Mobility-impaired travellers will always be able to find a convenient car space at Schiphol. All airport-based car parks have accessible car spaces located near lifts, entrances and exits. If you plan to use long-term parking at P3, a wheelchair-accessible bus will take you from the car park to the terminals within minutes.
No hidden costs
It costs you nothing extra to use an accessible car space. Simply book online at your preferred Schiphol Parking car park. Just make sure that your blue disabled parking card, called an ‘invalidekaart’ in Dutch, is displayed clearly on your car dashboard. Your badge may come from the Dutch transport authority, or from the relevant transport authority in another EU country.
Our airport assistants will be more than happy to help you get to and from the terminal. Please make sure you book their services with enough advance notice.
List of accessible parking locations
Here is a list of where you will find the accessible car spaces at all Schiphol Parking car parks:
- P3 Long Term – Unsheltered at P3 right next to the entrance
- P3 Long Term – Sheltered at P3 left after the entrance
- P1 Short Term at P1 on every floor next to the lift
- Privium Excellence Parking on the first floor near the lifts.
There are no accessible car spaces at Schiphol Terminal Valet. However, these are not needed because your car will be taken to a nearby location for storage, and brought back when you return. If you need help or assistance, please alert an airport assistant in advance.
Pick-up and drop-off
Many accessible car spaces are available in front of the departure halls. You can park for up to 1 hour, provided you leave your disabled parking card visible on the dashboard of your car.