Manchester Airport Parking Terminal 1,2,3 – Compare & Save On Car Parking
Manchester airport is one of busiest airports outside of the capital City, with over 22 million passengers passing through terminals 1,2 and 3 each year.
More than 100 airlines operate at the airport flying to 220 international destinations, more than any other UK airport.
During 2009 Manchester airport won one of the most notable aviation industry awards, “UK Airport of the year” this was awarded by the British Travel awards,
this was one of many awards the Airport has won in 2010.
To book Manchester airport parking and reserve your parking space, enter your travel dates and times in the search box to receive quotes from multiple companies.
Top Tips For Manchester Airport Parking
- Know before you go: It’s always worth scoping out the car park before traveling. With our handy car park pages you can view the car park site with street view and google maps before you arrive.
- Vehicle Restrictions Make sure you check the car park vehicle restrictions, your car might be to big for a normal car parking space or trailers might not be allowed.
- Bring Paperwork: If you’ve got access to a printer, make sure you print out the booking reference as you may need this to enter the car park.
- Good Time Keeping: Try to make sure your not late if your using an Off-Airport service, remember if the car park is located some distance from the airport the shuttle bus could take some time.
Which Meet and Greet car parking service do we recommend?
If you want to take the hassle out of car parking then we think the Meteor Meet & Greet service is an option you will simply love. Upon arrival a chauffeur will meet you at the Terminal building or a desired location then safely drive your vehicle back to a secure car parking site located a short distance from Manchester Airport. When returning from your flight a chauffeur will meet you at an agreed location, usually in front of the terminal building with your car, it cant get any simpler! Look out for this option when you search for a quote on Parkat, it’s one of our most popular options.
The Meteor Meet & Greet service car park site holds the Safer Parking Award also known as the Park Mark Award which will give you that extra piece of mind knowing that your car is extra secure while you are holidaying.
Which Manchester Airport Park and Ride service do we recommend?
One of our favourite park and ride services at Manchester Airport is operated by APH, the car park site is situated around 3 miles from the Airport, but don’t worry APH runs a regular shuttle bus which takes around 15 minutes to transfer you to and from the Airport. the shuttle transfer service runs frequently every 5 minutes and takes you directly to the Airport terminal.
The car park site is highly secure with regular 24 hour security patrols, CCTV and much much more, the site also has disabled toilets.
What service do we recommend for Disabled Customers?
When preforming a search for Airport parking, we list important security features about each car park, look out for car parks which have disabled facilities, they will be more friendly for wheel chair users who require ramps and other special access.
Official Manchester airport Long Stay and Manchester airport Short Stay car parking
Manchester Airport has an official On-Airport Short and Long Stay car parking option which is highly secure and located very closed to the terminal building, it is also within walking distance to the terminal but a free transfer shuttle bus is avaliable which takes around 5 minutes. Short stay and Long stay operate at the following Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
Manchester Airport Lounges, a little bit of luxury! to combine with cheap airport parking
Manchester Airport is one of the busiest Airports in the world with 3 different Terminals it can get rather busy and stressful, why not put up your feet and read the latest news or catch a quick bite to eat in one of the relaxing lounges at the Airport, don?t worry they aren’t that expensive, for under £10 you could get access with a wide range of free services.
Which ever Manchester airport parking provider you choose we are always here to help, so drop us an email if you are struggling to choose a car park.
Disabled Blue Badge Parking
Disabled passengers flying through manchester airport have several car parking options to choose from where they can use the blue badge.
Multi-Storey parking has placed the disabled bays next to the lift which makes it easier for travellers using wheelchairs. Short term parking also has lifts next to the disabled parking bays
The other off-airport car parks we compare don’t all have disabled facilities so make sure you check each one carefully .
Manchester Airport accommodates disabled travellers and persons with reduced mobility, hopefully making the journey a positive experience with no problems. Please check the following information below which you may find useful before arriving at the Airport.
Help at the Car Park
Passengers who need help from the car park, will need to contact the car parking company prior to arriving so the staff will be ready to help. The majority of the car parks have special disabled spaces.
If you require help getting onto the aircraft you must discuss this with your travel agent or the airline before arriving so the correct support will be ready in time.
Help at the Airport
Persons requiring assistance at the Airport will need to contact OCS before arriving or when you arrive at the Airport by locating a blue help point, these are located at the entrances.
Don’t worry OCS have experience in helping passenger with different types of mobility restrictions and have specialist equipment and can also provide customers with a wheelchair.
Manchester Airport allow guide and hearing dogs, but these are the only dogs allowed into the Terminal Building except for those animals traveling on flights, they must comply with the Pets Travel Scheme.
Return Journey Help
You must notify OCS if you need accessibility help when returning from your journey, please notify the Airport craft or locate a blue help point at the nearest point.
Travel, holiday information
Industrial heritage: Ancoats:
Ancoats is an inner city
area in Manchester – Near the Northern Quarter.
Known asthe workshop of the world, Ancoats had once been home to many mills and complexes. From as early as the 18th century the work done here
involved spinning cotton, manufacturing glass and even chemical
Location details can be found here
Museum of science and industry:
MOSI is devoted to the local Manchester heritage as well as
the development of technology, science and evolving industry. Located at
one of the oldest surviving railway stations spanning across 5 listed
buildings it has a large variety of stories to tell both about the
present, past and future.
One of the most historic peices
of history Manchester has to offer. This was the site of the 79AD Roman
Mamuciun. This is where the name Manchester was derived from. The area
is surrounded by the river Irwell, Quay Street, Deansgate and Chester
Road. It is also home to the Bridgewater canal, the world’s first
industrial canal which was built in 1764.
Wheel of Manchester
The Manchester wheel,
situated at the heart of the city centre boosts spectacular views of the
surrounding areas. The 60m high ride in the sky is quite an
All of the attractions above are a within a short distance drive from the Airport, so what ever car parking option you choose you wont be far away, we don’t want you to miss your flight.