Terminal Car Park 2
Terminal Car Park 2 is an official car park at London Luton Airport. It is within walking distance of the terminal and provides secure parking with CCTV, 24/7 patrols and entry and exit barries.
Need to Know
Drive to the barrier and your number plate will be recognised. The entry barrier will lift automatically, so you can drive in and park in any space - you can even keep hold of your keys while you're away. From the car park it's a 3 to 6 minute walk to the terminal.
On your return walk back to the car park from the terminal. Collect your car and drive to the exit barrier which will lift automatically. If it doesn't rise, press the intercom button for assistance and quote your reference number.
There are designated Blue Badge bays, which work on a first come, first served basis. You'll need to display your badge while you're away.
If you are taking your Blue Badge with you on holiday, you will need to inform the parking team at the car park so that they are aware.
The car park is secured by:
- Regular staff patrols
- Entry and exit barriers
- Park Mark awarded
The Small Print
Early or late? If you park longer than booked you'll be charged the car park's standard rate of £58. Please note this is subject to change.
Help us go green! There's no need to print out your booking confirmation, just show it on your mobile device or even better try out our handy app.
Most standard cars (without trailers/not commercial vehicles) will be accepted at the car park as long as they fit under the 2.1m barrier and fit in a standard-size parking bay (2.4m x 4.8m).
You will receive a booking voucher containing the car park's address and telephone number, along with any relevant instructions and directions, upon confirming your reservation.
To view the location of the car park, please see the map on the website.
- 24 Hour
- Barrier Entry
- Park Mark Award
- Disabled Parking
- Height Restriction
- Indoor Storage
- Keep your Car Keys
- Anti-Covid Measures
Saturday, October 3, 2020
Instructions say you just drive up to the barrier and reg. no. recognition system opens the barrier. This didn't happen to us so we had to take a ticket and I was worried that we would have a problem when we got back, but we just put the ticket in the machine at the ticket barrier and it opened. That was my only issue and now I know for future reference. Cost of parking was more than the total return airfare for 2 people to Belgrade
Tuesday, September 8, 2020