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Why Book JetParks 3 , Manchester Airport

JetParks 3 is an off-airport car park, which provides a fast, efficient Manchester Airport parking solution for all terminals. It's the ideal car park for business and leisure travellers alike; with bus transfers operating 24 hours a day and taking approximately 5-10 minutes to reach the terminals.

Car Park Features

  • Top-rated by customers
  • Off-airport
  • Frequency 15 minutes
  • Transfer time 7 - 10 minutes
  • 24-hour operation
  • Keep keys
  • Bus transfer
  • Self-park

Security

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

Transfers to and from Manchester Airport

Transfers to and from the car park operate 24 hours a day, run every 15 minutes and take approximately 5-10 minutes.

Security

You can relax and enjoy your trip knowing that your car is safe in our secure car park that features: security fencing, fully monitored CCTV and 24 hour patrols.

Disabled Facilities

There are no disabled bays in this car park, however, the buses can accommodate wheelchairs.

Opening Times

Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Additional Information

Maximum vehicle height: 2.2m

Vehicle restrictions apply, please see more information below for details.

This car park does not accept transit vans, minibuses, motorhomes, caravans and trailers.

JetParks 3 , JetParks 3 Styall Road Manchester M22 5UA

Directions

If you’re using a sat-nav, use the following postcode; M22 5YA.

  1. Exit M56 at Junction 5
  2. At the traffic lights, follow signs for Cheadle, leaving the Hilton Hotel on your right.
  3. Continue along West Ringway Road to the traffic lights at the petrol station and turn right.
  4. Follow Styal Road for a short distance looking out for JetParks 3 on your right.

Arrival Procedure

Upon arriving at the car park:

  1. Approach the barrier and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) will confirm your booking.
  2. Park your car, unload your bags and take the transfer bus to the terminal.

If the barrier does not rise, please press the intercom button and quote your name and APH reference number.

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

Return Procedure

When you arrive back:

  1. Take the bus back to the car park.
  2. Collect your car and simply drive to the exit barrier. If the barrier fails to rise, simply press the help button and speak to one of the friendly staff who’ll be able to help.

Reviews of JetParks 3 , Manchester Airport Verified by reevooReevoo speech bubble

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

out of 10

1,540 reviews

Friendliness and helpfulness of staff
8.3
Transfer service (to/from the airport)
8.3
Arrival and exit process
8.5
Location of car park
8.4
Overall rating
8.4
Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 1540 reviews
out of 10

Judith

Selby GB
Used this car park for years without any problems. Great
Confirmed purchase: 14 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

M

GB GB
I have used most of the other car parks at Manchester.
This was the worst
1. Directions and signage is lacking not what you want when going on holiday.
After eventually finding a parking space there was a gravelled path which is hard work for elderly people and for children’s buggies etc.
Absolute nightmare to get to terminal 2 we were stood up all the way just felt like herded cattle.
On returning to the car park the exit signage is awful.
You need to sort this out but you probably won’t.

2.
Confirmed purchase: 14 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

A

GB GB
Very good communication regarding the location of car park direction.
Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018
out of 10

Andrew

Leeds GB
Comments specifically relate to JetPark 3. Signposting within elements of the car park none existent. Will not be using this facility again
Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2018
Published on: 16 July 2018