Gatwick Airport Parking
Flying out of Gatwick Airport? Don’t stress yourself out by trying to get there on unreliable public transport, take the easy option; drive and book your parking through APH!
How and when to book your car parking at Gatwick Airport
The best time to book your car parking at Gatwick is right now! With huge pre booking discounts on offer at a whole range of car parks, you can enjoy a stress free trip to the airport as you sail into your guaranteed space.
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Gatwick Airport car parks
With everything from stress relieving Meet & Greet services, to cheap and cheerful park and rides on offer at Gatwick, APH can tailor your car park choice to suit your individual needs. We offer a range of car parks on and off airport, which serve both the South and North Terminals. For more details click on the links below, or enter your details into our search engine to check availability.
Gatwick airport parking prices
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Prices shown apply to parking services quoted for 02/08/17 to 16/08/2017. Please note that prices may fluctuate and can go up as well as down.
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Gatwick Airport essential informationIf you’re flying from Gatwick Airport, we've collected the essential 'must-know' information you'll need to ensure your trip gets off to the perfect stress-free start:
All about Gatwick Airport:The capital's second-largest international airport is located 29.5 miles south of Central London and 2.7 miles from the Sussex town of Crawley. It has the world’s busiest single-use runway and can handle up to 55 aircraft movements per hour (the owners are currently in the process of applying for permission to build a second runway). Gatwick has two terminals – the North and South – from where more than 34 million passengers fly to around 200 destinations in 90 countries. The airport opened for commercial flights in 1934 – when an air ticket to Paris with the fledgling British Airways would cost around £4 – including first class rail travel from London Victoria. The equivalent journey taken today would cost around £600. Gatwick Airport is owned by Global Infrastructure Partners, who also have a controlling interest in London City and Edinburgh airports.
Getting there:Along with a mainline railway station situated on the London – Brighton Line, Gatwick Airport is served by a plethora of parking solutions. APH.com offers nine options from long-stay to short-stay, on- or off-airport and meet and greet parking. Just log on to APH.com now to get instant online quotes covering all these options.
Which terminal:Gatwick has two terminals, so find out where you’re flying from by logging on to Gatwick Airport’s terminal guide. All you need is your airline and destination.
Flight check-in:Gatwick offers the following guidelines for when you should check in for domestic, European and non-European international flights:
International flights:check-in opens 4 hours prior to departure
European flights:check-in 3 hours prior to departure
Domestic flights:check in opens 2 hours prior to departure
Online check-in:Many airlines allow you to check in online from two to 24 hours before your departure. This allows you to choose your seat and swerve queues for the check-in desks at the airport. Simply arrive and drop-off your bags.
The follow airlines offer online check-in services:
- Adria Airways
- British Airways
- Brussels Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- South Terminal
- Aer Lingus
- Air Baltic
- Air Malta
- Air Transat
- Iceland Express
- Monarch Airlines
- TAP Air Portugal
- Virgin Atlantic Airways
- North Terminal
Facilities for disabled passengers:Gatwick Airport offers a variety of assistance to passengers with reduced mobility or special requirements. Find out more about Gatwick's services for passengers with reduced mobility here.
Airport hotels:Gatwick is served by a wealth of great hotels, so if you want to enjoy a pre-flight stop-over, check out our list of nearby hotels here.
Fast-track security lane:Gatwick Airport has launched a Premium Passport Control service, which offers travellers a special fast-track lane to bypass security queues. You’ll have to book in advance – for £12.50 – and be 18+. It’s also limited to just 50 passengers an hour to ensure users get the speedy progression they’ve paid for. Click here to book and get full details of who can use it.
Family assistance lanes:These lanes give extra help to families travelling with young kids in buggies when passing through security. Just look out for the 'Family Assistance' lane signs after you check in. The lanes also operate on your return to Gatwick.
Where to eat:Gatwick has some great eateries to suit all tastes and requirements. We've compiled a guide to the best places to eat at Gatwick Airport here, or you can check out the full list by visiting this link.
