Long Stay Terminal 5 HeathrowBrand New Parking Service
- 83 Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5 ratings have an average of
- Terminal : 5
- Transfer time : 5-7 mins
- Distance to airport : On airport
- Park Mark Award : Yes
- Disabled Facilities : Yes
The popularity of this on-airport car park could have something to do with Long Stay terminal 5's low price' or the fact that it's just five to seven minutes from the terminal, with transfers every 10 minutes. It could be the award-winning security features, which include frequent patrols by security staff, CCTV, barriers and a fence. Maybe it's the excellent service that our customers keep telling us about. Then again, it might be all of the above maybe all of them ...
Reasons to book Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5
- • Heathrow airport's own Terminal 5 parking for less than a fiver a day!
- • Park your car and keep your keys.
- • Car park is manned 24hrs, frequently patrolled and enclosed by security fencing.
Security at Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5
Car park is manned 24hrs, frequently patrolled and enclosed by security fencing. Comprehensive CCTV in place. This car park has been awarded the Park Mark for safer parking. The Park Mark means that you are parking in an area that has been vetted by the police to make sure that the site has had measures put in place to create a safe environment. Park Mark awarded parking areas are run by responsible operators who are concerned with your safety and the safety of your vehicle.
- • Park Mark Award for safer parking
- • Security barrier for restricted access
- • CCTV coverage of the car park
- • Full security fencing of the perimeter
- • Regular staff security patrols
Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5 Transfers
Bus transfers are included in the price and are available 24 hours a day. Transfers run every 10 minutes between 5.30am and 11.30pm and take five to seven minutes. Outside of these times, you can request a transfer by using the intercoms on the bus stops at the terminal, or on the intercom on the barrier on your way into the car park.
Transfer hours: 24 hours a day.
Disabled facilities: There are parking bays for Blue Badge holders near the bus stops. The transfer buses are wheelchair-accessible.
Arrival and Departure Procedures
Arrival: The car park has an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system, so make sure you enter your vehicle registration number correctly when you make your booking.
At the entry barrier, the machine will read and recognise your registration number. A ticket will be printed showing your registration number and booking reference and the barrier will open. Park in the zone indicated. If you experience any difficulties or the barrier does not raise, press the call button for help.
If you are arriving between 11.30pm and 5.30am, you will need to request a transfer by the intercom at the barrier on your way in. Otherwise, transfers run every ten minutes without request.
Departure: Transfers run back to the terminal every 10 minutes between 5.30am and 11.30pm. Outside of these hours, you will need to summon the transfer bus from the intercom on the bus stop.
Back at the car park, drive to the exit barrier. If your booking reference is not printed on the ticket, or you experience any difficulties, press the call button for help.
However, if your booking reference is printed on the ticket, simply drive up to the exit barrier and insert the ticket you were given when you came into the car park - the barrier will raise.
Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5 Address
Heathrow Long Stay T5
Northern Perimeter Road