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Why Book Park 'N' Fly, Glasgow International Airport

Based just a few miles from Glasgow Airport, Park & Fly offers affordable long-stay parking without the long haul to the airport. The car park is conveniently situated less than ten minutes from the terminal and on demand shuttles run throughout the day. 

Car Park Features

  • Uniformed staff
  • Off-airport
  • On-demand transfers
  • Transfer time 5 minutes
  • 24-hour operation
  • Keep keys
  • Toilets
  • Nearby fuel sales
  • Fully insured drivers
  • 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 Glasgow International Airport

Transfers operate 24 hours a day, on demand and take around 5-10 minutes to reached the terminal 

Security

A holder of the police-approved Park Mark Safer Parking Award, Park 'N' Fly features CCTV, security fencing and is manned 24 hours a day

Disabled Facilities

Disabled parking bays are available

Opening Times

Park 'N' Fly is a 24 hour operation, 365 days a year

Park 'N' Fly, Macdowall Street Paisley PA3 2NB

Directions

From the M8 Westbound exit at Junction 29:

  1. Take the A726 exit to Paisley,
  2. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto A726.
  3. After approximately one mile turn right onto Macdowall Street.
  4. Destination will be on the left at the end of road.

From the M8 Eastbound:

  1. Exit J29 & take 3rd exit at the roundbout, signed Paisley A726.
  2. After approx 1 mile turn right onto Murray St.
  3. Car park on left at end of road. 

From A737 from Johnstone/Beith/Irvine:

  1. On the A737 take exit signed Paisley/Greenock/Glasgow Airport.
  2. At the roundabout take 4th exit signed Paisley A726.
  3. After approx 1 mile turn right onto Murray St.
  4. Car park on left at end of road.

Arrival Procedure

On arrival at the car park:

  1. Approach the barrier and the automatic number plate recognition system will let you in.
  2. Park in the first available space.
  3. Head to the pick-up point to take the short transfer to the airport

Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete your vehicle check-in and airport transfer.

Return Procedure

To collect your car:

  1. Make your way to bus stop 5 outside Arrivals.
  2. Take the shuttle to the car park and locate your car.
  3. Drive up to the exit barrier, which will automatically open on approach.

Reviews of Park 'N' Fly, Glasgow International Airport Verified by reevooReevoo speech bubble

Find out what fellow travellers thought about Park 'N' Fly car park. All our reviews are collected and confirmed through independent ratings and reviews services co-ordinator, Reevoo.

out of 10

304 reviews

Friendliness and helpfulness of staff
9.3
Transfer service (to/from the airport)
9.1
Arrival and exit process
9.2
Location of car park
8.7
Overall rating
9.1
Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 304 reviews
out of 10

Hamish

Troon GB
I have used several car parks through APH in the Paisley area - this company did not meet the standard of the others. The wait for both transfers was too long, only one bus in use and not busy. The driver going to the airport was helpful. However, on the return a different bus driver was not interested in the passengers - he ignored a mature grandmother and her daughter with a buggy plus heavy suitcases by staying in his seat, leaving them to struggle and just watched as I assisted this group load and unload. Most unsatisfactory.
Confirmed purchase: 12 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

D

Falkirk GB
Drivers very friendly and cheerful. Great help with cases too
Confirmed purchase: 12 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

R

GB GB
Waited 25 minutes for coach to arrive. Longest time I have ever been left standing around in many years using airport parking.
Confirmed purchase: 06 July 2018
Published on: 09 July 2018
out of 10

Alastair

Falkirk GB Happy traveller
Beast access from motorway and transfer to airport brilliant
Confirmed purchase: 04 July 2018
Published on: 09 July 2018