Where to shop at Gatwick:There’s no shortage of shopping at Gatwick… here’s a full list of shops.
Areas for kids:Gatwick has special areas for children that offer play zones and TV lounges for children of all ages. There’s seating to give the grown-ups a break, too. They are available airside in both terminals. Find them behind Boots in the North Terminal and opposite Café Rouge in the South.
Airport lounges:If you need to escape the crowds, Gatwick Airport offers exclusive lounges where you can dodge the hordes and relax with a newspaper and meal before you fly. Find out all about airport lounges here.
Wi-Fi access at Gatwick Airport:If you need to be connected, Gatwick offers Wi-Fi connectivity at free internet hotspots throughout the airport. Just set your device to scan for connectivity and look out for Boingo connections. It’s free for 45 minutes, after which you’ll be asked to pay for various usage plans.
McDonald's airside in the South Terminal offers free Wi-Fi.
Charging your mobile devices:Gatwick Airport offers ChargeBox kiosks where you can boost your smartphone’s battery as you wait to fly. The service consists of a secure locker equipped with charging leads and adaptors for most popular handsets. You can charge your device for between 30 and 90 minutes. The lockers have a unique key for added security and are located in the departures lounge of both terminals. Using the service costs from £1.50 for 30 minutes.
Baby changing facilities:These facilities are highlighted by either a bottle sign or babycare symbol. Find them in the check-in area, as you head to the gates, in the transfer area and after passport control in arrivals. There are also fold-down tables provided in some male and female toilets.
Luggage trolleys:Don’t be caught out by travelling to Gatwick Airport without any change, luggage trolleys will cost you a deposit of £1, €1 or US 25-cent coin.
Luggage lockers:If you’ve got a long wait for your flight, but don’t want to be burdened with bags, simply head to one of the luggage lockers. These cost around £8.00 per item per day and are available 24 hours a day. Find them in the Arrivals area of both terminals.
Pharmacies:If you have a last-minute medical issue, Boots has pharmacies in the North and South terminal located both before and after security. The North terminal store is open 05:00-19:00 before security and 04:00–21:00 airside, while the South terminal arrivals store is open 24 hours, with the airside pharmacy operating from 04:00–21:00. All have pharmacies.
Remember to buy baby milk from the airside store to avoid it being confiscated at security. Boots also operates an order and
collect service – to help save time at the airport.
Showers:Need to freshen-up ahead of your trip or on your arrival back in the UK? Showers are available in the South Terminal, opposite the Beehive Bar and restaurant and for users of the North Terminal No. 1 Traveller Lounge.
Chapel/Prayer room:This can be found before security in the South Terminal, located near Café Nero. Find it landside next to International Arrivals at the North Terminal. Both operate 24 hours.
Viewing areas:Gatwick no longer has a dedicated viewing area – despite the old signs remaining – however many of the restaurants offer great panoramas of the runway.
Gatwick Airport Apps:Get the latest flight times, delays, cancellation and news with these Gatwick Airport app.
Did you know...
Before it became an airport, Gatwick was a horse racing course. It even hosted the Grand National in 1915, 1916 and 1917, when its traditional home of Aintree was taken over by the War Office. The winner of the final race in 1917 was Lester Piggot's grandfather Ernie.Back to top
For a touch of luxury, why not book yourself into a VIP lounge at Gatwick North or South Terminals. No 1 Traveller lounges offer complimentary food and drink, TV's, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines; all in stylish and elegant surrounds. Sink into a comfortable sofa as you leave the hustle and bustle of the airport behind, and wind down ready for your flight.Airport Lounges Back to top
Hotels at Gatwick Airport
Start you holiday early and choose form one of a fabulous hotels on offer at Gatwick Airport. Why sit in traffic on the day of your flight when you could be waking up refreshed and ready for your trip just minutes from the Airport? Our Gatwick Hotel and Parking packages offer great deals on parking and hotels allowing you a more leisurely start to your trip.Airport Hotels Back to top