Nearby car parks
|Name||Spaces||Distance to Terminal||Pre‑book|
|Durham Tees On Airport Car Park||N/A||N/A||3 mins walk||Pre‑book|
|Name||Durham Tees On Airport Car Park|
|Distance to Terminal||3 mins walk|
Built on the site of an RAF base, Durham Tees Valley Airport launched its first civil flight in 1964. Over the next two years, it underwent significant refurbishment and unveiled a dedicated passenger terminal. Today, Durham Tees Valley Airport provides flights to over 200 destinations worldwide, and its annual passenger turnover has exceeded the 1million mark.
Financial investment has meant that the airport has regained its position as one of the most popular airports in the North. To cater for the increase in demand, Durham Tees Valley Airport has made further improvements to its services, including its parking facilities.
While the airport might only be 10 miles from Durham, the surrounding towns and villages can become quite congested. Parking at Durham Tees Valley Airport offers a convenient and cost-effective solution if you want to leave your car at the airport, regardless of how long you’re travelling for.
Durham Tees Valley Airport Car Parks
Durham Tees On-Airport car park is located right next door to the terminal, so there’s no need for shuttle buses or taxis. To make the journey easier for those with disabilities or mobility restrictions, the disabled parking bays are situated right at the front of the car park. In addition, the Durham Tees Valley Airport on-site car park is self-parking, so there’s no need to hand-in your keys; just park up, lock up and go.
With the airport being so busy, booking a space in the Durham Tees On-Airport car park in advance is strongly advised, especially during the busy summer months. Along with your booking confirmation, you’ll receive an email detailing everything you need to know about parking at Durham Tees Valley Airport, making the process simple and hassle-free.
Find out more about Durham Tees Valley Airport below and check our essential information for customers.
Depending on the airline you’re travelling with, check-ins can vary from 40 minutes to a couple of hours before departure. For specific information contact your airline, although the airport recommends you check-in at least two hours in advance.
One of the most common causes of stress is getting to the airport on time. Be sure to allow for unexpected delays and time to find a parking space. However, if you choose to reserve a space in advance, you can be sure of parking quickly and conveniently, making sure the start of your trip is hassle-free and easy.
Shopping and dining
As a relatively small airport, Durham Tees Valley has turned to WH Smith to cover the retail needs of its passengers. If you're travelling to foreign shores, the shop holds all the last-minute necessaries you could wish for, from city guides and toiletries to an extensive range of travel accessories. If you're returning home, it sells a wide range of food and drink, so you can still have that much-needed cuppa when you get in.
The airport café offers a selection of options, from sandwiches and paninis to coffee and alcoholic drinks.