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Parking Lisbon Airport

Lisbon Airport parking

Humberto Delgado Airport, generally known as Lisbon Airport or Portela Airport, is an international airport 7 km (4.3 mi) northeast of the city center of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. The airport is the largest gateway to Portugal. It is the 20th largest airport in Europe in terms of passenger capacity, having handled 31,173,000 travelers in 2019, a rise of 7.4% from the previous year. As of 2017, the airport managed 115,7 thousand tons of freight. It is a significant European gateway for Brazil, the main European Star Alliance center in South America, and also a European gateway for Africa.

The airport is the largest gateway of Portugal’s flag carrier TAP Air Portugal, and its affiliate TAP Express, as well as being a base for low-cost carriers Ryanair and EasyJet. It is a focal area for Azores Airlines, EuroAtlantic Airways, Hi Fly, Orbest, and White Airways. The airport is owned by ANA Aeroportos de Portugal, which was given to the Leonardo da Vinci Airports Company in February 2013. In January 2019, the Portuguese Government announced a €1.1 billion ($1.26 billion) proposal to extend the new airport in Lisbon and construct a second one in Montijo. It plans to accommodate about 50 million travelers a year from 2022 onwards.


There are a variety of parking choices at Lisbon Airport with different price rates based on how near to the terminal you want to park. There are five official car parks, P1, P2, P3, P5, and P6, all within easy reach of Terminal 1. The farthest car park is easily reachable by a regular airport shuttle bus that can carry you to all terminals. Long and short-stay car parks at Lisbon Airport are accessible from as low as EUR 5.00 a day. Parking spaces may be allocated in advance by the airport’s designated car park operators.

Finding the car parks

The primary connection to the airport is through the E1 motorway. The car parks are both well signposted with the blue “P” and the number of the car park. To return a rental vehicle, obey the signage for “Rental Car Transfer.” When you need to put gasoline in your vehicle, there’s a BP gas station close to the airport entrance.

Short term airport parking

Read below to know more about the short-term parking options at the airport:

P1 parking

It is the “Premium” enclosed short term car park, which is just a two-minute walk from the check-in zone at Terminal 1 and is also the most costly. At P1, you also have the option, at an additional expense, of utilizing the ValetXpress service that your car is reserved for you. At P1, each 15-minute cycle costs €0.90 up to a limit of €43.15 on the first day. After 24 hours, each hour would cost €2.75 up to a limit of €43.15 a day.

P2 parking

There is an enclosed short-term parking area for “Executive” parking within a 3-minute walk from the terminal. At P2, on the first day, per 15-minute duration costs €0.85 up to a limit of €20.00. After 24 hours, each hour would cost €2.75 up to a limit of €21.00 a day.

P3 parking

It is an open car park with the “Low-Cost Plus” option which you can use for long or short term parking. It’s a five-minute walk from Terminal 1 and a ten-minute bus trip to Terminal 2. There is also a dedicated place for bikes, which you can reach from a different entrance. At P3 – on the first day, every 15 minutes costs €0.75 up to a limit of €17.00. After 24 hours, the expense of each hour is €2.75 up to a limit of €17.00 a day.

Drop-off zones

No stops are permitted immediately outside of the departures and arrivals halls at Terminal 1, but there are signs of “Kiss & Fly” areas at both terminals where you can rest for ten minutes free of cost. But, stopping for longer incurs high costs.

At Kiss & fly, the first 10 minutes are free of charge. It’s €1.00 for 10 to 15 minutes. Following 15 minutes with an extra 5 minutes, the sum is €2.00.

Discounts on parking in the significant parking lot can be obtained by booking online in advance.

Long term airport parking 

Read below to know more about the long term parking options at the airport:

P5 parking 

It is a “low cost” parking, which is the best long-stay alternative, although you can reserve it in advance. It’s about an 8-minute stroll to Terminal 1 or a 10-minute bus trip to Terminal 2. You will have to book P5 in advance. The first day will cost €5.00. For 24 hours, the expense of each hour is €1.00 up to a limit of €5.00 a day. 

P6 parking 

It is known as “Classic” parking, which sits in the center of the price range. It provides enclosed and open parking and is a five-minute walk from the departure point of Terminal 1. 

At P6, you will have to pay off every 15 minutes is €0.80 up to a limit of €14.00. Per hour after 24 hours is €2.75 up to a limit of €14.00 a day.

Off-Airport Parking

it’s a lower-cost long-term parking option available for companies offering parking off-airport space. When comparing rates, you can notice a range of choices and costs, concealed or open, with or without control, fenced and activated, etc. While booking, make sure you get the parking standard you need.

A few pay stations are inside the terminal buildings of Lisbon Airport for travelers who need to pay to park. You can make the payments by cash or card and only until they are about to exit the airport. You can also book the parking at Lisbon Airport in advance from the official website of the ANA (Aeroportos de Portugal, SA) airport.

Disabled parking:

Disabled parking is available at the Lisbon airport. For more information, you can contact the airport customer service.


Read below to find out the services:

  • Valet parking
  • ATM
  • Car wash