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Durham Tees Valley on-airport parking provides convenient long-term car parking within walking distance of the terminal. Book early to save money on this airport parking package and make your experience at Durham Tees Valley Airport smooth and efficient.
Upon arriving at the Park & Stay Car Park, drive up to the entry barrier, and take a ticket from the machine. The barrier will then rise and allow you to enter the car park.
Upon your return to the airport, make your way directly to your car and drive to the exit barrier. Press the 'Help' button and provide your booking confirmation number. The barrier will rise, allowing you to exit the car park.Â Please do not insert your credit/debit card in to the entry/exit barriers.
Designated spaces are within the main car park nearest to the airport terminal.
This car park has been awarded the Park Mark for safer parking. The Park Mark means that you are parking in an area that has been vetted by the police to make sure that the site has had measures put in place to create a safe environment. Park Mark awarded parking areas are run by responsible operators who are concerned with your safety and the safety of your vehicle.
If you park for more days than you booked, the car park will charge you for the extra days at its normal rate when you come back. If you leave the car park early, unfortunately we can't give you a refund.
Booking confirmations can be printed or shown on your phone or device.
Durham Tees Valley International Airport best accessed from A67 and can be easily accessed from the A1, A19 and A66.
From the A67, take the airport roundabout, signposted for the airport.
Follow the road over the railway bridge.
When you come to the next roundabout follow signs for the On Airport parking.
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