Here at Cophall Parking we provide long stay parking for customers who would like to leave their cars at Gatwick Airport while they go on their travels. You might find that using Gatwick Airport’s long stay parking can be costly. However, Cophall provides Gatwick parking at low prices with state-of-the-art security.
Our Gatwick long stay parking site doesn’t only have accreditation from official safety bodies like Park Mark and Trading Standards, but we’re also on the approved operators list for Gatwick Airport. We have been vetted by these bodies alongside the local police, who have checked our security and protocols are in place.
Our car park is barrier controlled and has CCTV and sensor lighting.
However, here at Cophall we don’t just rely on technology to keep your car safe. We have installed a high fenced perimeter and always have people on site, both customer service representatives and a security team to carry out regular patrols of the car park.
Long stay parking at Gatwick Airport with Cophall is very simple. Book your space online and register with us to receive 10% OFF your Gatwick Parking everytime. On the day, drive to our car park, come through the barrier (your car will be videoed), park outside the reception area and head inside, we will check you in and take your keys so we can move your car to our fully secure Gatwick long stay car park located behind the reception. Our transfer bus, which runs on-demand, will take you to the terminal of your choice.
Once you return and make it through customs, give us a call and we will send our transfer bus to meet you outside the terminal. We will also move your car back from the long stay car park to outside reception, this way you can get off the bus, collect your keys and get going.
Gatwick parking is a competitive market. When searching for parking you will see some prices that are very low. We would advise you to look deeper into the companies that are offering these low prices, as not all Gatwick car parks are the same and provide adequate security for your car.
You can find many news articles about these rogue traders, there have been cases of damage, stolen cars and staff speeding or using vehicles for personal use.