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How do Airports Cater for Disabled Parking - Part 2

Stanstead Airport Short Stay

Car park prices are displayed clearly at the car park entrance.

Blue/orange badge parking is available in zone D which is located close to the terminal building.

A help point is situated close to the parking bays in zone D should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

If you wish to park in the blue/orange badge space but need to take your badge abroad, please contact the car park operator via the help button on the entry barrier.

You must pay for car park tickets at the customer service kiosks or automatic payment machines before returning to your car. Payment machines are located in baggage reclaim and in the car park close to the disabled bays. If you cannot reach the ticket/payment slot, please press the help button.

Mid-Stay

The mid stay car park (Eparking) is situated just over a mile from the terminal building, all transfer coaches are free of charge and wheelchair accessible. Please allow at least 20 minutes to transfer to the terminal building.

Blue Badge parking spaces are situated close to the coach pick up shelters, the shelters also have help buttons.

On arrival at the terminal the coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you from the coach. Help phones are situated outside each of the revolving entry doors should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

On your return, the transfer coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you onto the coach which will transfer you back to the mid stay car park.

Long Stay

On-airport long stay car park (Pink Elephant) is situated approximately four miles from the terminal building. All transfer coaches are free of charge and wheelchair accessible. Please allow at least 45 minutes to transfer to the terminal building.

Orange/Blue Badge parking spaces are situated close to the coach pick up shelters, the shelters also have help buttons.

On arrival at the terminal the coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you from the coach. Help phones are situated outside each of the revolving entry doors should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

The transfer coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist onto the coach which will transfer you back to the long stay car park.

For more information visit the Parking4less Stansted Airport Parking page


MaNCHESTER AiRPORT Short Stay

Prices are displayed clearly at all car park entrances.

Special Disabled Parking Bays are available in the short stay car parks, located adjacent to the lifts.

Wheelchair assistance is provided by the airlines, arrangements should be requested at the time of booking your flight or holiday. If you wish to park in a disabled bay but take your badge with you on you journey, please contact the call centre on 0161 489 3723 to make arrangements.

Long Stay

On-airport at Premier Park with Orange/Blue Badge parking spaces situated close to the coach pick up shelters. A frequent courtesy bus with wheelchair access runs between the car park and all the terminals. Once you have pre-booked you can convert your booking to the short stay car park at no extra charge by ringing 0161 489 3723. You will be required to provide your flight details, dates of travel, car registration number and disabled badge number.

Off-airport at Airparks Services with transfers operating 24 hours per day taking approximately 20 minutes. All buses have disabled access.

For more information visit the Parking4less Manchester Airport Parking page


Luton AiRPORT Short Stay

There are dedicated disabled parking bays for Blue Disabled Badge holders at the front of the Short Term Car Park. Free parking is allowed for the first 60 minutes. Any overstay will result in the full payment being required from the time of arrival in the car park.

Customers wishing to claim the free 60 minutes should present their disabled parking badge at the NCP desk within the terminal building for validation. The disabled parking clock must remain on show within the vehicle.

Passenger Assistance Telephones are available should further assistance be required.

Mid Stay

The Mid Stay car park is suited to stays of up to 5 days and has designated disabled bays. A fully accessible bus service is provided for transport to the terminal. Their drivers welcome the opportunity to assist disabled customers to board and disembark the buses on request. A Special Assistance Help Point is available enabling disabled customers to call for free assistance.

Long Stay

On-airport the Long Stay car park also welcomes disabled drivers. A fully accessible bus service is provided for transport to the terminal. Airport drivers welcome the opportunity to assist disabled customers to board and disembark the buses on request. There is also a Special Assistance Help Point enabling disabled passengers to call for free assistance.

Off-airport at Airparks Services with transfers operating 24 hours a day. All of the Airparks Services buses have disabled access.

For more information visit the Parking4less Luton Airport Parking page

If you want to find out more information about the motoring needs of disabled drivers visit Aiding Mobility.


 
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