to the airport
Excellent value for money
Luton Mid Term Parking is not a car park for people who like to wait around. It's just five minutes from the terminal, and the shuttle bus to and from check-in runs every 10 minutes. If you do have to wait at the bus stop, you could pass the time by playing 'count the security features' - there are entry and exit barriers, regular patrols, lighting and a fence. But you'll never reach the end of the game - Mid Stay customers are always at check-in before they can say 'Hey, that was quick.'
The car park which I've booked in was closed on the day of my travel. I've received the information about it and new parking procedures via email about half an hour later than my plane's landed at the destination. It caused some confusion for somebody who used this airport (Luton) first time. The exit procedures also didn't work well - the barrier wouldn't lift up autoatically unless I pay over pounds for one week stay, when the price for online booking is 10 times less. I had to spent 10 min at the barrier to deal with customer service to get out - I can't believe that in 21 century using computers we are unable to copy one data base (mid stay car park) into another one (car park 1) to allow smooth and stressfree operation. This is piece of joke.Mr Chochor (Mid Term)
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Park a short walk from the terminal and keep your keys while you're away.
At this car park you get to park yourself and keep your keys which means it's completely contact-free - no buses, just walk to the terminal.
Need to know
The Mid Stay is in the airport grounds. When you get to the car park pass through the security barriers and find a space. Your car will stay there while you're away as you keep your keys.
From there, walk to the terminal in 8-10 minutes.
The car park has designated Blue Badge bays - you will just need to display your badge while you're away.
If you are taking your Blue Badge with you on holiday, you will need to let the parking team at the car park know.
The car park is secured by:
- Perimeter fencing
- Regular patrols
- Entry and exit barriers
The small print
Government regulations require passengers at the airport to wear a face covering. Remember to bring a face covering and have it on before you get there. You'll need one for each member of your party.
Due to the ongoing redevelopment works at Luton Airport, travelling to the airport may take longer than normal, particularly at peak times.
The peak travel times are all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday and between 4am and 9am, 1pm and 3pm and 5pm and 7pm on other days.
Help us go green! There's no need to print out your booking confirmation, show it on your mobile device.
Early or late? The car park offers a grace period of 1 hour at their discretion. Any longer than this and you'll be charged the car park's standard rate of £32 per day. This is subject to change.
If you have an electric vehicle and need a charging point there are 5 Tesla charge points and 5 type 2 tethered points in the Multi Storey car park nearby. They are free to use, but you'll have to pay for your time in the car park.
Most standard cars (not lorries) will be accepted at the car park as long as they fit in a standard-size parking bay (2.4m x 4.8m).
Getting to and from Luton airport
Arriving at the car park
When you arrive at the car park, your car will be identified by the number plate recognition system so that you can enter through the barriers easily. You'll be issued with a ticket from the machine. Keep it safe - you'll need it to get out of the car park.
From the car park you can walk to the terminal in less than 10 minutes.
Returning to the car park
Walk back to the car park to pick up your car.
Drive to the exit barrier – insert your ticket and the barrier will lift to let you out.
Luton On Airport Mid Term Parking Address
Mid Stay Parking,
London Luton airport,
* Prices quoted are based on parking from the 24-04-2021 untill the 01-05-2021, valid as of 22-02-2021