Multi Storey Car Park at Liverpool Airport

Liverpool Airport (LPL), Liverpool, L24 1YD.

Multi Storey Car Park is self park, on-airport car park is directly opposite the airport terminal, and only 60 seconds walk away from Check-in. There are special allocated spaces close to the Terminal for disabled badge holders.

Why choose Multi Storey Parking at Liverpool Airport

If you’re flying out of Liverpool airport and want the convenience of an on-airport self-parking service site, then this multi-story car park is the ideal choice. The terminal building is within walking distance from the car park. The car park has a range of excellent security features for your benefit. The car park is floodlit, has full CCTV operation and is patrolled regularly on a 24-hour basis. You can relax for the duration of your trip knowing your vehicle is being securely monitored. It’s a covered car park and gives protection against damaging weather conditions.

The multi-storey car park is ideal for those passengers who are going on holiday for a longer period of time. There are no transfers to negotiate; the terminal building is within easy walking distance. This makes it perfect for passengers who are on a short time constraint.

Simply drive onto the car park site, and take your ticket from the unit at the barrier. This will need to be validated on return. Once you have located a parking space, unload your baggage, secure your car and make your way to the check-in areas in the departure terminals. Your car is safe and secure in the award-winning multi-storey car park and there is no need to be concerned about your car’s safety for the duration of your trip. Returning is simple too. You’ll know exactly where to locate your car and once your ticket has been validated you will be homeward bound. It’s as easy as that.

Pre-booking is advisable to take advantage of pre-paid discounts available to online customers. Drive-up prices are listed at the car park entrance. Blue badge holders are welcome at this car park.

Features of Multi-storey Car Parking at Liverpool Airport

  • CCTV
  • Security fencing
  • Security patrol
  • Floodlit for your safety
  • Manned car park
  • Park Mark ® Safer Parking Award
  • No need for transfer
  • Self-park (You keep your car keys)

Important Information

Trailers and commercial vehicles are not permitted at this car park. Height and width restrictions apply for this car park. The maximum height restriction is 1.95 metres.

Minimum stay charges apply to this car park.

24-hour’s notice is required for any amendments or cancellations of your booking to avoid incurring extra charges.

Liverpool Airport is easily accessible from the M6 motorway. Leave at junction 21a and follow the signs for the airport. As you approach the large roundabout you will turn right following the airport sign. Enter the airport concourse and follow the signs for the departure terminal and you will see the sign for the Multi-Storey Car Park.

If you are using a satellite navigation system, the postcode to use is: L24 1YD

Liverpool Multi Storey Car Park reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 104 reviews
10 out of 10


Huddersfield GB Not a frequent flier.
Parked in the multistory disabled area. Very close to the terminal. It was all a little impersonal as we had pre-booked the place. Number plate recognition let us in and putting the ticket in a slot at the barrier let us out. We didn't talk to anybody, leaving us thinking should we have gone to the allegedly ground floor office and confirmed our arrival but it was not obviously sign posted.
Confirmed purchase: 10 March 2017
Published on: 15 March 2017
10 out of 10


Very easy to book and use
Confirmed purchase: 26 December 2016
Published on: 03 January 2017
9 out of 10


Wrexham GB
Very easy in general . Directions easy to follow ith good easy access to terminal.
Confirmed purchase: 16 December 2016
Published on: 03 January 2017
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