London City Airport car parks

London City Airport is located 11 km east of the City of London on a former Docklands site, opposite the London Regatta Centre, in the London Borough of Newham in east London. London City Airport serves more than 25 destinations and is connected with the major European hubs. About 1.5 million passengers pass through the airport each year. In 2009 London City was the fifth-busiest airport in terms of passengers and aircraft movements serving the London area after Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton and the 15th busiest in the UK.


London City Airport parking

London City Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge is situated on the first floor of the terminal building. London City Airport is easy to reach by car. Get best value for money and pre-book your individual parking space online in advance. Pre-booking not only guarantees you an ideal parking space, but also a special rate. According to your needs and conditions, for example the length of your stay, you can choose between different parking options.

Getting to the airport - parking at London City Airport

Get off to a flying start before you board the plane by taking your own car and parking at the airport. When driving, you will find the airport easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads. London City Airport offers short and long-stay car park facilities, which are conveniently located just minutes from the terminal. Furthermore, disabled car parking is also available in the short-stay car park adjacent to the terminal. The main-stay car park is only a short walk from the terminal. If you choose long-stay parking, you have to pre-book it online. A minimum stay applies.
Motorbikes and bicycles can park free of charge under the DLR Opposite the AVIS car hire parking at the front of the terminal.
For dropping off and picking up passengers stop at the forecourt of the terminal building. Disabled people find designated parking spaces in the short-stay car park next to the terminal.


London City Airport is situated 11 km east of the City of London. The M25 runs around the city itself and connects London with a number of major motorways. When coming from outside London, take the M11/A11 and exit at junction 27 of the M25 or take the A12 and exit at junction 28 of the M25. Follow the signs to the airport and the car park.