Heathrow Meet and Greet – Airport Parking Specialists
We know a thing or two about airport parking and as one of the largest providers of off-site airport parking, you can rest assured, your car is in safe hands.
If you’re looking for the easiest and most convenient way to park your car at Heathrow airport, our Meet and Greet parking is ideal. Perfect if you’re on a tight schedule, have lots of luggage or would simply like to make your way to the departure lounge without the fuss of parking your car.
We offer this service at all five terminals, in and out at the same terminal, or perhaps different in and outbound terminals; either way, this is no problem.
Heathrow Meet and Greet Parking at the airport is convenient, and stress free. Ace Parking takes the hassle out of airport parking by meeting you at your designated terminal and parking your car for you in our nearby secure carpark, whilst you walk straight to the departure lounge. No fuss parking that is safe, reliable and designed to save you time.
Ace is a direct member of the British parking association (BPA) and AVPCA.
Meet and Greet Parking Heathrow
Ace Meet and Greet Heathrow Parking is the cheapest, most convenient way to park at Heathrow. It allows you to drive straight to your departure terminal, meet our friendly insured staff, who will then safely whisk your car to our secure Heathrow Parking for you. When you land, your car will be waiting at arrivals so you can jump straight in and drive home…Simple.
How it works – 3 easy steps.
1. Drive straight to your departure terminal or on-airport hotel.
2. As arranged, a uniformed ACE/MMP representative at Heathrow terminal will meet you, conduct a quick check of your car, and then take your car to one of our super secure car parks.
3. Then, simply stroll into departures with only your luggage and yourself to worry about.
1. Call us when you have collected your luggage
2. Meet your Ace representative at the approved meeting point to collect your car.
3. Your car will be ready and waiting for you to jump straight in, and drive home / onto your next destination
Frequently asked questions:
Distance to Airport:
Car Park Security:
Meeting Points / Directions:
TERMINAL 1 – ARRIVAL (Postcode for Terminal 1 TW6 1AP)
TERMINAL 2 – ARRIVAL (Postcode for Terminal 2: TW6 1EW)
TERMINAL 3 – ARRIVAL (Postcode for Terminal 3 TW6 1QG)
TERMINAL 4 – ARRIVAL (Postcode for Terminal 4: TW6 3XA)
TERMINAL 5 – ARRIVAL (Postcode for Terminal 5: TW6 2GA)
Please call our Dispatch Office as soon as you have collected your luggage. If you do not have any hold luggage, please call as soon as you have cleared passport control and follow the directions below to the meeting point at the relevant terminal.
TERMINAL 1 – RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
TERMINAL 2 – RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
TERMINAL 3 – RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
TERMINAL 4 – RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
TERMINAL 5 – RETURN INSTRUCTIONS
For more information or to book your Heathrow meet and greet car parking, call 01293 533 000 now and one of our team will be happy to help.
We wish you a pleasant trip and hope you will use us again.
ACE AIRPORT PARKING LTD
If you were wondering what makes meet and greet parking with Ace Parking Heathrow so essential, compared to normal airport parking, we’ve rounded up 10 reasons.
Is parking your car at Heathrow the cheapest option?
Many might think that airport parking is the most expensive option when deciding how to get to Heathrow Airport and in some cases, that’s true. If you simply arrive at Heathrow and park without booking, in the Heathrow Airport Parking spaces on site, it could end up costing more than your break away!
However, not ALL Heathrow parking is expensive, and after working out all the additional costs for public transport, airport transfers or taxis; pre-booking your parking with Ace Parking could actually be the cheapest, and by far the easiest option.
There are many ways to get to Heathrow, below we’ll go through them all, and give you rough costing; so you can see just how much you could save yourself.
(All prices and suggestions are from central London, please be sure to add on your additional costs of travel if you live outside of London.)
Getting to Heathrow Airport by Train / Rail
The fastest link between London and Heathrow is the Heathrow Express. Running every 15 minutes from Paddington to Terminals 2 & 3 in just 15 minutes, with a few more minutes to terminals 4 & 5.
Getting to Heathrow by Tube / London Underground
Getting to Heathrow Airport by Coach
Taking a Taxi To Heathrow Airport
Driving your car to Heathrow
Heathrow’s Airport Parking
Onsite Heathrow airport long stay / business parking is approx. £26-£30 p/d:
Offsite airport parking (From £9 p/d ):
Then there’s us, Ace Meet & Greet Valet airport parking.
Heathrow is the UK’s largest and busiest airport. With over 86 airlines operating from its terminals, its serves 183 destinations and a massive 90 countries, making it the busiest in Europe and the 3rd busiest passenger airport in the World. It also sees and handles the most amounts of international passengers around the globe..
Heathrow Airport Services
Shopping and Leisure
With a huge selection of great shops, for you to purchase those last minute essentials or save on high street brands, all Heathrow’s Terminal’s provide you with some wonderful retail therapy, to truly get into the holiday spirit.
Great High Street Brands such as:
All your beauty needs :
Books, Magazines, Newspapers & More:
Travel essentials, electronics & souvenirs:
Money / Currency Exchange:
Eating / Drinking
A comprehensive guide to all shops and eateries available can be found here: http://www.Heathrowairport.com
Duty Free Shopping: From perfumes & cosmetics to giant Toblerone’s & tobacco, fine malt whiskeys to jewellery & watches – The duty free shops have it all, and what’s more – it’s tax free!
Customs & Allowances: Each country has its own customs rules, prohibited items, and allowances. Check out our Security at Heathrow section, and be sure to check on the official Heathrow Airport Website what they are before you buy, or fly.
