Parking at the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

St. Louis is a major Midwest travel hub.
St. Louis is a major Midwest travel hub. (Image: Thinkstock/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

If you're flying out of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport north of the Gateway City, you have several parking options, depending on your budget and other needs. You can park in covered or uncovered lots near the terminals or leave your car farther away and take a shuttle.

Choose the lot that best suits your needs. Through its vendor Super Park, the airport offers several lots with varying pricing. Covered parking at terminals 1 and 2 costs the most, with uncovered lots A, B, C and D available farther from the terminals at a lower daily price -- the farther away the lot from the terminals, the lower the cost.

Grab your ticket at the entrance and enter the lot. Find a parking space and unload your luggage to prepare to wait for a free shuttle to your terminal. These shuttles arrive at each lot about every eight minutes.

Board your shuttle and tell the driver which airline you're flying on so she can take you to the correct terminal. Drivers will help you with your bags, and tips are customary for this service.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you're picking up a passenger, you can avoid paying a parking fee by waiting in the cell phone lot for either of the two terminals. Signs display the status of arriving flights so you'll know when your passenger touches down. The airport recommends confirming that the passenger is ready for immediate pickup before you leave the lot.
  • There are additional lots along the Interstate 170 corridor a few miles from the airport. You can save a little more on parking rates by parking at one of these and taking the shuttle to the airport.

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