Liverpool Airport Disabled Parking
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- Choose from 12 Liverpool parking options
- Larger parking bays
- Accessible transfer buses
- Staff assistance
Liverpool John Lennon Airport pledges to welcome passengers with disabilities on its website, and people looking for Liverpool airport parking will find its car parking facilities meet this promise. There are accessible disabled parking bays for blue badge holders located in numerous car parks near the airport: the Liverpool Airport Long Stay Parking car park, the shorts stay car park, the drop-off area adjacent to the short stay car park, and in the premium car parking area. There are no disabled parking bays in Long Stay Car Park 2.
The airport operates a Blue-Badge replacement voucher scheme, which will allow passengers to keep their Blue-Badge for use abroad. Complimentary vouchers are available from the car park kiosk located in the Multi-Storey car park and from the "Welcome Desk" opposite the check-in desks.
Personal support and assistance can be arranged from the moment you arrive at the airport; please contact the airport by calling 0871 521 8484 if you would like more information.
Below we look at suitable car parks for people with disabilities arriving at Liverpool Airport.
In terms of price, the Liverpool Airport Mid Stay car park offers excellent value, and there are accessible parking bays for blue and orange badge holders. The Skypark Indoor Airport Parking car park is another inexpensive option. It does not have wheel chair access but you can arrange to be transferred to terminal in your own car, which could prove extremely useful.
Meet and greet parking can be ideal for disabled passengers. Just drive to the airport terminal, meet your driver, and they will park your car safely and securely for you. This means no hassle parking and more time in the airport. The Liverpool Skypark Meet and Greet parking service is far less expensive than you might imagine for such a convenient service. Please note that drivers cannot park specially adapted vehicles, due to health and safety rules.
Help points are available once you are in the airport. If you require special assistance for your flight, you should contact your airline in advance to arrange appropriate services.