Edinburgh Airport acts as a gateway to Scotland, allowing you to visit areas such as the Cairngorms National Park (read more here). If, however, you are looking to get away from Scotland for a few days, then it will be useful to consider the relevant parking options.
Edinburgh Airport Parking Options
The Terminal parking is closest to the airport and there are three options for you. You can book online (link here) prior to your departure, to ensure you are all set to go.
Terminal Surface Parking
This car park is located just outside the terminal, meaning it is only a short walk to the check-in desk. It is ideal for the shorter journey.
Terminal Multi-Storey Parking
The Multi-Storey car park is located just outside the terminal, again allowing a short walk. It allows for the complimentary use of the fastTRACK security lane, for up to four people. If you are travelling without hold luggage you can make use of the fastTRACK bridge, taking you straight into the security hall.
Valet parking allows you to drop your keys off at the Valet parking area, which is at the terminal. Your car will be parked for you, and be waiting for you in the waiting area when you get back.
Long Stay Parking
Located within the airport boundary, the Long Stay car park offers a courtesy coach service which runs between the car park and the terminal. It runs every 10 minutes and will take around seven minutes to travel. To book - link here.
Mid Stay Parking
Within the airport boundary, the mid stay parking allows you to park and walk to check-in in around five to eight minutes. This means you do not need to rely on a shuttle bus service. To book - link here.
A quick note on affiliate links.
Some of the links on this page are affiliate links, and therefore help Expert with Points, as they are tracked to our site. These links can sometimes result in a payment to the site. You should not notice a difference by clicking the link, and the content of our articles is not altered in any way by these links. We will consider all available products and services in writing an article, and include both affiliate and none-affiliate links, provided the product or service is relevant. For more information about how we use affiliate links, check out our about us page (here).
Say thanks with a coffee.