Where is the world's most expensive airport carpark?

Report looks at the cost of parking in 100 of the world's busiest airports without prior booking.

Parking your car in Heathrow Airport for a week could cost nearly eight times more than it would in Düsseldorf or Bangkok.

That’s according to a report by myvouchercodes.co.uk, which found that parking your car for a week at Heathrow without booking ahead costs £187.50.

In Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok, it will cost just £22.54 and in Düsseldorf it will set you back £25.52.

The average for the world’s 100 busiest airports is £72.80, about 40% of the cost of Heathrow parking.

The top five most expensive places to park your car for a week (without booking ahead) were as follows:

1. Heathrow -  £187.50
2. Abu Dhabi International - £176.40
3. London Stansted - £164.50
4. Zurich Airport - £162.64
5. Gatwick - £145

In October, Heathrow Airport was fined £1.8m by the Competition and Markets Authority for limiting competition for parking prices and infringing competition law.

You can see the full list of 100 airports ranked by parking cost here.

For more features and breaking news sign up to C&IT Magazine's daily Newstracker here.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
Deadline this week for entries to C&IT Awards

Deadline this week for entries to C&IT Awards

The deadline to enter the C&IT Awards is 11.59pm on Thursday 27 June, so get your submissions in!

'If agencies paid more attention to training they would have a higher retention rate'

'If agencies paid more attention to training they would have a higher retention rate'

A-List 2019: Sam Ward, lead projects & event manager, Brandfuel.

In pictures: The first ever C&IT Summit

In pictures: The first ever C&IT Summit

London's Congress Centre hosted an industry gathering featuring panel debates, networking and virtual reality.

Winners of Best Places to Work 2019 revealed

Winners of Best Places to Work 2019 revealed

Best Places to Work award winners and top 20 agencies announced at C&IT Summit drinks reception in central London.

The Hague: A global innovation and events hub

Driving innovation is a key theme for many business events and conferences, and brands looking for a destination with an open-minded and entrepreneurial spirit to amplify that message should head to The Hague.

'The industry is so wasteful, it's a shame'

'The industry is so wasteful, it's a shame'

A-List 2019: Smyle's production manager Nick Thomas.

48 hours in... Wales

48 hours in... Wales

Two days of meetings and activities in wonderful Wales, from Chateau Rhianfa to gorge-walking.

TfL appoints WRG to run events on London's Car Free Day

TfL appoints WRG to run events on London's Car Free Day

Agency will manage creative programming of day in September and provide full event management support.

'Surround yourself with collaborative and 'can-do' people you can rely on'

'Surround yourself with collaborative and 'can-do' people you can rely on'

A-List 2019: Adam Stanley, commercial director at Event Concept.

Why the future of events is sustainable

Why the future of events is sustainable

Producing sustainable events gives you a competitive advantage, says Matthias Schultze of the German Convention Bureau.

LATEST JOBS