Due to airport improvement works, customers can not currently pre-book parking in the Short Stay car park.
Customers can pre-book short term parking in both Long Stay 1 & 2 which are both a short walk from the terminal building. There are a number of parking spaces offered in the Short Stay car park without pre-booking, subject to availability.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Cardiff Airport Short Stay car park is the most convenient place to park your car if you're taking a short trip or are just visiting the Airport. Our Short Stay car park is located directly opposite the main terminal building, just a short walk from the check-in hall. Have one less thing to worry about at the airport by pre-booking your short stay car parking space with us.
The following gate prices apply:
|0 - 10 mins||£1.00|
|10 - 20 mins||£2.00|
|20 - 60 mins||£3.00|
|Up to 2 hours||£6.00|
|Up to 3 hours||£9.00|
|Up to 4 hours||£12.00|
|Up to 5 hours||£15.00|
|Up to 6 hours||£18.00|
|Up to 7 hours||£21.00|
|Up to 8 hours||£24.00|
|Up to 24 hours||£27.00|
|Up to 48 hours||£50.00|
|Up to 3 days||£75.00|
|All subsequent days tariff = £25.00 per day|
There are many different ways to pay for you parking:
1: take ticket on entry and pay at the payment machines either in the arrivals hall or in the car parks on exit
2: take ticket on entry and pay at the Car Parking Desk in arrivals hall on exit
3: take ticket on entry and pay at the barrier on exiting car park with credit or debit card
4: insert credit / debit card on entry into car park. This will act as your ticket. On exiting car park, insert same card which will then be debited for the charge
Pre-book your parking and save money.
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