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It's like Park and Ride but without the need to catch a shuttle bus! Drive right to the terminal building following signs for Stansted Short Stay parking. Pull into the car park where your number plate will be automatically recognised (if you have booked in advance with Stanstedparking.com).
Find a parking space, unload your bags and secure your vehicle. Journey time into the check-in zone from the Short Stay car park is less than 5 minutes by foot. Your car will remain where it is and you will keep the keys whilst away. When you land back at Stansted Airport simply clear customs and walk back to your car.
Park and Walk at Stansted (Short Stay) is perfect if you want to be close to the terminal building but at the same time park yourself and keep your keys. Book as far in advance as possible as prices always increase as car park occupancy does.
Simply arrive at the Short Stay car park at Stansted Airport and find a parking space. Park your car and make your way by foot right into the terminal building. It couldn't be easier and is ideal if you prefer to keep your car keys on you. Park and Walk is not quite as convenient as Valet Parking or Meet and Greet but journey time into the check-in area is still only 5 minutes.
"Would use again. Easy to find, especially once you know where it is. Decent sized park, clean/tidy, surface in good repair. Close to terminal, though could be a walk if you brought a case from the far side rather than carry-on. Instructions didn't say that a parking ticket would be issued on entry had to be validated prior to leaving, though you could work that out. System worked though. Not an issue within Short Stay's purview is that the immediate entry into the terminal by the train station is at best decrepit. Also, the outside front of the terminal was besieged by smokers, not nice to walk through. Saw two near collisions in the short time I was exiting with people driving haphazardly across the disabled parking area, likely as the lanes are oddly aligned and there is no obvious pick-up area near the pedestrian exit."