Long Stay Parking
Heathrow Long Stay Parking is great if you're going away for a couple of days or more. And it's perfect for holidays or longer trips too. So fly from any Heathrow terminal and enjoy free transfers – spot-on if you prefer to drive your own car to the airport, rather than dealing with a minicab.
Catch a shuttle bus - they run every 10 minutes to each terminal, and the transfer takes as little as 3 minutes. (Average journey times Terminal 2: 10.7 minutes; Terminal 3: 18 minutes; Terminal 4: 5.04 minutes; Terminal 5: 7.56 minutes).
Thousands of people each year enjoy a better holiday by letting us care for their vehicle. You'll know your car is safe at Heathrow long-term, because all official car parks feature:
- Frequent patrols
- Security fencing
- CCTV coverage
- Park Mark aware for safety and security.
You'll find the Long Stay Car Park for Terminals 2 and 3 on the Eastern Perimeter Road. Find it by satnav – latitude: +51.47676 longitude: -0.42088.
Terminal 4's Long Stay Car Park is just off the Southern Perimeter Road. Find it by satnav – latitude: +51.45533 longitude: -0.44848.
The Long Stay Car Park for Terminal 5 is on the Northern Perimeter Road next to Business Parking (Terminals 2 and 3). Satnav coordinates for this car park are latitude: +51.47986 longitude: -0.46902.
Book Heathrow Long Stay Parking for your trip, or simply drive up to any Heathrow long term car park when you arrive at the airport.
- First day: £27.30
- 0-2 hours: Free
- Each additional 24-hour period or part thereof: £21.60
Peak drive-up prices
Applicable on these dates in 2017: 1 April to 17 April; 21 July - 28 August; 20 December - 31 December
- First day: £31.40
- 0-2 hours: Free
- Each additional 24-hour period or part thereof: £24.80
Pick-up and drop-off
Members of the public can use the Long Stay car park for two hours free of charge. Re-entry to Heathrow Long Stay parking is prohibited within 24 hours. This facility is not available to private hire and trade vehicles. Upon exit, the barriers will read your ticket or registration number. For stays of over two hours the standard Short Stay tariffs will apply.
Private hire and trade vehicles should use the Authorised Vehicle Area (AVA). This is a dedicated area for private hire vehicles where you can wait for passengers prior to picking up from a short stay car park and meeting at an agreed location within the terminal.Back to top