Heathrow Terminal 2 was reopened in 2014 after extensive renovations with the original building opening in 1955. It is also known as the Queen’s Building. The terminal serves 16 million passengers yearly, accounting for over 20% of Heathrow Airport passengers. There are domestic and international destinations provided by 29 airlines. It is the Heathrow base for the Star Alliance airlines, including Lufthansa, Air Canada and Air India. Aer Lingus, Flybe and Singapore airlines also make use of Terminal 2. It is connected to Terminal 3 by an underground walkway and Terminals 4 and 5 can be reached via the Heathrow Express rail service.
Terminal 2 is easy to reach with great rail links to the London rail and train networks, coach services and has easy access to the M4 motorway. Driving to the airport is one of the most popular options, especially for those travelling with a lot of luggage and large groups. Heathrow Terminal 2 parking is very popular and as a result it can be difficult to find a good value deal for your trip. With Parkhero you can easily save money on your parking and use it for something fun! You simply enter your airport and travel dates and the website will show you everything that is available in an easily comparable format. You do not need to make and account and there is no booking fee!
There are three types of car parking Heathrow Terminal 2 available – Park and Ride, Meet and Greet and Park and Walk. You also have the option of choosing between official services provided by the airport and off-site services provided by external companies. The main differences between the two are the cost and the distance from the airport. Official services tend to be more expensive as they offer you the convenience of being close to the terminal. Read on for an overview of Terminal 2 parking Heathrow.
There is a great variety of Park and Ride options available at Terminal 2 and it is the best value option. You simply park your car at a car park a bit further from the airport and hop on a regular shuttle to the airport. The maximum transfer time is 15 minutes, so you will not be greatly inconvenienced for the saving you can enjoy! Park and Ride is also perfect for long stay Heathrow Airport parking Terminal 2.
For convenient Terminal 2 parking, opt for a Meet and Greet service. You have plenty of choice available and can save yourself up to 30 minutes when transferring to the terminal. You simply drop your car off at the terminal or just outside and can walk a couple of minutes to the check-in desks with your luggage. It is ideal for those who don’t want the hassle of having to wait and who have a lot of luggage.
For parking near Heathrow Terminal 2 a Park and Walk service is your best option. These car parks are operated by the airport and offer extra security as well as excellent proximity to the terminal. The one draw back is that theses are often the most expensive Terminal 2 parking options available.
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