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There are essentially two types of parking at Heathrow Airport. Meet and Greet parking allows you to drive all the way to the terminal from which you are flying and be met there. Handover your vehicle and walk into the flight check-in zones.
Park and Ride on the other hand is often cheaper but involves more time as you need to drive to the car park and catch a free shuttle bus to the terminal. When you return catch the free bus back to the carpark. (Allow an additional 45 minutes each way.)
"On arrival the procedure was good and location was execllent. But on return from my holiday I had to wait longer and make 3 calls for my car to be brought to me on level 3 on the short stay car park - not impressed. I could have got a shuttle bus in that time!"
This convenient service allows you to be met at the terminal building on both outbound and return journeys. Drive straight to your departure terminal where you are met by a driver inside the Short stay Meet and Greet zones.
On your arrival back to Heathrow your vehicle will be returned to you in the same place meaning you get to depart home in no time at all.
The traditional form of airport parking whereby you drive to a car park, park your car then catch a shuttle bus to your terminal. On your return you take the shuttle bus back to the car park from terminal building.
Heathrow Airport offers a forecourt Valet Parking service of its own. There is little difference between this service and Meet and Greet parking other than the initial vehicle handover taking place on the departure forecourt rather than inside the Short stay car parks.