Cheapest airport car parks revealed
A new study from My Late Deals found business travellers flying from London City airport are paying more than 4 times the amount in parking costs than those flying from Edinburgh airport.
My Late Deals compared the cost of parking a car for two weeks (between August 5th and 19th) at 22 of the UK’s busiest airports.
The most expensive airport parking was found at London City airport where the cheapest space costs £196.50 for a two-week stay. The least expensive airport parking was found at Edinburgh, costing £43.99. That’s a difference of £152.51.
Following closely behind Edinburgh with the 2nd cheapest official car parking space is East Midlands airport where a two-week space costs £58.49.
Interestingly, the cheapest airport parking available at London Gatwick varied depending on the terminal. The cheapest car parking space for the north came in at £112.00 and you’ll pay £3.00 more for the cheapest space if flying from the South.
Unsurprisingly, most of the London airport car parks featured in the top ten most expensive list. However, Stansted was the exception with car parking costs listed as the third cheapest.
The average car parking rate for the cheapest space at an official airport car park for two weeks came in at £88.34.
According to the research, the most expensive airport parking can be found at:
London City - £196.50 Gatwick/South Terminal - £115.00 Gatwick/North Terminal - £112.00 Southend - £104.99 Manchester - £101.99 Liverpool - £97.99 Heathrow - £97.40 Luton - £93.99 Cardiff - £91.00 Bristol - £90.99
The least expensive airport parking can be found at:
Edinburgh - £43.99 East Midlands - £58.49 Stansted - £59.99 Doncaster Sheffield - £62.49 Belfast International - £62.99 Belfast City - £65.99 Leeds Bradford - £66.00 Glasgow - £66.87 Southampton - £69.00 Birmingham - £69.99
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Chanelle McGarry .