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Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL)
About Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Atlanta Jackson Airport is the busiest airport in the world, welcoming a huge 75.7 million passengers in 2021 and over 110 million a year pre-pandemic. Atlanta Airport is also the second most reliable airport in the country when taking delays and cancelations into account. For an airport that sees an average of 360,000 flights a year, that’s an impressive accolade. It only came second to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), a much smaller airport.
- There are seven parking lots at Atlanta Airport – Hourly North and South Garage, Daily Parking Lot, Economy Parking, West Parking, ATL Select, International Hourly, and International Park Ride. Four serve the domestic terminal and one serves the international terminal.
- The North and South parking lots have short-term parking with hourly slots, which is best for picking people up or dropping people off at the airport.
- The Daily Parking Lot offers overnight covered parking, while the Economy Lot offers uncovered overnight parking for a lower price. ATL Select has both covered and uncovered parking spots – it also has spots especially for oversized vehicles.
- The International Hourly Lot is just steps away from check-ins and arrivals – convenient for airport pick-ups and drop-offs. For overnight or longer stays, the covered parking at International Park Ride is the way to go. There’s a bus service that takes three minutes to get to the international departures terminal, or visitors can hop on the free shuttle service that runs 24 hours a day.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
About Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport is the main airport serving Los Angeles and the largest in California. It’s the fifth busiest airport in the world, welcoming 45 million passengers in 2021 and nearly double that pre-pandemic. Parking at LAX is fairly secure – there’s camera surveillance, fencing, and round-the-clock security.
- There are four parking areas at Los Angeles Airport – Economy Public Parking Lot E, Long-Term Off-Site Parking, Central Terminal Parking Area, and QuikPark.
- All lots offer long-term parking solutions – the most inexpensive being the Economy Lot.
- The Long-Term Off-Site Parking Lot is located outside of LAX facilities but still apart of the airport’s parking options – like all the parking areas, there’s a free shuttle to get to the terminals.
- The Central Terminal Parking Area is split into 8 garages – P-1, P-2A, P-2B, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, and P-7. They’re located close to various terminals, so they’re the best option for short-term stays.
- QuikPark is located just a block from LAX Airport – a modern, multi-storey car park for short-term stays. It’s completely covered with free shuttles to the terminals running every 10 – 15 minutes.
Denver International Airport (DIA)
About Denver International Airport
According to rankings delivered by the Airports Council International, Denver International Airport is the third busiest airport in the US, and third busiest in the world. It was one of only four airports to serve over 50 million passengers in 2021. The parking facilities are well lit, monitored by parking employees around the clock, and patrolled frequently by the Denver Police Department.
- There are seven parking lots at Denver International Airport – Garage East, Garage West, Economy East, Economy West, Pikes Peak Shuttle Lot, Mt. Elbert Shuttle Lot, and 61st and Peña Lot. There’s also a Park2Jet and Park ‘N Fly lot nearby.
- East and West Garages are the easiest options for getting to the terminals – they don’t have shuttle services, but you can walk to the terminals. They’re also the cheapest options for covered parking and the only garages that explicitly have accessible parking spaces. East and West Economy Lots are still within walking distance, but they’re slightly further – there are free shuttle services passing every 10 minutes. Pikes Peak and Mt. Elbert both offer shuttle services, while 61st and Peña doesn’t.
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
About Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport is the seventh busiest airport in the US, with nearly 20 million passengers arriving or passing through in 2021. The airport is patrolled by the Orlando Police Department, which covers all parking lots.
- There are ten parking lots at Orlando Airport – Parking Garage A, Parking Garage B, Parking Garage C, North Park Place Economy Lot, South Park Place Economy Lot, West Park Place Economy Lot, North Cell Phone Lot, South Cell Phone Lot, and Hostel Guest Parking at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport.
- North and South Cell Phone Lot are for drivers waiting pick up arriving passengers. They’re free and you can’t leave cars overnight. All other parking lots at Orlando International Airport can be used for long-term or short-term parking.
- Parking Garage A and B, as well as Terminal Top Parking, are all within walking distance of the terminals – the others offer free shuttle services to the terminals.
- Most of the parking lots are covered, or mostly covered, except for North Park Place Economy Lot, South Park Place Economy Lot, and West Park Place Economy Lot.
- Taller vehicles are best suited to the three Economy Lots – Parking Garage A, B, and Terminal Top Parking don’t accept vehicles over 7′ 0″ while Parking Garage C doesn’t accept vehicles over 8’ 2”.
Miami International Airport (MIA)
About Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport is the tenth busiest airport in the US, welcoming over 17 million passengers in 2021. It is generally safe to park at Miami Airport – the parking facilities are locked and there are plenty of security cameras.
- Miami International Airport have implemented a Quick Pay system that allows passengers to pre-pay for their parking, helping you to locate available parking spots with a green and red light system.
