‘Red Eye’ Flight Info

If you have booked parking with Flyparks and have an early flight departure from Exeter Airport, here is some important advice and information.

Same our number on your mobile – just in case you need us..!

Check our signs to find your parking space. We regularly ‘housekeep’ our zones to ease the ebb-and-flow of the seasonal flight schedules.

Depending on the parking you have booked, you may be dropping your keys in our self-service zone.

Always check road closures in advance. Like most UK roads, the M5 and the A30 roads (the main arteries that lead to the airport) occasionally get closed, overnight, for maintenance and repairs.

Get the exact address and don’t fully rely on your Sat-Nav. They do a great job but we do get many calls from customers who are in the area but not quite at our entrance.

Rushing to get to your parking space leaves you stressed before your holiday starts and increases the risk of accidents.

Take your time. Your extra early alarm clock will be disrupting your natural body clock. Sleep depravation is an illegal form of torture!

The RAC and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) have put together some helpful tips on driving at night.

Consider arriving the evening before and staying overnight. Minimise the disruption to your journey.

Fair Oak House is the nearest hotel to Exeter Airport – just 150 metres walk away.

As a sister business to Flyparks and sited in the same location to the Flyparks Drop-off zone, it makes for a seamless experience.