Stansted Airport Parking
One of the six official London airports, Stansted is the UK’s fourth busiest, with over 27 million passengers passing through each year. Located approximately halfway between London and Cambridge, Stansted is easily accessed by car from the M11, which means driving to the airport is a great option and, if you are able to book your Stansted airport parking in advance, it can be good value too.
From the off-airport APH Car Park to the Stansted Airport Long Stay Car Park and I Love Meet & Greet services, we offer a range of Stansted parking options to suit all types of travellers and budgets.
You’ll also want peace of mind that your booking is secure and that your car will be parked securely while you are away. Here at APH, we have over 43 years’ experience in airport parking, so when booking your Stansted airport parking with us, you know you are being looked after by the experts.
We are proud to have been voted Best Airport Parking Company 13 years in a row at the British Travel Awards. Getting a quote and making a booking is easy; simply enter your details into the Search box above. Or browse through the information below for tips on how to save money and how to select the type of Stansted parking that is right for you.
We partner only with parking providers and car parking facilities that are trusted, tried and tested to meet our approval. Here’s a quick overview of our Stansted airport parking options.
|Stansted Airport Long Stay Car Park
Transfer time 10 minutes
|Stansted Short Stay Blue Zone
Walking time 71 - 0 minutes
£62.99For 4 days
|Stansted Meet & Greet
Meet & Greet
Walking time 5 minutes
|Short Stay Premium - Orange Zone
Walking time 3 - 4 minutes
£74.00For 4 days
|Short Stay Premium - Red Zone
Walking time 3 - 4 minutes
£75.00For 4 days
|Maple Parking Park & Ride
Transfer time 5 minutes
|I Love Park & Ride
Transfer time 5 minutes
|APH Car Park
Transfer time 5 minutes
|I Love Meet and Greet
Meet & Greet
Walking time 2 minutes
|APH Meet & Greet
Meet & Greet
Walking time 2 minutes
Cheap Stansted parking
We all like to save money where we can and with airport parking, there are various ways you can do this. With over four decades of experience in the airport parking business, here at APH, we are happy to share our money-saving tips for cheap parking at Stansted Airport.
There is no need to worry about compromising on security and safety, however. All of the Stansted car parking options that we offer carry the Police-approved Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
Pre-book your Stansted airport parking
One of the easiest ways to save on costs is to book in advance. Stansted airport parking prices increase closer to the date of departure and can fluctuate with availability, just like many airfares. Our own booking data shows that by booking Stansted parking with APH six months before your flight, you could save up to 50 per cent on the total price, compared with making a parking reservation just one week ahead of travel.
The graph below shows how parking prices can increase over a period of six months. Prices are average price per day.
Based on prices for stays between 1st August 2022 to 31st March 2023
Pick Park & Ride
If you are looking for cheap parking, then a Park & Ride option is probably the one for you. The Park & Ride car parks at Stansted are located off-airport, with free shuttle bus transfers to and from the terminal. Offering good-value, secure parking, car parks such as I Love Park & Ride and the APH Car Park are just a five-minute transfer from the airport terminal and have been awarded the Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
Park Mark Safer Parking Award
While you are away on your travels, you need peace of mind that the appropriate security measures are in place at the car park where you have left your vehicle.
The Park Mark Safer Parking Scheme is a Police Crime Prevention Initiative that is designed not only to protect vehicles but also the safety and wellbeing of customers themselves. Aimed at reducing both crime and the fear of crime in car parks across the UK, the Park Mark Safer Parking Award is given only to car parks that meet certain standards of security, maintenance and management
Find out more about the Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
Our Cheapest Stansted parking
Below is a list of the cheapest Stansted airport parking offered by APH.
|Price (per week)
|I Love Park & Ride
|Park & Ride
|3 minute bus
|APH Stansted Park and Ride
|Park & Ride
|5 minute bus
|Official Stansted Long Stay
|Park & Ride
|10 minute bus
|I Love Meet & Greet
|Meet & Greet
|2 minute walk
|APH Meet & Greet
|Meet & Greet
|2 Minute Walk
|Official Stansted Meet & Greet
|Meet & Greet
|2 Minute Walk
*prices based on 8 days' parking and correct at the time of writing
More on Our cheapest Stansted car park
Stansted Maple Manor Park & Ride
With prices from as little as £7.50 per day, Maple Manor Park & Ride often comes out as our cheapest car parking option, depending on availability and date of booking. Located just one mile from the terminal, transfers take less than five minutes. All you need to do is drop your keys at the car park reception and a fully insured driver will park it for you, while you hop on to the shuttle bus. Maple Manor Park & Ride is surrounded by security fencing and CCTV. For your peace of mind, it has been awarded the Park Mark Safer Parking Award.
