JFK Airport: Short and Long Term Parking Options

March 1, 2010

When we are flying to exotic places for vacation, or even stressful conferences for work, the last thing we need is more stress or more hassles. Getting transportation to and from the airport can be just that. Buses are unreliable, and carrying your luggage on them can prove problematic. Even trains can be delayed, making you miss your flight. While taxis and car services can be convenient, they are very expensive. It seems that the only surefire way of making it to the airport on time at an affordable price is to take control of the wheel and drive yourself.

Not so fast, you might say, what about the hassle of driving to and from the airport and dealing with finding affordable parking? We have all been there, circling around the airport, searching for a lot that is not going to break the bank, to no avail. So we head back to the airport parking lot, since we do not want to waste any more time, and pay the high airport lot prices just because we are scared of missing our flight. Well, not anymore! Now you can search online and find airport parking lots near dozens of airports in the country for discount prices. Online sites provide detailed information of all the lots in the vicinity of the airport with short and long term parking options available. They also give addresses and directions to the lots for your convenience. The best part of it all is that you can reserve a spot online. We all love making reservations; they give us a sense of accomplishment, completion, and best of all, a guarantee.

JFK Airport has two parking lot options available off-site: SmartPark JFK and AirPark JFK. Both lots are less than a mile from the airport, and provide a shuttle service to and from the airport. If you are worried about your luggage, don’t be, they also offer curb-to-curb services as well as luggage assistance. The details provided online are comprehensive, and they even have addresses and driving directions to the lot of your choice.

Avoid the hassles of airport transportation and parking onsite, by finding a JFK airport parking rate online today!

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Truly Compare Airport Parking Prices and More

February 27, 2010

THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING UK AIRPORT PARKING.

 

 

Compare or Beware.

 

When considering parking your car at any UK airport you need to be aware of the possible pitfalls when putting your hand in your pocket. Nowadays more than ever it’s important to check and compare things properly. By comparing car parks you can nearly always find the best price, but not only this, you can get up to date information on things like car park security measures, car park location, bus transfer times and car park facilities. For some people it’s not always about finding the cheapest car park, some people want the utmost convenience or the most comprehensive security measures for example, so a website which allows you to compare all of these is a website which truly compares. All of these things can make your travelling experience a lot easier, it just takes a couple of minutes homework.

 

Know what to do when you get there.

 

It does not end there though… you will also need to consider what sort of arrival and departure procedures you need to go though and this is what some websites fail to let you know. If you’re parking your car at Heathrow or Gatwick for example you can find yourself with a massive selection of different car parks to choose from and a lot of them have different procedures. For example some require you to arrive at a reception area, some others require you to use the credit card or debit card you used for booking online to enter the car park and some really up to date car parks now work on a car number plate recognition system.

There is also the Meet and Greet options which nearly always require you to phone just before arriving at the airport terminal and also require you to phone again when you’re just leaving the baggage pick up area. So as you can see it’s vital that when you book your airport parking you find a site which not only compares the price and security etc… but also makes sure you get all the other information to hand such as telephone numbers, addresses and arrival and departure procedures to make your experience as simple as possible. Some websites out there can offer you the very best chance of getting things right the first time so make sure you take your time to look properly.

 

Know your Terminal.

 

Another not so well known issue when booking airport parking is making sure you have the correct car park which serves the terminal you are using. For example if you are looking for Heathrow airport parking then it is especially important because there are five terminals to choose from. Make sure you check the information on the car park and make sure the transfer bus goes to the correct terminal.  Can you imagine getting on the shuttle bus only to find that it has taken you to the wrong terminal !

So always read the car park information very carefully, the better websites out there will always have a “More Information” button for you to click on to get every piece of information you need.

 

Pre book Online and Save.

 

It’s no exaggeration to say that by pre booking online you can save as much as 60% compared to the gate price. The gate price is the price individual car parks will charge you if you simply turn up on the day to park and pay. Most of the major car parks at the major airports will always keep some parking spaces free for such eventualities, but rest assured you will pay a lot more. For example if you wanted Gatwick airport parking in the summer months for two weeks you could choose “Airparks” which is off airport and pay £64.99 by pre booking online, however if you just turned up on the day you would pay £135.00, that’s an amazing saving of £70.01.  Another very commonly used car park at Gatwick is “Summer Special North” which serves the North terminal, if you wanted to use this car park for the same period it would cost you £82.80 when pre booked as apposed to the turn up and pay price of £121.50. So as you can see the advantages of pre booking is very obvious and well worth doing.