Airport Lounges: For those wishing to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the terminals, the airport lounges on offer at Heathrow Airport are not to be missed.
Special Assistance: London Heathrow endeavors to provide for all those travellers who are in need of a little extra help. Whether it’s getting around the terminals, disabled toilet facilities or specially designed, reserved seating available in check-in-areas, the airport has it all on offer.
There are also help points set up in all Terminals, which provide free special assistance getting to and from the car parks, baggage reclaim halls and for routes to terminals requiring long walking periods.
Valet Parking: Ace Parking’s valet car parking is also perfect for those who do not need the extra legwork of getting to and from their Heathrow Airport car parking. We’ll simply pick up your car from you, outside departures at the airport, and deliver it straight back to you upon your arrival back to the UK.
They also provide other services including:
Heathrow Airport connects the most passengers to the rest of the world each year, from the UK. Whether you’re a frequent flyer, or a first timer, it can be the quickest and easiest way to get to that holiday of a lifetime, that swift city break, that European festival, or that business meeting which could make or break your career – IF it goes as planned, without any airport hitches. Many things can happen to hinder your trip that are out of your control such as delayed / cancelled flights, and other issues that, without proper preparation, could cause those all too common Airport Hassles.
Whether it’s organising documents, dealing with missed connections, incurring expensive airport parking charges or getting through security, this guide will provide you with top airport tips, to make your trip as stress-free as possible, so you can concentrate on what’s really important – getting to your destination.
Before you fly
As the scouts say – be prepared. Here’s a check list of things to prepare before your trip
Airport Parking Heathrow
Frustrating, expensive, non-secure, too far from the airport? – All common airport parking hassles. Luckily this is something you will not experience at Heathrow Airport, with the marvellous meet & greet service from Ace Parking. It is a simple and efficient service in which a fully insured chauffeur driver will meet you at either Heathrow Terminal to collect your car from you at a pre-arranged time that′s determined by YOU.
Travelling with children
Missed / Delayed / Cancelled flights
Getting to the airport, Heathrow Terminals & navigating around Heathrow airport
Security at Heathrow
Security at airports has tightened significantly since the events that took place on 9/11. If you haven’t flown since then, or you’re a first time flyer, it is essential that you are aware of airport security procedures, so you can sail through, and not cause unnecessary delays for yourself and /or your family. Please use this as a guide only, and check Heathrow Airports website for more information.
Baggage restrictions / restricted items
Hand baggage rules
Hold baggage / Check In baggage rules
Common restricted items include, but are not limited to;
Common prohibited items include, but are not limited to;
Duty Free / Customs
Every passenger arriving in the UK has to clear Customs. Three general rules from Heathrow Airport are;
Finally – Be nice to your airline staff at Heathrow Airport.
It is very easy to get frustrated at the airline, cabin, security and counter staff at the airport if things go wrong like cancelled flights. Please remember that all these airport staff are doing their jobs, and are there to help you, and are people just like you. In stressful airport situations, try and be as understanding as possible – This will not only help things get resolved, but the staff will notice, and appreciate your manner, and be far more willing to help. So be nice J
Getting to / Around Heathrow
There are numerous ways to get to Heathrow Airport. We by far favour driving, and parking with Ace, as you will see from our Why Park at Heathrow section. It’s the cheapest and most convenient for business travellers, the disabled, elderly, families and more. Please find below, all the info you need for getting to Heathrow, as well as getting around when you arrive.
By Car and Motorbike
Terminals 2 and 3 – The terminals are close together at the centre of the airport site. Exit the M4 (junction 4) or M25 (junction 15) and follow signs for Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3.
Postcodes for satellite navigation:
Terminal 4 – The terminal is in the southern part of the airport site and has a separate entrance. Exit the M25 at junction 14 and follow signs for Heathrow Terminal 4. If you’re coming from the M4, leave at junction 4b and follow the M25 south to junction 14.
Postcode for satellite navigation: TW6 3XA
Terminal 5 – The terminal is on the Western Perimeter Road and has its own separate access road, reached from junction 14 of the M25. If you’re coming from the M4, exit at junction 4b and follow the M25 south to junction 14.
Postcode for satellite navigation: TW6 2GA
Motorcyclists have the advantage of free parking at Heathrow Airport but must be parked in the assigned bays in the car parks. Bikes will be removed if not parked in the proper place.
Height and weight restriction – Terminal 4 and 5
Terminal 4 Departures
Over-height and overweight vehicles should use Terminal 4 Business Parking for drop-off and pick-up (standard Short Stay rates apply up to six hours).
Customers using Terminal 5 should use the Fast track / Overheight Vehicles entrance on the ground floor of the Short Stay Car Park 5. Please note that this area has a 0 – 2 hours minimum tariff charge of £10.00.
24 hr Petrol stations are available at both North and South Terminals
Hotels near the airport
Popular hotels near Heathrow
Heathrow Airport has 4 terminals, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Terminal 1 has now closed.
You can easily check which terminal you need to fly from for your forthcoming flight, to make your time at the airport as hassle-free as possible. Simply use Heathrow Airports handy Terminal Checker.
Heathrow offers fast, convenient transfers between the Airport’s four terminals. Terminals 2 and 3 are a short walk from each other. Terminals 4 and 5 are served by free trains and buses.
Whether you’re arriving, departing, welcoming family or bidding farewell to friends, there are many services available before, and after, security at each Heathrow terminal. From airport lounges to lost property, Wi-Fi, printing and VAT refunds, as well as many food and drink outlets, book shops, duty free savings, currency exchange, souvenirs & more. Heathrow airport has everything you need to make you comfortable while you wait.
For further details, and specific shops within each terminal, use the store locater