Humberside Airport Arrivals

Humberside airport arrivals

When your flight lands at Humberside airport you have a variety of options – you can wait at a pick-up point if you have arranged for a driver to collect you, or you can make use of the airport’s impressive public transport links. Use the guidance on this page to choose the transport method that suits you; you can also read the live feed for the latest information on inbound flights, or type your details into the form on the right.

Picking up an arrival – how to get to the airport

You’ve agreed to collect a friend or family member from Humberside airport – now you need to know how to get there. Fortunately, Humberside airport is well connected to a series of motorways, so your journey should be relatively quick and straightforward.

The airport is located just off the A18, and is three miles from junction 5 of the M180. You’ll be able to get close using the M18, M62, M1, A1 and the Humber Bridge, meaning drivers from all around the UK have easy access.

For specific directions sat nav users can input the postcode: DN39 6YH to their device. We also have a directions to Humberside airport page, to help you to plan the best route, along with the map below.

Parking at Humberside airport

Humberside airport advises drivers picking up arrivals from inbound flights to use Short-Stay car park 1, which is just a quick walk from the terminal building. You can stay for up to 15 minutes free-of-charge at this car park, after which charges are as follows:

  • One-hour - £4.50*
  • One to two hours - £8.50*
  • Two to five hours - £15.00*

*Prices shown correct as of August 28, 2013.

Public transport from Humberside airport

It’s not always possible to get collected from the airport: your partner could be working, or your parents visiting friends. If you choose to leave via public transport you can take advantage of a selection of options, including taxis just outside the terminal and a nearby railway station.

The services listed below are all available at Humberside airport:

  • Train. The nearest railway station is Barnetby, and as it’s just three miles away you can get there quickly and cheaply by taxi. You can then catch a TransPennine Express train to destinations like Sheffield and Manchester, or an East Midlands Trains carriage to stations like Loughborough.
  • Bus. Humber Flyer stagecoaches run from Monday to Saturday, and can take you from the airport to Barton, Hull, Grimsby and Cleethorpes. Hornsby Travel also operates a Number 68 Wolds Villager bus from the airport to Brigg and Barnetby.
  • Taxi. Taxis are always a comfy, convenient option. You can find official Cable Taxis at an office in the terminal building, or can book in advance.

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