to the airport
Close, convenient and competitively priced; this perfectly sums up the new JetParks 2 car park, formerly Airparks. You park your own car and keep your keys, giving you complete control and then simply transfer to the terminal. Transfers run to all three terminals 24 hours a day, every 15 minutes and only take five minutes. While you're away, your car will be well looked after by the 24 hour patrols and CCTV. It's no wonder why this is one of our top Manchester Airport parking picks.
Need to know
Drive up to the barrier and your numberplate will automatically be recognised
Park your car and keep hold of your keys
Catch the shuttle bus to the airport. It runs to all terminals, takes 5-12 minutes and runs 24 hours a day.
The car park is secured by:
- 'Park Mark" awarded
- 24-hour patrols
The car park has designated Blue Badge bays, which are all signposted. They work on a first come first served basis and you'll need to display your badge whilst you're away.
The transfer buses are also wheelchair accessible.
The small print
Early or late? The car park offers a grace period of six hours at their discretion. Any longer than this and you'll be charged the car park's standard rate of £15 per 24 hours. This is subject to change.
Returning to a different terminal? Don't worry this car park runs shuttles from all terminals. On your way to the airport ask your bus driver where to go on your return.
Most standard cars (without trailers/not commercial vehicles) will be accepted at the car park as long as they fit in a standard-size parking bay (2.4m x 4.8m).
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Getting to and from Manchester airport
Getting to the airport
Drive up to the barrier, which will recognise your number plate and rise automatically. If the barrier doesn't raise, press the intercom for assistance and quote your reference number.
Don't press the green flashing button as this is for customers who haven't booked.
After parking your car, board a shuttle bus to the terminal. These run 24 hours a day, take 5-12 minutes and run every 15 minutes.
Returning to the car park
After you've collected your luggage, catch the bus to the car park. You'll find your car waiting where you left it. Get in and drive to the barrier
If you have any problems, press the intercom for help.
If you've stayed longer than you booked for you will need to pay for the extra time.
We had a long wait 30/40 mins for our bus back to Jet Park 1 when we were tired at the end of our journey, 12:10 pm yesterdayMr W?r (Jetparks)
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