While this may not be news for regular travelers from the UK it is confirmation why investing in off-site parking remains strong.
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Jack Cousens, head of roads policy for the AA, told the MailOnline that it was unsurprising that passengers opted to use cheaper alternatives.
Heathrow is the most expensive of the world’s ten busiest airports for parking
In some cases, a family flying out from Heathrow would pay less for their flights
Leaving your car at Terminals 2, 3, 4 or 5 would cost £163.40 for seven-day stay
Meanwhile, same week-long stay in Madrid would be £71.33 and £61.14 for Rome
Heathrow was also the third most costly for single-day parking, topped by Berlin
Heathrow is charging double the price of some of the world’s biggest airports for passengers to leave their cars behind while they go on holiday.
A MailOnline investigation has revealed Heathrow to be the most expensive of the ten busiest airports across the globe when parking a vehicle long-term.
The figures show that in many cases, a family would be expected to pay more to park at Heathrow than it would on flights.
A family wanting to leave their car at Terminals 2, 3, 4 or 5 while they go on holiday would be expected to fork out £163.40 for seven days.
However, the same stay at the world’s second busiest airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, would cost the equivalent of just £63.49.
The high parking figures has led to many families opting to use third-party providers, which offer meet-and-greet services for a little as £13 a day
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