Why Book Drivefly Meet & Greet Parking , Luton Airport

If you’re running to a tight schedule, travelling with young children, laden down with heavy bags or simply looking to add a little VIP to your airport parking, Drivefly Meet & Greet is just for you. Head straight the airport, drop your car with a Drivefly chauffeur and take the short walk to the check-in desks – while the fully insured chauffeur parks your car in a secure car park.

Car Park Features

  • Meet & Greet
  • Walking time 2 minutes
  • Operates between 05:00 - midnight
  • Leave keys
  • Uniformed staff
  • Nearby fuel sales
  • Disabled facilities
  • Walk to terminal
  • Fully insured drivers
  • Assisted loading if requested


  • 24-hour staff
  • Barrier-controlled
  • Security fencing
  • CCTV

Transfers to and from Luton Airport

No need for transfers with this meet and greet service.


Your car will be driven to a nearby secure compound protected by laser-beam security, CCTV and 24-hour staffing.

Disabled Facilities

Drivefly Meet & Greet is ideal for any passengers needing extra assistance.

Opening Times

Drivefly operates its meet and greet service throughout the year between 5am and midnight.

Additional Information

Due to strict airport regulations, drivers are not able to wait for longer than 10 minutes in the Priority Set Down area.

Drivers will need to pay £1 to exit the Short Stay car park upon their return.

Drivefly Meet & Greet Parking

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Drivefly Meet & Greet Parking , Airport Way Luton LU2 9LY


Directions from the M1:

  1. Exit the motorway at Junction 10 and follow signs for the airport.
  2. Take the A1081.
  3. Take the second exit on the first roundabout and head straight over the second.
  4. On the following roundabout take the third exit.
  5. Go under the bridge and take the fourth exit on the roundabout.
  6. Follow the left hand lane to the short-term car park.
  7. Drive to the designated meet and greet area.

Arrival Procedure

Delivering your car to Drivefly is easy:

  1. Call Airparks 20-30 minutes prior to arrival to confirm arrange drop off.
  2. Head into the short-term car park and drive to the airport meet and greet area.
  3. A Drivefly representative will meet you.
  4. Hand over your keys and take the two minute walk to the terminal – Drivefly will park your car for you in a secure nearby car park.

Please ensure you allow sufficient time to complete the vehicle hand over before heading to the terminal.

Return Procedure

Picking up your car is just as easy:

  1. Once you’ve cleared customs and collected your luggage, call Drivefly to let them know you’ve arrived.
  2. Head to the designated meeting point.
  3. A Drivefly chauffeur will be waiting for you.
  4. Collect your car and enjoy the rest of your trip.

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Find out what fellow travellers thought about Drivefly Meet & Greet Parking car park. All our reviews are collected and confirmed through independent ratings and reviews services co-ordinator, Reevoo.

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Scores 8.1 out of 10 based on 365 reviews
10 out of 10


london GB
perfect service only the representives who pick up the phone sound verry unprofessional and come across as uneducated street thugs . apart from that perfect service couldn't go better.
Confirmed purchase: 09 December 2017
Published on: 11 December 2017
9 out of 10


no concern with service - all went well thank you
Confirmed purchase: 12 November 2017
Published on: 13 November 2017
9 out of 10


Norwich retired GB Retired
Very good service, friendly staff although perhaps a little too long a wait on our return at 01.00!
Confirmed purchase: 21 October 2017
Published on: 25 October 2017
10 out of 10


Market Harborough GB Like the convenience
We had a problem with our luggage on the return journey and your staff were brilliant
Confirmed purchase: 18 October 2017
Published on: 26 October 2017