Short Stay & Long Stay Parking at Heathrow
Long Stay & Short Stay
Heathrow has a designated drop-off zone allowing you to take loved ones to the airport, however, you are not permitted to pick passengers up outside any of the 5 terminals at Heathrow.
Picking-up at Heathrow: If you're picking up passengers at Heathrow Airport you should use the Short Stay car parks at each of the terminals. The Short Stay prices are not out of range they are affordable check our price table.
Alternatively the Long Stay car park is free for 2 hours. It is worth noting that re-entry to Heathrow Long Stay Parking is prohibited within 24 hours.
Dropping-off at Heathrow: There are designated drop-off zones at all terminals. Follow the signs for departures and use the outside lane for drop-offs. This will help traffic move more smoothly. Heathrow can get very busy, so if you'd prefer a less hurried farewell, you'd be best to use the Short Stay car park.
Park and ride
The cheapest way to park without facing any inconvenience is Park and ride. Drive your car to a parking compound near Gatwick airport and after parking your car in the reserved secure place, ride on the shuttle bus that brings you back to your terminal without any waste of time. Let We Deal Meet and Greet find the cheapest park and ride service for you.
Long stay parking
No matter for how long you are going away, We Deal Meet and Greet has got it covered for you. Don't worry while planning a long holiday trip because we provide you with a safe parking place for your long stay. When you book Long stay parking at Gatwick with us, you can enjoy your luxurious trip and make full out of it while being assured that your car is being taken care of.
M23 is main route to the Gatwick Airport. While you are coming from motorway M23, you can enter the airport from junction 9A. It is just one mile away from main M23 motorway. The M23 meets the London's orbital motorway M25, 9 miles north, and it leads you to the most part of the London.
You can also take the A23 for the alternative route. A 23 has Horley and Redhill on its north and Crawley and Brighton on its south.