exeter Airport parking options.
|Car Park||Parking Type||Transfer Time||Park Mark|
|Main Yard Meet & Greet|
Meet & Greet
4.8 out of 5
Walking time 1 minute
|Exeter Airport Long Stay 3 Parking|
4.2 out of 5
Walking time 10 - 15 minutes
|Flyparks Park & Fly|
4.6 out of 5
Walking time 5 minutes
|Exeter Airport Short Stay Car Park 1 Parking|
3.7 out of 5
Walking time 2 minutes
Park Mark Safer Parking Award – Why It’s So Important
We take airport parking security seriously and proudly support the Park Mark Safer Parking Scheme, which awards car parks across the UK that meet certain standards of security, maintenance and management.
A Police Crime Prevention Initiative designed to reduce both crime and the fear of crime in UK car parks, the Park Mark Safer Parking Scheme assesses parking facilities every year, and the award is not renewed unless the car park passes the criteria of security measures.
Where possible, we partner with car parking at Exeter Airport that carries the Park Mark Safer Parking Award. Those car parks that don’t have the award have still met our own standards of security and customer service and are usually working towards Park Mark accreditation.
Find out more about the Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
Exeter Airport Car Parks Reviews
For additional peace of mind, take a look at our independent customer reviews, which could help you decide which is the right type of parking at Exeter Airport for you.
We always want to receive customer feedback, whether it is about the booking process or customer service, or the facilities provided at the car park, so we can continue to provide what our customers want.
Our reviews are collected by Google and are genuine, verified responses from APH customers.
There is just one terminal at Exeter Airport, which makes it easy to navigate from parking through to check-in.
All of our parking options are on-airport and within walking distance of the terminal entrance.
Exeter Airport hotels & parking
Early flight departure? Travelling with young children? Want to avoid traffic jams? A night in an airport hotel makes for a relaxing start to your trip.
And if you combine your hotel booking with airport parking, you can usually save on costs too.
Check out our latest Exeter Airport parking and hotel deals.
When booking your parking at Exeter Airport, not only will you want to be reassured that your vehicle will be kept in a secure parking facility, you’ll also want to know that you are paying the best possible price.
Having been in the airport parking business for over forty years, we are more than happy to share our money-saving tips, so our customers old and new can maximise on value when booking with APH.
Book early to save on your Exeter Airport car parking
Exeter Airport parking charges usually fluctuate with availability, just like many airfares. So, an easy way to save on costs is to confirm your booking as early as possible, especially if you are travelling in peak season.
We have analysed own booking data to discover when might be the cheapest time to book parking at Exeter Airport. The data shows that if you confirm your parking booking with APH six months prior to travel, you could save over 38 per cent, when compared with making a reservation just one week before you fly.
In real money terms, this means paying £52.72 instead of £85.36, for a week’s parking. That’s a saving of £32.64.
On the chart below you can see how Exeter Airport parking prices increase over a period of six months. Prices are average price per day.
Based on prices for stays between 1st July 2018 to 31st December 2018
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Opt for park and ride parking
Park & Ride parking, such as Flyparks Park & Fly, is usually the most economical form of parking at Exeter Airport.
Airport parking can come in different shapes or sizes, to suit different needs and budgets. Here’s a quick overview of the different types of airport parking, which explains what you can expect when you arrive at the airport.
On-airport parking: How it works
Exeter, like most other airports, has parking facilities within the airport perimeter, within walking distance of the terminal.
Offering convenient parking and quick access to the check-in desks, on-airport parking is a good fit for those prioritising time over cost.
Parking at Exeter Airport Short Stay Car Park 2, for example, is easy. You just follow the signs to the car park, find a parking space and unload your luggage. The walk to the terminal takes just two to five minutes. This type of parking is “self-park”, which means you keep your keys and park the car in a parking bay yourself, rather than handing it over to a valet driver.
On-airport car parks benefit from the tight security that operates within the airport complex.
Here's a quick overview of how on-airport parking works.
Best for: travellers looking to simply “park and fly”; leaving their car within walking distance of the airport terminal.
Off-airport parking: How it works
Off-airport car parks are located outside of the airport grounds and usually require a short shuttle bus transfer to the terminal.
Some off-airport car parks are self-park, which means you keep your keys, and your car stays in the parking bay where you parked it. Others, such as Flyparks Park & Fly, operate as a park and ride type of parking, which means you drop your car at the Reception area of the car park and hand over your keys. Your car will be parked for you, while you hop on the shuttle bus to the airport terminal. Your car will then be returned to the Reception area for you to collect at the end of your trip.
All off-airport parking offered by APH is in a properly secure parking facility.
Here's a quick overview of how it works.
Best for: travellers looking for the most economical type of airport parking, without compromising on security.
Meet and greet parking: How it works
Meet & Greet parking is also an on-airport type of parking, which also avoids the need to look for a parking space.
Offering the ultimate in convenience, you simply drive to the designated meeting point, usually right next to the terminal, where you hand your vehicle and car keys over to your Meet & Greet operator. Your car will be taken to a secure parking facility, while you take your bags and walk to the check-in desks.
Upon your return, your vehicle will be brought back to the terminal for you to collect.
Best for: those travelling with bulky luggage or young children, or passengers with mobility issues.
Use the map to find directions to our Exeter Airport parking.