The top car-parking money guzzler was London City airport, charging drivers £315 ($479) for a week's stay—more than some passengers will pay for their flights. This makes parking for a week at centrally-located City airport almost four times as expensive as parking at New York's JFK, which charges $124.70.
London City airport is typically used for business trips, meaning the average passenger might use the airport car park for less than a week. That may be little consolation though for short-term parkers—London City's car park charges customers $22.60 for 1-2 hours, when booked in advance.
London Heathrow is the world's second most expensive airport for parking, according to JustPark, charging $254 for a week's stay and £12 ($18) for 1-2 hours parking. London's Stansted airport came in at number 4, followed by Luton and Gatwick in eighth and ninth place respectively.
"We've long known that airport parking is overpriced across the country, but all the same these new revelations are remarkable," said Anthony Eskinazi, founder of JustPark, in a statement.
"When people are paying more for their airport parking than their flights, something needs to change."
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