EAST MIDLANDS AIRPORT PARKING
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East Midlands Airport parking will ensure secure, convenient parking on your forthcoming trip.
Information about Nottingham East Midlands Airport
Nottingham East Midlands is one of the UK's fastest growing airports. It only has 1 terminal but flies to over 60 different destinations. It was opened in 1965 on the site of a Royal Airforce base and primarily used for transporting freight.
The airport was bought by the National Express group and then evenutally sold on to the Mancester Airport group in March 2001 for 241 million pounds.
The airport has continued to prosper since then with passenger figures in 2001 at 2.38 million. East Midlands airport is the UK's largest pure cargo airport with DHL, TNT and UPS having bases there as well as being a primary hub for Royal Mail.
The airport is more commonly known these days as Nottingham East Midlands, having been previously referred to as simply East Midlands airport. Read below about the different choices for Nottingham East Midlands airport parking.
Information about East Midlands Parking
There are 4 pre-bookable options for East Midlands airport parking, 2 of these being on airprt, 1 being off airport and 1 being an indoor prestige parking option with an additional valet service.
There are 2 on airport car parks available for East Midlands airport parking. For longer stays, you are advised to book your car into the Long Stay car park which is known as the economy option and it is suitable for stays of 5 days or more. For stays between 1 - 4 days, it is adviseable to use the Medium Stay car park for East Midlands parking. Medium Stay, also known as Executive parking, is ideal if you are taking advantage of a short city break away and need parking for a long weekend or maybe 3-4 days in the week.
Both on airport East Midlands car parks are only a short distance from the terminal building but there are free transfer shuttle buses for each car park, that will drop you at the terminal building.
There is only 1 off airport car park for East Midlands parking and that is the privately owned Airparks Services. The car park is only a 5 minute bus journey from the actual airport itself and the transfer is free and operates on request basis. Airparks is suitable for medium to long stay East Midlands airport parking as the minimum stay is 4 days. Perfect again for a city break or for a longer week to ten day holiday.
Information for disabled passengers for East Midlands Airport Parking
The airport has extremely good facilities for disabled passengers, allowing those who hold a disabled badge to park in the short stay car park for the same prices as the medium and long stay. There are dedicated spaces that are only a short distance from the terminal and airport porters can easily help with passengers luggage.
Getting here by car
Nottingham East Midlands Airport is in the centre of the country, surrounded by the cities of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester and within easy reach of Sheffield, Stoke upon Trent and Tamworth. The Airport is easily accessible from all parts of the UK, either by road or by public transport.
Take the M42 northbound until it changes into the A42, follow road signs to airport.
Top Tips for travellers
Always use an ABTA or ATOL registered agent or website.These agents are obliged to adhere to a strict code of practice, meaning in the unlikely event of something going wrong with your trip your complaint will be dealt with quickly and efficiently.
Before you travel, check out information regarding the cultures, customs, laws and other issues relating to your destination.
The internet and guide books have a wealth of information to make your trip run more smoothly and help you avoid falling foul of laws and traditions regarding such things as alcohol and bearing flesh!
The Government's Foreign office website www.fco.gov.uk
details all those countries that recommend against travelling to.
Adequate travel insurance is an absolute must - good insurance should include medical cover and cover for the activities in which you are taking part. When taking out the policy, make sure you disclose any medical conditions, and ensure that you take your policy number and emergency contact details with you on your trip.
Make sure your passport is still valid.
You must have at least 6 months until the expiry date left on your passport for it to be valid for travel
Check with your travel agent as to whether or not you need a visa for your chosen destination
Check with your doctor at least 6 weeks before you travel to see if you require any vaccinations
Always make sure that family or friends have contact details for you in case of an emergency.
Fill out an E111 form if travelling within the EU, Iceland or Norway - this will entitle you to reduced cost basic emergency medical treatment in some hospitals.
The Information Desk, in the Main Terminal Building, is open 24 hours a day for passenger enquiries. Messages for passengers may be left on a board nearby. Fax and photocopying services are available for a small charge.
Customers looking for a quiet place to work or relax before their flight can use the Servisair/GlobeGround Executive Lounge at Nottingham East Midlands Airport for an additional charge.
The Lounge gives all departing customers the opportunity to take advantage of high quality services and business facilities, irrespective of the airline you are travelling on or the class of travel. Children accepted if supervised and over the age of 8 years old.
The Lounge provides seating for up to 56 customers and offers a range of exclusive services including:
Dedicated uniformed lounge staff
Bar area featuring complimentary beers, wines and spirits, beverages, soft drinks and snacks
Newspapers and magazines
Flatscreen television and flight information screens
Business facilities including writing desks, internet access, telephone and fax
Located adjacent to Costa Coffee in the arrivals and the 1st floor outside the Trent Food Hall.
A well-equipped first aid room is available for use by passengers needing privacy for treatment. Requests for first aid should be made to the information desk.
Whether you are working, travelling or just visiting Nottingham East Midlands Airport, the Airport chaplaincy will make themselves available as the need arises. Whilst as yet there is no specific room in the Airport set aside for prayer and counsel, advice is always available on request.
The five chaplains represent all of the Christian churches in the area and do not set out to be advocates of any one denomination.
You can contact them via the Information Desk or in person as you see them around the Airport.
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