There is a choice of short-stay, long-stay and meet and greet parking at Inverness Airport.
It's a fairly compact airport meaning that all car parks are within walking distance of the terminal.
You'll find two on-site short-stay car parks at Inverness Airport. If you're going away for no longer than three days, these are the cheapest options.
For trips longer than three days, the long-stay car park is better value for money. More on this below.
If you require an accessible parking bay or related assistance getting to the terminal, simply contact the information desk team from one of the various call points in the car parks.
Take the hassle out of parking and streamline your journey with Inverness Airport's meet and greet service.
It's as easy as booking in advance online, turning up to the premium and drop-off car park on the day you depart, and handing over your keys. A designated driver will sort out the rest.
If you're parking your car at Inverness Airport for more than three days, you'll save money by booking a bay in the long-stay car park in the airport's north-west corner. Situated half-a-mile from the terminal, it's roughly a 10-minute walk to the check-in desk.
It's highly recommended that you pre-book a bay at Inverness Airport's long-stay car park. This is because there are only a limited number of spaces available, meaning drive-up customers - who haven't booked in advance - may be required to pay the short-stay premium.
While Inverness Airport's terminal isn't as big as other airports, you'll still find a decent selection of eating, drinking and shopping facilities on either side of security.
If you prefer a little peace and quiet, away from the hustle and bustle of departures, consider booking into the Aspire Lounge.
This premium facility offers complimentary food and drink in a comfortable environment. The perfect way to start your trip!
You don't have to worry about the security of your car when flying from Inverness Airport, as the official on-site car parks are regularly patrolled and monitored with CCTV cameras.
Additional security is provided by an entry and exit barrier that features automatic number plate recognition technology, ensuring all cars entering and leaving the car parks are monitored.
Whether you've been on a long road trip or you simply prefer to get the commute to the airport out of the way, booking an overnight stay at a local hotel makes a lot of sense.
The three-star Thistle Hotel Inverness, which is near the city centre, is one option. It's just eight miles from the airport and the same distance from the iconic Loch Ness.
You can take advantage of the restaurant and leisure facilities during your stay, then take the 15-minute drive to the airport in the morning.
Just remember to sort out your parking in advance so that you spend more money on fun things!