Stansted Airport has only one terminal, so there’s no need to worry about checking which terminal you are flying from when booking your Stansted parking.
All the car parks that we offer at Stansted Airport are located close to the terminal, with the longest transfer being from JetParks, which is 15 minutes away.
We have two on-airport car parks at Stansted; both are Park & Ride and require a short transfer. The Long Stay Car Park at Stansted is 10 minutes from the terminal.
Stansted Parking Type
There are different types of airport parking to suit different types of travellers. It is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the various car parks and parking services to decide which would work best for you.
On-airport parking at Stansted
On-airport car parks are located within the airport perimeter. Generally, these are close to the terminal, but some may still require a bus transfer.
If the car park is within walking distance of the terminal, then you simply park up, take your luggage, and make your way to check-in.
If the car park does not provide walking access to the terminal, then once you have parked your vehicle, you take your luggage and hop on the transfer bus.
Our on-airport car parks:
Off airport parking at Stansted
Cost-effective and generally easy to access, off-airport car parks are exactly that – situated outside the airport perimeter. Most of our off-airport car parks at Stansted are very close to the airport and are just a few minutes by shuttle bus from the terminal doors.
Our off-airport car parks:
- Maple Manor Park & Ride - Transfer time: 3 minute bus.
- I Love Park and Ride - Transfer time: 5 minute bus.
- APH Stansted Park and Ride - Transfer time: 5 minute bus
Official parking at Stansted
The official Stansted airport parking is car parks and parking services that are located within the airport grounds and operated by the airport themselves. However, you can still book these in advance through APH to secure the best possible deal.
Some of the official car parks require a bus transfer, as they are not within walking distance of the terminal.
Official Long Stay Car Park – transfer time: 10-minute bus
Official Meet & Greet – transfer time: 5-minute walk
Meet and Greet parking at Stansted
Fast and efficient, Meet & Greet parking provides the ultimate car parking service. You drive straight to the terminal forecourt or designated meeting point nearby, unload your luggage, and your car will be parked for you while you head to the check-in desks – just a two to three-minute walk. Upon your return to the airport, your vehicle will be brought back to the terminal for you to collect.
Meet & Greet is a great option for families with young children, travellers with bulky luggage, or those simply looking for the quickest type of parking. Book Meet & Greet parking through APH to be sure you are booking with an approved Meet & Greet operator.
Our Meet & Greet car parks:
- Official Meet & Greet - Transfer time: 5 minute walk.
- I Love Meet & Greet - Transfer time: 3 minute walk.
- APH Meet & Greet - Transfer time: 2 minute walk.
- I Love Meet & Greet Valet - Transfer time: 2 minute walk.
Short Stay Parking at Stansted
The Short Stay car park at Stansted is the best place to drop off and pick up family and friends. Located right next to the terminal building, Stansted Short Stay Parking has different zones, with some a longer walk from the terminal than others.
Picking-up and Dropping off at Stansted Airport
With the introduction of dropping off and picking up charges at the Express Set Down Zone in November 2020, you may prefer to use the Short Stay Car Park, where the charges are cheaper. Just head for the Orange or Green Zones.
Stansted Airport Short Stay parking charges
|Short Stay (Green & Orange zone)
|Up to 30 minutes
|Up to 1 hour
|Up to 2 hours
|Up to 4 hours
|Up to 24 hours
|Each additional 24 hours (no hourly rate)
You can also use the Mid-Stay Car park if you are staying a short period of time. For this, there is a 5 minute transfer on the free shuttle.
|Up to 1 hour
|Up to 2 hours
|Each 24 hours (October - April)
|Each 24 hours (May - September)
Parking for those who haven’t pre-booked
If you were not able to pre-book your Stansted airport car parking, then there are limited spaces available in the Orange, Yellow and Green Zones of the Short Stay Car Park. Likewise, the Mid Stay Car Park accepts vehicles that turn up on the day but again, spaces are limited.
