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Why Book NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3, Heathrow Airport

If you're flying from Terminals 2 or 3, you can't get much closer than the conveniently located NCP Flightpath car park. It's perfect if you're looking for a great value parking that doesn't compromise on location or security.

Car Park Features

  • Uniformed staff
  • Off-airport
  • Frequency 20 minutes
  • Transfer time 10 minutes
  • Operates between 04:00 - 23:40
  • Keep keys
  • Toilets
  • Bus transfer

Security

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

Transfers to and from Heathrow Airport

A courtesy shuttle bus to Terminals 2 & 3 operates between 04:00 and 23:40; outside of these hours call the provided number to request a transfer. The transfer takes 8 - 12 minutes and transfer from Terminal 2 is from Bus Stop 17 and at Terminal 3 it's 22.

Security

The car park features CCTV, security fencing entry and exit barriers plus regular patrols.

Disabled Facilities

Disabled parking spaces are available.

Opening Times

Open 24 hours, 365 days a year.

NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3

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NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3, West Drayton Heathrow UB7 0DU

Directions

Exit M4 Junction 4:

  1. Follow signs for Terminals 2 & 3.
  2. Keep in the left lane and turn left at the traffic lights. Go up the hill and turn left just before the first set of traffic lights
  3. Follow signs round the side of the hotel (Park Inn Hotel).
  4. Turn left over the bridge.
  5. NCP car park will be directly in front of you.

Arrival Procedure

Upon arriving at the car park:

  1. Drive up to the barrier, the Automatic Number Plate Recognition system will recognise your booking and the barrier will rise. 
  2. Enter the car park and drive into a vacant space.
  3. Take a transfer bus to the terminal.

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

Return Procedure

On return:

  1. Make your way to the bus stop outside the terminal and take the bus to the car park.
  2. Collect your car from where you originally parked.

If the barrier does not rise on exit, press the assistance button and staff will help you.

Reviews of NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3, Heathrow Airport Verified by reevooReevoo speech bubble

Find out what fellow travellers thought about NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3 car park. All our reviews are collected and confirmed through independent ratings and reviews services co-ordinator, Reevoo.

Friendliness and helpfulness of staff
8.3
Transfer service (to/from the airport)
8.3
Arrival and exit process
8.6
Location of car park
8.8
Overall rating
8.5
Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 710 reviews
5 out of 10

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poole GB seasoned traveller
This may not be your issue but I thought I booked the official airport parking and ended up parking there. Being away for two weeks it was a rather big shock to the system to discover that NCP was not the same thing...

that's why I've given a medium feedback - needs to be clearer where the parking is.
Confirmed purchase: 30 January 2018
Published on: 15 February 2018
1 out of 10

Dave

Milford Haven GB
Due to a wait of 20 min for pickup at airport ,and arriving in time to exit car park, we were held up in a queue of 4 cars at barrier ( who were all having problems with extra charges ) we then found ourselves in the same predicament of having to pay a surcharge ! ( it felt a bit contrived , in order to get extra payments) having a further 4 hours to travel home we reluctantly paid as we were tired ! This marred what was a lovely break away . Will be very reluctant to use APH car parks again . VERY Disappointed
Confirmed purchase: 27 January 2018
Published on: 06 February 2018
8 out of 10

Ian

Thame GB Man City mad.
Sign could do with be a big bigger. Not easy to see in the dark. At least I will now where it is next time.
Confirmed purchase: 21 January 2018
Published on: 08 February 2018
9 out of 10

Chris

Waterlooville GB
Great location for Heathrow T2 & T3.
Confirmed purchase: 21 January 2018
Published on: 08 February 2018