Heathrow Airport Disabled Parking

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Heathrow Airport have always gone above and beyond to meet the needs of passengers with disabilities. They strive to make sure they can facilitate requirements every way they can, this includes facilities for disabled car parking at Heathrow airport.

Car parks surrounding the airport that have disabled facilities are plentiful, many also have personal assistance available so the choice for your Heathrow parking is varied.

Disabled services available at Heathrow

The on-site Heathrow Long Stay car park is ideal for disabled passengers. There is a short transfer to take to get to the terminal, however all buses at terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5 have low floors and space for wheelchairs. The transfer buses from Terminal 4 are unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. The car park also has blue badge spaces close to bus stops and admin offices. There’s also an additional help bus which is designed for passengers with mobility problems or large amounts of luggage.

Heathrow Purple Parking is great option if you’re after saving a little more money and don’t mind a comfortable, 10 minute transfer that has disabled access. The bus serves all 5 terminals at Heathrow so it’s available to everybody. As well as wheelchair accessible transfers, Purple Parking have other disabled facilities so please ask when making your booking.

If you are travelling from Terminal 4, Click Park Heathrow is an excellent option, as long as they have advance notice, the staff at the car park will arrange transport to the terminal for disabled passengers, and what’s more, the price is extremely low.

The most convenient disabled parking

There’s no question of a doubt that Heathrow's Official Valet Parking is the most convenient parking service available and for disabled passengers this couldn’t be more true. All you need to do is drive to the terminal where you will be met by a friendly and professional driver who will take your car and park it for you, leaving you and your accompanying passengers to make your way through the doors to check-in. It really couldn’t be any more simple.

If you’re travelling from terminal 5 and you’re after parking that is completely stress-free, Heathrow's Meet and Greet is simple and provides excellent disabled parking at terminal 5 Heathrow. Similarly to Official Valet, the process is simple; drive to the terminal, leave your with a chauffeur whilst you make your way to check-in.

Your Onward Journey

Once you enter the terminal disabled facilities are provided by Heathrow Airport. Officials there strive to go beyond the legal disability requirements and to provide good facilities, and signposts that are easily accessible. You can call before you arrive at the airport to discuss any issues or questions you might have about disabled access at the airport. To arrange for assistance on the plane you should contact your flight provider in advance.