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Stansted Airport Car Parks Map
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History of Stansted Airport
Stansted began life as a bomber airfield and major maintenance depot. The US Air Force built the runway in 1942 and the airport officially opened in 1943 as RAF Stansted Mountfichet. On D-Day in 1944, more than 600 aircraft were led to the beaches of Normandy by bombers that took off from Stansted.
After the war, however, Stansted went into a period of decline as an RAF base and the British Airports Authority took control in 1966, opening a new terminal extension in 1970. A major expansion was proposed in the late 1970s and permission was granted in 1985, with construction beginning in 1986. The state-of-the-art new terminal, designed by Norman Foster, was opened by the Queen in 1991 and was lauded around the world for its design, high energy efficiency, environmental impact and advanced technology.
The new terminal heralded a period of significant growth, spurred by the arrival of budget airlines, most notably Ryanair, who switched its main London base from Luton to Stansted in 1991.
In 2000, work began on Phase 2 of the expansion project, which would see the airport’s capacity increase to 25 million passengers per year. In the summer holiday season of 2007, a record 2.5 million passengers travelled through the airport in August alone.
A new Training and Skills Academy opened in 2008, creating thousands of jobs, and the new arrivals extension to the terminal was completed in the same year.
In 2013, the airport was purchased by the Manchester Airport Group (MAG) for £1.5 billion and Jet2 picked Stansted as its first base in southern England in 2017. The following year, Emirates launched direct flights to Dubai with connections to multiple destinations in Asia and Australasia, and annual passenger numbers reached 27 million.
Stansted has one single-storey terminal, with 100+ check-in desks located at the centre.
Arrivals is on the right-hand side of the terminal, along with a few shops and cafes, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, left luggage and a bag-wrap facility.
The other end of the terminal is the security area, which leads through to a multitude of shops, bars and restaurants and the main departures hall. There is a fast-track security option for those short of time.
Gates 1-19 and 20-39 have their own satellite departure areas, which are reached by automated trams.
Over £150 million has been spent on improvements to the terminal facilities since 2013 and the airport’s owners, MAG, are investing in a total of over £600 million, in the largest rejuvenation project since the terminal opened in 1991.
If you are driving your own vehicle to Stansted, you’ll find a wide range of airport parking options to choose from, both on-airport and off-airport, including the great-value APH Car Park and I Love Meet & Greet valet service.
Over 20 airlines and tour operators are based at Stansted, offering flights to over 200 destinations in over 40 countries – the most European destinations of any UK airport. Popular international destinations include Dublin, Rome, Malaga, Barcelona and Cologne, whereas the top UK destinations are Edinburgh, Belfast and Glasgow. The majority of flights are operated by Ryanair.
As a general guide, you need to be checked in and ready to go through security at least two hours before your scheduled departure time but you should refer to the travel documentation issued by your airline for recommended check-in times.
If you have already checked in online and are travelling with just hand baggage, you can head straight for security to go through to the departures lounge. If you have luggage checked in that needs to go in the hold, you need to first take your bags to your airline’s Bag Drop desks before heading to security.
You can check hand luggage restrictions at home before you pack.
Main travel connections
Located halfway between London and Cambridge, Stansted Airport is just off the M11, less than five miles from Bishop’s Stortford. If you are travelling from London and the South, exit at Junction 8a. If travelling from Cambridge and the North, exit at Junction 8. Then simply follow the signs to the airport.
If you are driving your own car to the airport there is a good range of secure airport parking options to keep your car safe while you are away.
London Stansted Airport postcode: CM24 1RW
London to Stansted Airport is approximately 39 miles / one hour.
Cambridge to Stansted Airport is approximately 27 miles / 35 minutes.
Luton to Stansted Airport is approximately 52 miles / one hour.
Colchester to Stansted Airport is approximately 32 miles / 45 minutes.
Stansted Airport rail station is right under the terminal, just a two-minute walk from the main concourse. Lifts, escalators and ramps are available to help transport luggage.
