P1 Schiphol: P1 Short-Term Parking
Book a parking spot at Schiphol: P1 Short-Term Parking
Biggest advantages P1 Short-Term Parking
- From 0 till 48 hours parking
- Short walk to the terminal
- Mainly sheltered garage
- Permanent video surveillance
- Ideal for picking up and bringing
Do you want to park your car at Schiphol for a maximum of 2 days? Or are you bringing someone or picking someone up? Then P1 Short-Term Parking in the mainly sheltered P1 garage could be perfect for you. The garage is near the terminal. You can use this address for navigation: Ceintuurbaan Zuid, 1118 CX Schiphol. View the route on Google Maps.
Parking rates P1 Short-Term Parking
For P1 Short-Term Parking you can make a reservation up to 2 hours before arrival at P1. Making a reservation is not required. The same parking rates will occur with or without reservation if you book or drive in on the day itself. Please note that you can park up to a maximum of 48 hours. If you park longer than 48 hours, an extra fee of € 100 per day will be incurred.
|Every 10 minutes||€ 1.10|
|0 - 24 hours||€ 44|
|24 - 48 hours||€ 88|
Changing or cancelling a parking reservation
It is free to change your parking reservation up to 24 hours before you arrive. That is ideal if you plan to arrive at Schiphol with a different car (i.e. with a different number plate) or if your travel dates change. It is important to remember that if you change your reservation, you will automatically receive a new reservation number. Please save the confirmation of your reservation and any changes that we send you by email, as they will contain the most up-to-date information.
P1 Short-Term Parking: facts and figures
- From a maximum of 48 hours
- 2 floors
- 3,900 parking spots
- 12 charging points for electric cars
- Width parking spots: 2.40 meters
- Maximum height: 2 meters
- Parking spaces for mobility impaired drivers
From car to plane
How parking works at P1 Short-Term Parking
Step 1: Use the following address for your navigation system to P1 Short-Term Parking: Ceintuurbaan Zuid, 1118 CX Schiphol. Or simply follow the signs at Schiphol to P1.
Step 2: Leave your home on time. Please check your airline's website for up-to-date advice and your check-in desk’s opening time. We normally advise 2 hours in advance for European flights, and 3 hours for intercontinental flights.
Step 3: There are 2 options to recognise you (and your reservation) when you enter and exit P1 with the car. If you paid your reservation with credit card, you can offer that same credit card at the barrier. Entering with number plate recognition is also an option. Read how both options work in the FAQ's below.
Step 4: Park your car (in the garage) and walk to departures within 3 to 6 minutes.
Frequently asked questions P1 Short-Term Parking
What if I use P1 Short-term Parking without a reservation?
Nothing, you can drive in on the day of your departure. Online rates are the same on the day itself if you did not make a reservation but drive in on the day itself. You can make an online reservation up to 2 hours before arrival.
How do I enter and exit P1 Short-term Parking with a reservation?
There are 2 ways to enter and exit P1 Short-Term Parking by car. You can choose for credit card recognition or number plate recognition.
How do I enter and exit P1 with credit card recognition?
Offer the same credit card at the barrier that you used to make the reservation. When you exit the garage with the car, you can offer your credit card again. Therefore, you do not have to pay at the payment terminal.
If you exceed the reservation by a day or more, you have to pay up to € 100 extra costs. You can pay at the payment terminal or directly at the barrier with your credit card.
How does it work when I want to drive in P1 with licence plate recognition?
- Make sure your number plate is clean and readable and that it matches the number on your reservation.
- You will automatically receive a parking ticket at the barrier with your number plate and your reservation number printed on it. It can take a while before our system recognises your number plate. Please note: do not press the button for a parking ticket
- Take your parking ticket from the machine
- Keep your parking ticket with you because you will need it again when you leave
- When you return, you do not need to go to the payment terminal. You can simply exit with your parking ticket, unless you park longer than your estimated departure time; if that happens, you can pay the extra costs up to € 100 at the payment terminal.
Please note: please do not press the button for a parking ticket, if you have not automatically received a parking ticket (see step 2, above). Always ask for assistance at the intercom. Please keep your reservation number by hand so we can help you faster if problems occur.
Where and how can I use the electric charging points?
You can charge your electric car on the second floor/the roof of the P1 garage. You can find these charging points on row 206 and row 207. There are 12 charging points. You will pay € 0,36 per kWh for charging with a starting rate of € 1,21. You cannot reserve a charging point.
Where are the parking spaces for mobility impaired drivers?
On each floor there are parking spaces for mobility impaired drivers next to the elevator. They are marked with the International Symbol of Access (ISA). These parking spots cannot be reserved and are intended for use by anyone with a disability card. Always place the card clearly visible behind the windscreen. Our airport assistants will be happy to help you to and from Departures and Arrivals.
What is the maximum car park height?
What is the fastest way from P1 Short-term Parking to Departures and Arrivals?
Departures and Arrivals are already visible from P1. Follow the signs and walk to the terminals in just a few minutes.
Can I still drive with my Privium card at P1 Short Parking?
No. You can't drive into P1 Short Parking with your Privium card from November 2nd. You can enter at Privium 1, Address: Transportstraat, 1118 ZT Schiphol, where you can park for 72 hours now.