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Bradley airport parking: How to book it and how much does it cost?

Located in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Bradley International Airport offers both long-term and short-term parking options within the airport grounds. Inexpensive long-term lots offer free shuttle service and thousands of parking spaces. Learn more in this article about the options and rates as of 01.07.11.

Short-term parking options

The attached, covered parking garage provides parking spaces for 3,500 vehicles. The covered parking is more expensive, but it's also most convenient with covered pedestrian walkways leading right to the terminal located 100 yards away. Advanced reservations are available through Hartford.clickandpark.com for a $2 service fee. Short-term garage Short-term garage parking is found near Terminal A. Rates in this garage begin at $2.50 for up to 30 minutes, $4.50 for up to an hour, $6.25 for an 61 to 90 minutes and $1 for each 30 minutes after that. There is a daily maximum of $24 in this short-term garage. Lot B Lot B also offers short-term Bradley International Airport parking and offers sidewalks leading to Terminal A. Hourly rates in lot B are $2.50 for the first 30 minutes, $4.50 for 31 to 60 minutes, $.6.25 for 61 to 90 minutes, and $7.25 for 91 to 120 minutes. If you stay for longer than two hours, you pay a daily charge of $8.

Long-term parking options

Long-term garage Rates are at $2.50 for up to 30 minutes, $4.50 for 31 to 60 minutes, $6.25 for 61 to 90 minutes and $1 per 30 minutes after that. The daily rate is a maximum of $20 and the weekly rate applies to stays of at least four days and costs $75. Long-term lot B Lot B offers long-term parking at the same rates found with their short-term parking. The only difference is that those parking for at least six days pay a weekly charge of $48. Long-term lot 1 Long-term lot 1 features free shuttle bus service to Terminal A. Rates are at $4 for one hour, $5 for two hours, $6 for up to 3 hours and $1 for each additional hour. The daily maximum cost is $11, and the weekly charge for a stay of at least five days is $55. Economy lots There are two economy lots providing free shuttle service to Terminal A. Both cost $4 for one hour or $5 for up to two hours. Lot 3 charges $6 for the up to three hours, and then progresses into a daily maximum of $7.50 or a weekly fee of $45 for stays of at least six days. Lot 4 offers a daily maximum of $6 and a weekly maximum of $36 for stays of at least six days.

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