There are rail services connecting Stansted Airport to all major destinations across the UK, including the half-hourly Stansted Express to London Liverpool Street, which takes 50 minutes.
By coach and bus
There are plentiful bus and coach services to Stansted Airport, including Airport Bus Express and National Express from London and First Essex from destinations in Essex. Stansted Airport coach/bus station is a two-minute walk from the airport terminal. Facilities at the coach/bus station include a coffee shop, newsagent and toilets, as well as a help point.
Airport Bus Express A21 travels between Liverpool Street and Stansted via Stratford.
Airport Bus Express A20 travels between Victoria Coach Station and Stansted via Baker Street/Gloucester Place.
National Express A6 travels between Portman Square and Stansted via Marble Arch, Paddington, Baker Street, St John’s Wood, Finchley Road and Golders Green.
National Express A7 travels between Victoria Coach Station and Stansted via Victoria Train Station, Waterloo, Southwark, Whitechapel, Mile End and Bow.
National Express A8 travels between Kings Cross/St Pancras and Stansted via Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Shoreditch, Bethnal Green and South Hackney.
First Essex X10 travels between Basildon and Stansted via Eastmayne, Wickford Broadway, Runwell, Chelmsford and Barnwell.
First Essex X30 travels between Southend Travel Centre and Stansted via Southend Victoria Centre, Southend Airport, Prittlewell Bell, Westwood Kent Elms Corner, Eastwood Rise, Rayleigh Rail Station, Chelmsford and Barnston Church School.
Free drop-off and pick-up
There is a free drop-off option at the Mid Stay car park, where you can stay for free for up to one hour. After this, the tariff is £5.00 for the second hour and £30.00 thereafter.
The car park operates on Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) and shuttle bus transfers to the terminal depart every 10 minutes, taking around seven minutes.
No return within one hour.
Stansted operates an Express Set Down zone, a few minutes’ walk from the terminal entrance. Just follow the signs once you have arrived at the airport. The charges are as follows:
Express Set Down:
- 0 – 15 minutes £7.00
- over 15 minutes £25.00
Payment is by card or exact change. Vehicles must not be left unattended at any time and returning within half an hour is not permitted.
There are dedicated Blue Badge spaces at the front of the Express Set Down zone.
Residents living within a 10-mile radius of the airport can apply for an Express St Down discount scheme.
The most convenient way to pick someone up at Stansted Airport is to use the Short Stay car park, close to the terminal.
Alternatively, you can stay for up to one hour free of charge in the Mid Stay car park, which is a seven-minute shuttle bus ride from the terminal. Buses depart every 10 minutes. If you stay over one hour but less than two hours, the fee is £5.00. After two hours the fee jumps to £30.00. The car park operates a no-return within a one-hour policy.
Short Stay car park charges
You can turn up and pay on the day in the Orange and Blue zones of the Short Stay car park and in the Green Muti-Storey car park. Walking time to the terminal is between three and seven minutes, depending on which zone you park in.
Short Stay car park charges:
- up to 30 minutes £10.00
- up to one hour £18.00
- 1 – 2 hours £22.00
- 2 – 4 hours £35.00
- up to 24 hours £62.00
- additional 24 hours thereafter £62.00
You can save on the cost by booking your Stansted airport parking in advance.
Beat the queues at security and passport control with Stansted’s Security FastTrack and Passport Control FastTrack passes.
Speed up your journey through to the shops, bars and restaurants of the departures lounge with Security FastTrack. Ideal for those short of time, or families with young children, Security FastTrack can be booked online in advance from £7.00 per person places are limited.
Note that when you make a Security FastTrack booking, you need to choose the time that you expect to arrive at the entrance to the security area.
Opening times: 04:00 – 20:00
Passport Control FastTrack
International passengers arriving at Edinburgh Airport can purchase a Passport Control FastTrack pass to access the dedicated FastTrack lane through Passport Control and avoid any queues for passport checks. Ideal for those travelling without checked-in luggage to collect from baggage reclaim, Passport Control FastTrack helps to speed you through the airport to your onward journey.
Opening times: 07:00 – 01:00
Special assistance and disabled facilities
Special assistance bookings should be made with your airline or travel agent in advance – ideally at the time of booking and at least 48 hours prior to travel. Each airline may have different rules and regulations around booking special assistance. Special assistance services at Stansted are provided by ABM.
