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A passenger's guide to parking at Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport offers you three main car parking options. You may choose between long stay parking, short stay parking and valet parking. You can either book in advance or use the parking services upon your arrival at the Gatwick Airport. Find out more about your car parking options.

Long stay parking

Long stay parking overview
If you are travelling for more than a couple of days, you should definitely consider using the long term car parking.
You may choose between the long stay parking at South Terminal and the long stay parking at North Terminal.
In the Long Stay parking at South Terminal, you can park your vehicle at the Long Stay South Terminal or at the Long Stay Plus Gatwick.
You will find the Long Stay South Terminal next to the South terminal and you have to pack your car by yourself. Other features
On the other hand, you will find Long Stay Plus Gatwick much more closer to the South terminal, you car will be parked for you and it is only 3 minutes tops to the South terminal.
In the Long Stay parking at North Terminal, you can choose between the Summer Special Parking Gatwick or the Gatwick Long Stay North parking.
In both parking lots, you will find a mini bus to and from the airport’s North terminal.

Short stay parking

Short stay parking overview
If you are dropping off or picking up a passenger to the airport park your vehicle in one of the Short Stay car parks.
Again you can select between Short Stay car parks at the South Terminal and Short Stay car parks at the North Terminal.

Valet parking

Final word
If you prefer the convenience of Gatwick's Valet Parking, you can find one both at North and South terminal.
At the South terminal, follow the signs to the valet reception on level two of the short stay car park.
Upon your return, do not forget to call the valet service from the arrival hall and they will bring your car exactly where you left it.
At the North terminal, follow the signs up to the valet reception on level three of the short stay car park, where you will drop off and pick up your car as well.

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