How does IND’s new parking complex compare to other parking facilities worldwide? Upon arrival and departure from any airport, the quality of your experience getting to and from the airport is fundamental to the overall experience of travelling. In this case, ease of parking, should you need it, is a very important factor.
We’ve put together a list of some of the world’s most popular airports and the best choices in their parking facilities:
Being the busiest airport on the planet, accommodating 95 million passengers (260,000 per day), Hartfield – Jackson International Airport in Atlanta requires a huge amount of parking spaces. Thankfully, it has many options. The main parking facilities are on-site and are provided by the airport, however these car parks are often full and customers are forced to seek alternative car parks. There are many in the surrounding area including Park ‘N Go ATL and Peachy Airport Parking.
London Heathrow Airport
London Heathrow is the busiest airport in Europe and 3rd busiest in the world. Situated a few miles south of London, Heathrow is a bustling hub connecting North America with Europe. It goes without saying, therefore, that decent parking facilities are essential. Heathrow has plenty of parking options, both on-site and off-site. On-site airport run parking is all first come first serve as they do not take bookings, however, for longer term options, off-site parking is your only options, nevertheless, the options are many.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool airport is a relatively small airport compared to other UK airports, however it regularly flys to Ireland making it a popular airport both sides of the Irish Sea. Located on the outskirts of south Liverpool, this quaint little airport has plenty of short and long term arking options. Parking for liverpool airport is easy to locate and is as cheap as long term parking in the city. Parks such as iPark and Sky Park are both decent choices.