You would think that saving so much money would be reason enough to pre book but there is also another less known reason for pre booking your airport parking especially at the larger airports such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Manchester. When you pre book airport parking you are ensuring that a parking space is available for your car on your given dates. It is true that car parks do set aside some parking bays for people who do turn up on the day but these can and do get taken up especially in the summer months. Can you imagine turning up at the car park and finding that the car park is full, yes you could try another car park but what if you’re running slightly late for example or what if the next car park is even full.

 

Stay Overnight On or Near the Airport Before You Fly.

 

One of the best things about staying in a hotel on or near to the airport the night before you fly apart from starting your holiday a day earlier, is that you can seriously wake up the day of your departure much more relaxed and refreshed, your bags are already packed and you’re already at the airport. Staying in a hotel is especially useful if you have a very early flight time, imagine having to be at the airport for say four or five in the morning, who wants to get up at two or three and then drive all that way. For example lets say you want to book Manchester airport parking in summer for two weeks, for ON airport parking this would cost you anything from £49 to £99 depending on which car park you chose and OFF airport parking will cost you anything from approx. £37 to £88. Compare those parking only prices to a cost of only £68 for a double room at the Cresta Court Hotel (3 star) which is approx. 30 mins from the airport which also includes two weeks parking at a secure car park next to the airport. You could also choose the Crown Plaza Hotel (4 star) which is located on the airport itself with two weeks parking at the hotel for only £91.

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Parking for Disabled Badge Holders

February 25, 2010

Are you an orange/blue badge holder or have special needs that may require wheelchair access looking for airport car Parking?

If so, I hope this short article will help to explain what options are available and how you can go about making enquiries or bookings to ensure you have a comfortable and hassle free journey to the airport.

When planning a holiday or trip that involves air travel you need to know that the whole journey is accessible before you set out. Encountering a problem at any stage of the journey such as not being able to find assistance, or a particular vehicle not being accessible could ruin the whole experience, leave you stranded or even stop you from travelling altogether.

Whether you are a disabled traveller or require wheelchair access it is worth taking the time and trouble to plan your travel arrangements before you set out, so that you can enjoy your trip and the journey itself can be a pleasure.

If you are flying from a UK airport you may require airport car Parking. Recently I had an email from a customer enquiring about disabled Parking facilities. To my surprise we had very little information on our website and when I looked on other websites there was also a lack of information.

This led me to spend some considerable time putting together all the information a traveller with special needs may require when considering their car Parking arrangements at the airport. I have covered the five main UK airports below which account for over 60% of passenger traffic. I will be updating our information for other airports in due course, meanwhile you can visit our website…

www.Parking4less.co.uk

for the most up to date information regarding your departure airport.

Please note: at all UK airports, for security reasons, the blue badge (previously orange badge) scheme applies in car parks only. There is no waiting period outside the terminal buildings and no vehicles can be left unattended. Prices and information correct at date of publication (October 2005).

HEATHROW AIRPORT

Short Stay

All car park prices are displayed at car park entrances.

Clearly signed blue/orange badge Parking is available in all short stay car parks located close to terminal access routes.

Help points are located near these spaces and assistance is free to those with special needs.

Wheelchair push/provision or help with baggage will be provided. Lift the green telephone and request assistance.

If you wish to park in blue/orange badge space but take your badge abroad, you will need to show your badge to the car park operator. Please contact the car park operator via the help button on the car park entry machine or by using a help point telephone and asking that the operator be contacted.

You must pay for car park tickets at the customer service kiosks or automatic payment machines before returning to your car. If you cannot reach the ticket/payment slot, press the help button.

Long Stay

On-airport at Parking Express serving terminal 1,2 and 3 or their second car park serving terminal 4. Disabled Parking spaces are located by the courtesy transfer bus stops and the buses have low floors with wheelchair spaces. Transfers run every 10 minutes between 4.45am and 11.45pm. Outside these hours service operates on request.

Pre-booked price from £8.58 per day.

