Good To Go Park and Ride T5 Terminal 5
Proximity to the airport and a handy bus to the terminal make Good to Go a great choice for Heathrow.
Need to know:
With Good to Go drive to the car park and park in any space. You get to keep your keys.
When youâ??re ready catch the included bus to the terminal. Youâ??ll need to take the Orange Long Stay bus, which runs every 10 minutes and takes about 5 to get there.
There are disabled bays available, which work on a first come first served basis, located near the bus stop.
The car park is secured by:
- 24-hour patrols
The small print:
There is a height limit of 2.4m.
Shuttles between 11.30pm and 4am run when needed only, so if you need to get from the airport to the car park between these times, use the yellow intercom phone at the car park bus stops and the shuttle bus will come and get you.
The car park is closed for arrivals between midnight and 4am.
As this is a special low-rate offer, you wonâ??t be able to change or cancel your booking.
Arrival Procedures The car park has automatic number plate recognition, so make sure you give us your car registration number when you book.
At the entry barrier, the machine will read and recognise your registration number, give you a ticket and lift automatically. Keep the ticket with you as you'll need it when you get back. Then, drive in and park in a space. It's a good idea to make a note of the zone and row you've parked in on your ticket, along with the nearest bus stop to make it easier to find your car when you get back. Then, just wait at the bus stop for the Orange Long Stay transfer bus and you'll be at check-in in around 5 minutes. If you're arriving between 23:30 and 05:30, you'll need to press the button at the barrier to get a transfer. If you have any problems, press the button at the barrier for help.
Departure Procedures Once you've landed back in the UK, you'll need to head to Bus Stop 21 just outside the arrivals hall and hop on a bus back to the car park. The bus runs every 10 minutes between 05:30 and 23:30. Outside of these hours, you'll need to use the intercom at the bus stop to get the transfer bus.
Once you're at the car park, drive to the exit barrier, insert the ticket you were given when you first arrived and the barrier will lift and you're off home!
If you have problems, just head to the Customer Service office by the exit with your ticket and reference number.
To request a pick up during off-peak periods, use the Yellow courtesy courtesy phone and dial 656272 or call 020 8745 to let the car park know which terminal you are at.
Security The car park is manned 24 hours a day and has CCTV, fences and frequent patrols by high profile security vehicles. The car park even holds the Park Mark security award accredited by the police.
Transfer Information Click Park provides transfers to and from terminal 5, 24 hours a day on demand. The bus takes just ten minutes. Transfers are included in the price.
Disabled Information There are disabled bays available, which work on a first come first served basis, located near the bus stop.