The Parking Lot is located outside the terminal building, with over 1,100 parking stalls. It offers free but limited vehicle plug-ins, activated by outdoor air temperature.
Parking Options & Fees:
1. Curbside Meters: Parking meters are directly in front of the terminal building. A limited number of parking meters along curbside are to be used only for very brief parking and limited to 30 minutes. Fees:
Every 7.5 minutes - $0.25
2. ExpressXE Lot - Daily Parking:
Each half hr or part thereof - $2.50
Each add'l hr thereafter - $5.00
Daily max - $22.00
Weekly max - $154.00
3. StandardXE Lot - Long-Time Parking:
Each 30 min - $2.50
Daily Max: $16.00
Weekly max (7 consec. days) - $112
Lost tickets: Flat rate - $16/day
Payment Methods: Parking fees can be paid for in the terminal or at the exit kiosk.
The parking lot exit kiosk accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard and Debit Card.
Five automated express pay station machines are located inside the terminal building; three near the exit doors by the baggage claim area, one near the central Grand Hall, and one across from the Airline ticket counters. Each express pay station machine accepts Cash, Visa and Mastercard.
Avoid any kiosk line-ups by paying inside the terminal building.
YXE Off-Airport Parking
Traveler Help & Resources
Once you have selected the best parking option for you, check out these tips that can help you on your journey through the airport:
- Once you get through security, pull up the interactive terminal map to navigate to your gate, and see all the restaurant and shopping options along the way.
- Be aware of how long you might need to need to wait at the security checkpoint in your terminal.
- Coming out of baggage claim with lots of checked luggage? The airport's got your back (and saving it). Baggage carts are located near the baggage carousels.
- If your flight is arriving to the airport from another city and need a quick way to get to your destination, check out your airport shuttle options here.
- Need to know which business services are available, such as copy machines, postal services, or even a notary? Check here.