Off-airport at easyParking (serves all terminals). Their office is accessible to disabled passengers and the transfer buses are fully adapted to carry wheelchairs. Transfers operate every 15 minutes 24 hours a day.

Pre-booked price from £6.25 per day.

For more information visit the Parking4less Heathrow Airport Parking page

GATWICK AIRPORT

Short Stay

Prices are displayed clearly at car park entrances.

Clearly signed blue/orange badge Parking is available in the multistorey car parks of both terminals, for short stay Parking. Accessible routes into the terminals are available and are signposted.

Help points are located near the reserved Parking spaces and assistance is free to those with special needs. Wheelchair push/provision or help with baggage can be provided on request, simply lift the telephone and request assistance, quoting your flight number. Please note that priority for assistance is likely to be given to those who have pre-booked with their airline or travel agent.

All the multistorey car parks have a general height limit of two metres, however there is a high sided vehicle park nearby if required.

If you wish to park in blue/orange badge space but take your badge abroad, you will need to show your badge to the car park operator. Please contact the car park operator via the help button on the car park entry machine.

You must pay for car park tickets at the customer service kiosks or automatic payment machines before returning to your car. If you cannot reach the ticket payment slot, press the help button.

Long Stay

On-airport at Parking Express for either the South or North terminal. Disabled Parking spaces are located by the courtesy transfer bus stops and the buses have low floors with wheelchair spaces. Transfers run every 7 to 10 minutes, 24 hours a day.

Blue/orange badge holders can pre-book for long stay Parking and park in the short stay car park. Take a ticket on entry and leave your blue/orange badge on display (a photocopy will suffice should you need to take it with you). On your return visit one of the car park receptions offices and present your pre-booked Parking voucher along with your blue/orange badge and they will validate an exit ticket for you. See above for further details of the short stay car park.

Pre-booked prices from £5.59 per day.

Off-airport at BCP serving both terminals. BCP is located just 10 minutes from both terminals with 24 hour transfers. Courtesy transfer to and from the airport terminal in your own vehicle arranged after you have pre-booked by calling 0870 0134600.

Pre-booked price from £5.62 per day.

For more information visit the Parking4less Gatwick Airport Parking page

STANSTEAD AIRPORT

Short Stay

Car park prices are displayed clearly at the car park entrance.

Blue/orange badge Parking is available in zone D which is located close to the terminal building.

A help point is situated close to the Parking bays in zone D should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

If you wish to park in the blue/orange badge space but need to take your badge abroad, please contact the car park operator via the help button on the entry barrier.

You must pay for car park tickets at the customer service kiosks or automatic payment machines before returning to your car. Payment machines are located in baggage reclaim and in the car park close to the disabled bays. If you cannot reach the ticket/payment slot, please press the help button.

Mid-Stay

The mid stay car park (EParking) is situated just over a mile from the terminal building, all transfer coaches are free of charge and wheelchair accessible. Please allow at least 20 minutes to transfer to the terminal building.

Blue Badge Parking spaces are situated close to the coach pick up shelters, the shelters also have help buttons.

On arrival at the terminal the coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you from the coach. Help phones are situated outside each of the revolving entry doors should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

On your return, the transfer coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you onto the coach which will transfer you back to the mid stay car park.

Pre-booked price from £8.75 per day.

Long Stay

On-airport long stay car park (Pink Elephant) is situated approximately four miles from the terminal building. All transfer coaches are free of charge and wheelchair accessible. Please allow at least 45 minutes to transfer to the terminal building.

Orange/Blue Badge Parking spaces are situated close to the coach pick up shelters, the shelters also have help buttons.

On arrival at the terminal the coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist you from the coach. Help phones are situated outside each of the revolving entry doors should you require a wheelchair or assistance. This is a free service up to the point of check-in.

The transfer coach driver or forecourt marshal will assist onto the coach which will transfer you back to the long stay car park.

Pre-booked price from £5.60 per day.

For more information visit the Parking4less Stansted Airport Parking page

MANCHESTER AIRPORT

Short Stay

Prices are displayed clearly at all car park entrances.

Special Disabled Parking Bays are available in the short stay car parks, located adjacent to the lifts.

Wheelchair assistance is provided by the airlines, arrangements should be requested at the time of booking your flight or holiday. If you wish to park in a disabled bay but take your badge with you on you journey, please contact the call centre on 0161 489 3723 to make arrangements.