Access to the Assistance reception area is level with no doors and there is fixed seating in the area. The reception desk is 100cm/3ft 3in high and has a lowered section, which is 76cm/2ft 6in) high. A portable loop hearing system is available.
The step-free Assistance waiting area in the departures hall is near Gates 40 to 50. The height of the reception desk is 70cm and there is fixed connected seating. A portable hearing loop is available and there are flight departure information boards.
Blue Badge parking bays are available in the Short Stay car parks, in the Orange and Green zones, as well as in the Mid Stay and Long Stay car parks. Assistance is provided in the APH Car Park, which is a Park & Ride, or you may wish to book a Meet & Greet valet service.
For dropping off passengers, there are dedicated Blue Badge spaces at the front of the Express Set Down zone, which costs £7.00 for up to 15 minutes. Payment is by card or exact change. Vehicles must not be left unattended at any time and returning within half an hour is not permitted.
There are unisex accessible toilets throughout the airport, both before security and in the departures hall after security, where there is one located to the right of the Assistance area, as well as one on the walkway leading to the main seating area, between Dune and The Camden Bar & Kitchen.
For arrivals, the accessible toilet is located opposite the reception desk in the arrivals Assistance waiting area.
If you are travelling with your own mobility aid, such as a wheelchair or scooter, you need to inform the airline at the time of booking and advise them of its specifications. You can usually remain in your own mobility equipment up until boarding the aircraft.
Stansted Airport provides a range of accessible transport, including minibuses and Ambulift vehicles, which are used to board and disembark passengers who require full assistance.
Assistance dogs must be registered with the Pet Travel Scheme and must be approved to fly by your airline.
Sunflower lanyards can be collected from the Assistance reception desk. The sunflower lanyard identifies the wearer to airport staff as someone who may need additional help when travelling through the terminal. Depending on availability, passengers with a sunflower lanyard may be able to use the Security FastTrack lane.
You can read more about Special Assistance at Stansted Airport on this AccessAble Guide.
There are baby-changing facilities in both the men’s and ladies’ toilets in the check-in area Zone A. There are also baby changing facilities and a nursing room in the main departure hall, after security, and family rooms near Gates 13, 33/34, 43 and 59. Between Gates 81 to 88 there is a baby change with an accessible toilet.
If you are arriving in Stansted, you’ll find a family room in international baggage reclaim.
Head to the Boots store for all your baby essentials including nappies, formula milk and wet wipes. Available both before and after security.
If you are travelling with a pushchair, you can take it right up to the gate, just before you board your flight, where the staff will take it from you to put in the hold.
Novotel London Stansted Airport Hotel
The Novotel offers eight meeting and conference rooms for groups of two to 250 people, as well as a business centre that is open Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 19:00, with full secretarial and communications services available. The Novotel is situated within the airport perimeter.
Tel: 01279 680 800
Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport
The Radisson Blu Hotel is a two-minute walk from the airport terminal and has 26 event and meeting rooms for groups of up to 400 delegates. WiFi, video conferencing and a fully equipped business centre are all available.
Tel: 01279 661 012
United Business Centre
The United Business Centre, located in Endeavour House and a short drive from the airport terminal, offers fully equipped meeting rooms for groups of two to 30 delegates. A courtesy car is available upon request to collect delegates from the airport. Endeavour House is close to Junction 8a of the M11 motorway. The centre is open Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 18:00.
Tel: 01908 357822
Relax in the comfortable environment of the Escape Lounge, while you wait for your flight. Enjoy unlimited hot and soft drinks, a selection of wines, beers and spirits, complimentary WiFi, mobile charging points and freshly prepared hot and cold food.
Opening times: 04:00 – 19:00
Price from £29.99 per adult
Once you have cleared security and passed through Duty-Free, the entrance to the Escape Lounge is between Coast to Coast and Pret a Manger.
You’ll find a multi-faith prayer room both before and after security. Before security, this is located opposite the Zone A check-in area. After security, it is near the Escape Lounge in the main departure hall.
Both rooms are open 24 hours and ritual washing facilities are provided next to each room.