- There are two parking lots at the airport that offer hour and daily parking – Dolphin Garage and Flamingo Garage. Dolphin is towards the North, serving concourses D and E, while Flamingo is towards the South, serving concourses E – J. Both of these parking lots have accessible parking spots, as well as a valet parking service. They’re also on the pricey end – an overnight stay is $17.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
About San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport is California’s second busiest airport. Although passenger numbers were considerably lower than pre-pandemic number, San Francisco Airport is still the fifteenth busiest airport in North America.
- There are five parking lots at San Francisco International Airport – International Garage A, International Garage G, Long-Term Garage, Domestic Garage, and ParkFAST, which is a separate lot inside the Domestic Garage.
- The airport offers a valet parking service for around 150 parking spots.
- The Domestic Garage and Long-Term Garage offer short-term parking spots for a rate of $2 per 15 minutes. All parking lots offer long-term solutions, daily prices are from $18 to $45.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
About John F. Kennedy International Airport
JFK Airport is New York’s largest, busiest, and main airport. It’s the main entry point for international arrivals, welcoming over
- There are six parking lots at John F. Kennedy International Airport – Green, Orange, Red, Blue, Yellow, and Long-Term Economy Lot, five of which are at the terminal. There’s only one long-term parking lot – the Long-Term Economy Lot is around four miles from the terminals.
- The remaining parking lots are for short stays – the Green, Orange, Red, and Blue parking lots have slots between 30 minutes and 24 hour maximum. Book at least 24 hours in advance for a discounted rate on the 24-hour stay.
- The Economy Parking Lot is a set $29 rate for the first 24 hours, then an additional $14.50 for every 12 hours on top of that. Book at least 24 hours in advance for a discounted rate.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
About Newark Liberty International Airport
Newark Airport is New York’s second-largest airport, with nearly 14.5 million passengers flying in or out in 2021. It has good parking facilities, with plenty of electric vehicle charging stations, vehicle assistance, and security. There are parking spaces for passengers or visitors with restricted mobility in each parking location, all of which are neahe terminal entrance.
- Newark Airport has five parking lots – Short-Term Parking in Garages A, B, and C, Daily Parking in Garage P4, and Economy Parking in Garage P6.
- Garages A, B, C, and P4 offers parking for 30 minutes – 24 hours maximum. Economy Parking offers parking for over 24 hours, but this must be booked in advance.
- Garages A, B, and C are located at the terminal. Drivers parking in Garage P4 can take the AirTrain to the terminals, while those in Garage P6 can hop on the frequent shuttle bus to the terminals.
Chicago O’Hare International Airport
About Chicago O’Hare International Airport
Chicago O’Hare is the busiest and main airport in Chicago, the other being Chicago Midway. It’s the fourth busiest airport in the world, welcoming around 83 million passengers. Passengers can find accessible parking in all parking areas – it’s best to call the Parking Garage Office ahead of time for details and to reserve a space. Similarly, passengers that plan on staying longer than 30 days must make arrangements with the Parking Garage Office in advance.
- There are five parking lots at Chicago O’Hare – Main Garage, Terminal 5 – Lot D, Economy Lot H, Economy Lot F, and Economy Lot G.
- The Main Garage is adjacent to the domestic terminals, split into three zones. There’s the valet service zone, the hourly parking on Level 1, and daily parking on Level 2 – 6.
- Like most, if not all US airports, the rates for overnight stays are lower in the Economy Lots.
- For international passengers, Terminal 5 – Lot D is the best option – it’s adjacent to the International Terminal. This parking lot is expected to be replaced by a new Terminal 5 Garage in 2024, doubling the capacity, with a mix of short-term and long-term parking options, like the Main Garage.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
About Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
In 2021, Airports Council International found Dallas Fort Worth International Airport to be the second busiest in the US and the world. It served over 65 million passengers. Security is tight here – there’s contactless parking, a 24-hout lot attendant, camera surveillance, and round-the-clock security.
- The parking facilities at Dallas International Airport are split into five areas – Terminal Parking, Express Parking, Remote Parking, Valet Parking, and Cell Phone Lots. Cell Phone Lots are free of charge and just for quick airport drop-offs and pick-ups.
- All lots only offer parking facilities for up to 24 hours. Passengers seeking long-term stays will have to park off the airport grounds.
- Passengers can find Terminal Parking at all five terminals – spaces here can be paid in advance for a lower rate. There are accessible parking spaces on Levels 1 and 3.
- There are two Remote Lots – they’re located to the south and the north of the terminals. They’re much lower rates than the Terminal Parking Lots, with regular shuttle services going directly to the terminals. Book in advance for even lower rates.
- There are also two Express Lots, close both the north and south entry and exits points of the airport. There’s both covered and uncovered parking available here – passengers will find covered parking in the Express North Lot. There are regular shuttles directly to all terminals.
- For valet parking, the valet agents can pick up and drop off at any terminal. They offer complimentary charging for electric vehicles and can wash cars for an additional fee.