Long Stay

On-airport at Premier Park with Orange/Blue Badge Parking spaces situated close to the coach pick up shelters. A frequent courtesy bus with wheelchair access runs between the car park and all the terminals. Once you have pre-booked you can convert your booking to the short stay car park at no extra charge by ringing 0161 489 3723. You will be required to provide your flight details, dates of travel, car registration number and disabled badge number.

Pre-booked price from £4.65 per day.

Off-airport at Airparks Services with transfers operating 24 hours per day taking approximately 20 minutes. All buses have disabled access.

Pre-booked price from £2.99 per day.

For more information visit the Parking4less Manchester Airport Parking page

LUTON AIRPORT

Short Stay

There are dedicated disabled Parking bays for Blue Disabled Badge holders at the front of the Short Term Car Park. Free Parking is allowed for the first 60 minutes. Any overstay will result in the full payment being required from the time of arrival in the car park.

Customers wishing to claim the free 60 minutes should present their disabled Parking badge at the NCP desk within the terminal building for validation. The disabled Parking clock must remain on show within the vehicle.

Passenger Assistance Telephones are available should further assistance be required.

Pre-booked price from £15.75

Mid Stay

The Mid Stay car park is suited to stays of up to 5 days and has designated disabled bays. A fully accessible bus service is provided for transport to the terminal. Their drivers welcome the opportunity to assist disabled customers to board and disembark the buses on request. A Special Assistance Help Point is available enabling disabled customers to call for free assistance.

Pre-booked price from £11.05 per day.

Long Stay

On-airport the Long Stay car park also welcomes disabled drivers. A fully accessible bus service is provided for transport to the terminal. Airport drivers welcome the opportunity to assist disabled customers to board and disembark the buses on request. There is also a Special Assistance Help Point enabling disabled passengers to call for free assistance.

Pre-booked price from £7.55 per day.

Off-airport at Airparks Services with transfers operating 24 hours a day. All of the Airparks Services buses have disabled access.

Pre-booked price from £2.99 per day.

For more information visit the Parking4less Luton Airport Parking page

If you want to find out more information about the motoring needs of disabled drivers visit Aiding Mobility.

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Edinburgh airport – Save money and compare airport car parking

February 23, 2010

BAA has the responsability of different airports, among them there is Edinburgh airport.

If you want to park your car in Edinburgh Airport, you will have to choose between differents airports parking providers.

BAA Parking
The new car park provide covered parking on five levels and incorporates a two hour zone on the floor
You can pre-book in calling us on the 0870 850 28 25 +44(0)121 410 5105 (from outside the Uk)

Click here to pre-book your holiday parking space online pre-booking service or call 0870 850 2825 (UK) or +44(0)121 410 5105 (from outside the UK).
Baa propose :

Edinburgh Chauffeured Parking

The Parking arrangements are so easy – if you are in a hurry, or need baby special care, travelling with the family on holiday or travelling on business….

At the departure, a dedicated driver will organise your meeting at the terminal entrance and park the car for you in a on airport car park. When you return, you will be met with your car at the terminal.
You will have to give a phone call to the chauffeur parking service to confirm your travel arrangement.

There will be supplements if you travel between the times quoted.
£12.00 between 2200-2330 hours and 0500-0600 hours.
£14.00 between 2330-0130 hours and 0400-0500 hours.
£18.50 between 0130-0400 hours.
Holidays (limited service) – £20.00 Christmas Day, £15.00 Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, £12.00 any other Bank Holiday.

Edinburgh On-Airport Parking

The Meteor car park is a long-term car parking at Edinburgh Airport. You can book online and take advantage of the holiday extras price.
Transfers: run to and from the Edinburgh airport terminal 24 hours daily, every 10 minutes, taking just 5 minutes.
There is transfers possible 24 hours daily, every 10 minutes and taking 5 minutes, fence and cameras secure the area.

On arrival: take a ticket from the barrier and park in the designated area. A transfer will take you to the terminal. Allow about 20 minutes to check-in and transfer to the terminal.

When you return, you can catch a minibus to the car park from a pick up point outside the main terminal. When you arrived at the car park, you can go to the customer service building to exchange your entry ticket and printed your confirmation for an exit ticket.

