London Heathrow Terminal 3 serves around 17 million passengers a year to destinations across the world. It is predominantly a base for long-haul flights and carriers include Virgin Atlantic, which has its main base at the terminal, British Airways, American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Delta Airlines and many more. The terminal first opened in the 1960s as The Oceanic and was later renamed Terminal 3 with the UK’s first moving walkway. The terminal has undergone extensive renovations and continues to be upgraded. During its last renovation a four-lane drop-off area was installed with a canopy covering the forecourt enabling easier access to the terminal.
Terminal 3 is easy to access with excellent public transport links by bus and train and a good link to the M4 via a tunnel under the north runway. Heathrow Terminal 3 parking is popular as driving to the airport is often more convenient, especially if you are travelling with a lot of luggage. With parking spaces in high demand, prices can be high and the best deals difficult to find. Booking in advance can help you save money and even more so if you book with Parkhero. We do our research to present you with the best parking deals at Heathrow Terminal 3 and make it easy for you to compare the available options. Simply enter your dates and the website will show you a list from the cheapest to the most expensive parking options. You can book within 10 minutes, with no need to make an account and best of all no booking fees! Read for more information about available parking at Terminal 3.
Car parking Heathrow Terminal 3 can be split into two categories. There is official parking operated by the airport itself and off-site parking from external companies. Official parking offers the convenience of being close and slightly more secure, but it is often significantly more expensive than the off-site options for a comparable service. You have the choice of Park and Ride, Meet and Greet or Park and Walk services.
For great value Heathrow Airport parking Terminal 3, Park and Ride services are the best choice. You park your car yourself or hand over your keys and it is parked for you before hopping on a bus to the terminal. At Terminal 3 buses take between 10 and 15 minutes.
For convenient Terminal 3 parking Heathrow, opt for a Meet and Greet option. As Terminal 3 is a base for long-haul flight, chances are you will have a lot of luggage. Meet and Greet is a great way to avoid the hassle of lugging bags around. You simply drop your car off outside the terminal and walk the short distance to check-in. When you return your car will be waiting for you in the same spot. Simple, but more expensive than Park and Ride parking Heathrow Terminal 3!
If you want parking near Heathrow Terminal 3, then you cannot get much closer than a Park and Walk service. These are operated by the airport and offer you the convenience of walking a few minutes to the terminal as well as the security of being on the airport terrain. You also get to keep your keys and park your car yourself.
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