When it comes to holiday travel, you probably made your reservations for plane tickets well in advance. But what you may not have considered is how you are going to get to the airport. Will you take a shuttle? Use a ride-sharing app? Maybe you plan to park? But do you know how much you pay for parking at a major airport? TravelBank does.
Whether you’re traveling for business or the holidays, sometimes it would be super convenient to just leave your car at the airport. Knowing this, TravelBank looked at all the rates for parking for both short term and long term at the nation’s biggest airports to see which had the lowest and the most expensive prices. Using data posted on airport websites, the site then created a rating system to rank the cheapest and most expensive airport parking rates based on both short-term and long-term parking rates.
Take a look at the Top 5 Cheapest Airport Rates:
- Orlando International (MCO)/ Charlotte Douglas International (CLT)
- Houston George Bush Intercontinental (IAH)
- Baltimore-Washington International (BWI)
- Tampa International (TPA)/ Denver International (DEN)
- Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International (HNL)
At the other end of the spectrum, take a look at the Top 5 Priciest Airport Rates:
- New York LaGuardia (LGA)
- Boston Logan International (BOS)
- Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA)
- San Francisco International (SFO)
- New York John F. Kennedy International (JFK)/ Newark Liberty International (EWR)
You can check out the full list of all 30 major airports in the US and how they ranked at TravelBank, including rates. New York area airports are definitely the priciest for parking, which is why using public transportation is probably your best bet if you are flying in and out of the region. Also, if you are planning to park you can save money by booking in advance when many discounts and coupons are more readily available at any airport.