Please note: Free battery re-charge service is available if required. Full directions will be supplied with you airport parking booking. Edinburgh on-airport car parking is available to pre-book for a minimum stay of 4 days.

There are extra services if you need as : Free battery re-charge, full directions will be supplied with your booking. You can prebook but only for a minimum stay of 4 days.

Edinburgh Park and Fly

The Park and Fly shuttle buses take 5 minutes to get to and from Edinburgh Airport. Park and Fly offer short and long term airport parking for Edinburgh.

You can book for only one day ! Park and Fly offer very good service – and you will have different parking solutions depending on you needs.

Park and Fly Personal Parking: Save time when you book a Chauffeur Parking Service. A chauffeur will meet you at the terminal and put your car to a secure car park. When you return, a driver will meet you at the terminal with your car ready for you to drive.

Park and Fly Undercover Parking: Present your printed e-mail confirmation or quote your booking reference then hand in your car keys. Your car will be parked for you in the undercover storage just next door whilst your board the FREE transfer bus to the terminal.

The transfers taking 5 minutes into the terminal and operate around the clock to and from the airport every 10 minutes.
The park and fly Edinburgh parking is protected by a infra-red fencing nand 24 hour patrols.

When you arrive we take your car from the reception, on return you go to the reception and your car will be ready in the departure area.
On your return: go to reception and you car will be ready in the departure area.
You have to know that maximum vehicle size should fit one parking space, no trailers are permitted at this car park. If you need mobile homes and caravans can park but you have to contact the car park to discuss extra charges.

Edinburgh Secured Airparks

Secure Airparks is close to Edinburgh Airport, it only take one minute journey to reach the airport. The car park offers quick transfers and competitive prices for Edinburgh Airport Parking. The Transfers run 24 hours on a request basis.

When you arrive, go to the reception and check in your car and keys for rapid transfer to the airport. Present your confirmation slip or quote your reference.

You will receive full information when you will return.
This airpark is secured 24 hours thanks to fence and holds a Secure Car Parks Award.

Also it is interesting to know that you can have a car cleaning service, and full directions to Edinburgh Airparks car park can be supplied with your booking.

There is a useful website that allows you to compare airport car parking prices : helpmetravel.co.uk .You will also be able to find more detailed informations about Edinburgh airport car parking

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Parking at Durham Airport

February 16, 2010

Six miles east of Darlington, on the A67 you can find the Durham-Tees Valley Airport. The facility is easy accessible from the A1 motorway, A19 and A66.

Mostly I use Durham airport for short business voyages. As a sales manager I travelled the last 18 months regularly out of Durham to mainly domestic destinations. As I always go to the airport by car I also parked it each time at one of available parking sites. As a regular passenger I took the time to try most of the car parks. I guess by now I know quite a lot about the services which the parking agencies at the airport offer. Hope you find this article useful and that it might save you some time and cash.

These days the internet represents plenty of new marketing options and as long as I use Durham airport I always pre-booked my car parking online. Not only is it very easy to do but you also will save some cash as the better internet suppliers offer competitive Durham airport parking prices. Parking at the airport is rather expensive so it’s pleasant to save a couple of pounds on it.

Similar levels of services are offered by all of the parking agencies. They only differences between them are where they are located and the price they charge for their services. I always based the choice of the parking site on the fees and how much time there would be left before I had to check in. The most important factor to consider is how much time you have before checking-in for your flight and how much money you wish to spend on parking.

The two most convenient options at Durham airport include The Spa Hotel’s car park and the On Airport Parking facility. The Spa Hotel runs a car parking which is situated on-site at the airport facility. Checking your car in is a very easy affair. Once you arrive you just have to go to the reception and they will park your car for you. When you return from your break or business trip you can get your car keys back from the reception.

Opposite the terminal building you can find the on airport car park. From the park it is just a short walk to the airport terminal. The amenity is very well-secured with around the clock security patrols and advanced CCTV equipment. The check in procedure is straightforward. Once you arrive at the park you have to obtain a voucher from the barrier and keep this with you. Upon your return you exchange the entry ticket at the information counter which is positioned in the terminal inside the terminal. Easy does it!

After 18 months of frequently making use of the Durham-Tees Valley airport I know that by now I tried all the other parking options. For your benefit, mentioned below is a good selection of websites. I use these all the time and never experienced any difficulties with them.

