The extension of the P3 ‘Holiday’ car park at Brussels Airport has been completed, providing 2 000 extra spaces, Interparking and the airport announced on Monday. The extension brings the total number of parking spaces available at Brussels Airport to 13 000.
The extension is spread over ten floors, with two underground levels, and will be open to the public on 1 July. It also includes 50 spaces for people with reduced mobility and 32 additional spaces for electric cars.
You pay up to five euros for one-hour parking. For 5 to 6 hours, it becomes 22 euros. Regarding the daily rates, there is only a discount after three or four days. For the first day, you pay 22 euros; for four days, it becomes 80 euros.
The car park can be an interesting alternative for those who stay longer than ten days because the rates are degressive and thus facilitate long-term parking. Therefore, for ten days, you pay 133 euros, for 15 days 157 euros, and for 20 days 168 euros. Those who park for 28 days finally pay 185 euros. From day 29, you pay another 22 euros per additional day.