Stansted Airport also has a Chaplaincy that offers pastoral care and support to passengers and staff. Just look for their purple chaplains lanyards.
Chaplaincy tel: 07878 176551
Chaplaincy email: email@example.com
Food and drink
There are plenty of refreshment places at Stansted Airport where you can grab a coffee to go, sit down to a pub lunch, snack on healthy sushi, or munch on Lebanese mezze.
Bottega Prosecco Bar & Caffè
Premium beverages and Mediterranean nibbles
04:00 – 20:00
100% beef flame-grilled burgers
04:00 – 22:00
Local craft ales, salads, snacks and more
The Camden Bar & Kitchen
Camden Town craft beers and pub classics
03:30 – 20:00
Authentic Lebanese mezze and more
04:00 – 19:00
Italian coffee, sandwiches and pastries
Harris + Hoole
Top-quality coffee with beans sourced direct from farmers
03:00 – 21:00
Healthy noodles, sushi and salads
JD Wetherspoon – The Windmill
Pub favourites for all the family
03:00 – 22:00
Joe & The Juice
Healthy and creative juice mixes
03:00 – 22:00
Mediterranean, healthy fast food
05:00 – 22:00
Bar inspired by the migratory flights of birds
Pret a Manger
Barista drinks, wraps, baguettes and pastries
Sunny Side Cafe
All-day brunch to kick-start the holiday vibes
Terracotta Italian Kitchen
Italian treats, from pizza and pasta to gelato
There are several designated smoking zones outside of the terminal before you go through security. No smoking is permitted at all within the terminal building, including e-cigarettes, and there are no smoking zones after security.
You’ll find free drinking water fountains and free water refill stations in the terminal, as follows:
- international departure hall, behind Pret a Manger
- near Gates1-19 and Gates 40-59
- passport control
- international baggage reclaim, near belt 9
- international arrivals hall
Stansted World Duty-Free offers a Click & Collect service, whereby you can place your order up to 72 hours before your flight departure time, and collect it before you board.
You can also have your purchases kept for you to collect on your return into Stansted, with Shop Now, Collect on Return. Your items will be available for you to collect from the collection point at Excess Baggage, next to international arrivals.
All airlines flying from Stansted allow passengers to take one standard shopping bag of airport shopping on board, in addition to the standard hand baggage allowance.
Opening times: 03:00 – 22:00
- Discover Gourmet
- Glorious Britain
- JD Sports
- M&S Simply Food
- Sunglasses Boutique
- Ted Baker
- The Body Shop
- Tommy Hilfiger
There is mobile device charging points in most bars and restaurants, as well as in some seating areas in the departures hall.
EV charging points
There is an EV charging point at the Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport, with one device and two connectors.
Postcode: CM24 1PP.
Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the airport terminal and in the airport lounges. Simply select the “_FreeWiFi” network on your device.
Alternatively, you can choose to upgrade to a pay-as-you-go 10 x faster speed service, which is suitable for gaming and streaming, for £1.00.
You’ll find luggage trolleys available in designated areas of the terminal, in the car parks and in coach and rail stations. You will need a £1.00 coin, a 1-euro coin, or a $0.25 coin, which is refundable when you return the trolley to a designated trolley area.
You can store your bags with Luggage-Point at Stansted Airport, which also offers a bag wrapping service, shipping, dry-cleaning and lost property service.
Landside, international arrivals, after customs
Currency exchange at Stansted Airport is operated by Travelex. You can pre-order your currency and collect it from the Travelex store at the airport.
You can also purchase a Travelex Money Card, which is available for use in ten different currencies and locks in the exchange rate.
The Travelex Buy Back Plus scheme means you can exchange any leftover currency with them after your trip, for the same rate as you bought it.
If you leave any items behind on the aircraft, then you need to get in contact with the airline directly. If you lose any items within the airport, you can contact the lost property provider, Excess Baggage, as follows:
- Excess Baggage Airport Services Desk
- International arrivals, landside after customs
- Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00
You can also register lost items at lostproperty.org.
Assistance is available by using any of the help points situated throughout the airport, including the Short Stay car parks and Express Set Down zone.
The airport information desk is in the international arrivals area and is open 24 hours for assistance with general enquiries and flight information.