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Sticky: Flight to SEMA 2009

November 5, 2009

Yesterday Margie and I made our first trip in our C182 to Las Vegas for the SEMA show.

After checking the latest weather briefings online and filing our VFR flight plan, we walked out to our hanger fifty feet outside our front door, did a preflight inspection and taxied onto our runway for departure.

After departure we climbed and leveled out at 8500 feet for the one and a half hour flight.

My iPhone seldom works from the air, but Margie’s Blackberry maintained a solid connection throughout the flight as she was sending text messages to our daughter, her friends and my flight instructor keeping them all updated on her first cross country in N918RR.

After landing at KHND Margie gave me a high five for a perfect landing

We grabbed a rental car, checked into our hotel and she then dropped me off at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the SEMA show.

I taped several interviews with my pals at Escort Radar and Leon from Blinder (see www.RadarRoy.com)

I then caught a cab back to our Hotel and Margie and I met up with Caleb Jennings at the Rio Seafood Buffet for dinner.

Caleb is one of the brightest and committed Internet Marketers that I’ve ever met and works directly for the legionary Joe Sugarman.

After diner Margie and I headed to the Palazzo to see Jersey Boys.

Growing up in Belleville NJ and having a neighbor that was “connected” I met Frankie Valli several times when he came back to the neighborhood for his Sunday family dinners, so I was able to relate to many of the situations and characters that were portrayed during the show.

After the show Margie and I both agreed that we would be making another trip to Vegas to see another showing, we enjoyed it so much.

This morning we both got up early and drove to the Wedding Chapel that our daughter Erin will be getting married at in February. As it was early in the morning, the chapel was not yet open, but we both commented on how attractive the grounds were and how they had all the amenities all in one location.

We then headed back to KHND (Henderson Executive Airport), returned the rental car and loaded up our suitcase into N918RR for departure.

While flying over Kingman I checked our weather reporting station at our home base and found out that the winds we blowing at 15 knots, gusting to 25 from the southeast. As this is the standard approach for our airpark I diverted to E25 (Wickenburg Airport).

A friend of ours met us at the Airport and drove us back home and I returned a few hours later when the winds became more manageable to land at our home.

I caught Margie several times covering her eyes when she began questioning my flying abilities or getting rocked around when we hit turbulence south of Kingman, but all in all she was a great champ on her first cross country trip in N918RR

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Sticky: Copper State Fly-In; 2009

October 25, 2009

Today a friend of mine John Feck came out to 0AZ5 to fly out with me to the CopperState Fly-In located at KCZG in Casa Grande, Az.

At 0830 hours we departed my home (0AZ5) a flew towards Buckeye and around the White Tanks and South Mountain to avoid “bravo” airspace and then headed toward I-10.

Just west of Firebird Lake we intercepted I-10 and headed southeast to the transition point for entry to the airshow.

We circled the transition point twice before CopperState approach cleared us to KCZG for left traffic runway 5.

John and I took in the sites at the event checking out hundreds of aircraft, the vendors and of course the food. John took several photos and I hope to have those posted here soon.

At 1500 hours we departed and took the southwest route back home, into Buckeye and then north.

Morristown’s Newest Weather Station

May 16, 2008

This past week “Radar” Roy, Castle Well Airpark’s newest resident (and webmaster), installed a Davis Instruments Wireless Vantage Pro2 weather station at his home to provide real time weather information for the airpark and nearby residents.

Roy’s weather station updates the Castle Well Airport’s website every five minutes with weather data and can also be programmed to email weather alerts.

Radar Roy will also be developing a data feed for web enabled cell phones so those on the go can easily stay abreast of weather data at the airpark.

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Driving Instructions to Castle Well Airpart

May 16, 2008

Castle Well Airpark is located north of State Route 74 and east of Castle Hot Springs Road, on 251st Ave.

The entrance of the Airpark is gated, so if you’re planning on visiting one of the homeowners, be sure to obtain the gate code from them prior to heading out.

Prior to driving onto the runway, please come to a complete stop and look both ways and UP!

If you’re driving a large truck, please stay off the paved surfaces of the airstrip and drive in the dirt shoulder.

Here is a map to help you find our location.

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