Lower Prices

Reserving with our parking lots can save you up to 70% compared to on-location parking.

Easy Transportation

Most lots are close to the airport. Shuttles run frequently to take you to the airport & back.

Parking Security

You will have a guaranteed spot with your reservation. Your car will be parked safely for your entire trip.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

Our special promotions save you money when you stay 7 days or more!

Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

All RIC Airport Parking Lots

Park 'N Go (RIC)
Excellent(4.8, 3279 Reviews)
2.0 miles from RIC
Free Shuttle
Rodeway Inn
Excellent(4.5, 2 Reviews)
1.4 miles from RIC
Free Shuttle
RIC Airport Parking Summary
Number of options:2
Nearest to RIC:Rodeway Inn
Most popular:Park 'N Go (RIC)
Alternative options:RIC Hotel + Parking Package

Top Hotels Near RIC with Long Term Parking Packages

Rodeway Inn
(2, 2 Reviews)
1.2 miles from RIC
Package Includes Parking
Airport Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

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Richmond (RIC) Airport Guide

Parking is a huge hassle no matter where you go, but it can be particularly frustrating when the place is the Richmond Airport. You're often pressed for time and have a hundred other things to do, the last thing you need is to worry about Richmond Airport parking. If you are traveling and have long-term parking needs, ParkSleepFly.com can help. We guarantee some of the best rates anywhere, in addition to our ease of use. Cancellations are worry-free, and with our advanced booking, we take all of the guesswork out of parking. We also offer inclusive Park Sleep Fly packages for those in need of an airport hotel, RIC Airport parking, and shuttle transportation.

The Best of Richmond Airport

Richmond International Airport (RIC) is considered to be a "small" airport, though it does have two concourses and many conveniences that will make your time there enjoyable. The facilities are modern and kept to a high standard of cleanliness, and many travelers will particularly like the various dining options available here; quite a few considering the size of the airport. There's also a chapel where you can find a bit of peace, ATM and cash machines, and a currency exchange in case you need to grab some foreign currency before your destination. Free WiFi is available throughout.

Some Minor Irritations For Travelers

While there are a lot of things to like about Richmond International, we noticed a few things that are likely to cause a bit of discomfort to the weary traveler. For one, the seating is uncomfortable, especially for travelers who choose to stay overnight. For this reason, most people sleep on the floor at Richmond. We recommend bringing a handy travel mattress if you know you'll be staying the night here. While there are shops available (we'll list some of our favorites below), we find that there are no duty-free options, which may be a disappointment to some passengers. There are also no showers for those overnighters wishing to clean up.

Great Shopping and Dining

There are a great dining or shopping options open to you at Richmond, considering the size of the airport. Hudson News operates both a newsstand and a bookstand and sells hundreds of periodicals or books for your reading pleasure. There's a nice gift shop in "Discovery Virginia," as it offers a plethora of unique items from around the Commonwealth. KidsWorks is a fine option if you're traveling with little ones and need to grab something quick to keep them occupied while you take a breather.

For food, go to"Cheeburger Cheeburger," or slightly more upscale dining experiences in Applebee's and Club Level Grill. Best of all, many of Richmond's restaurants open as early as 4 am, increasing your lunch and dinner windows.

Steeped in History

Almost a century ago--1927--the airport was called the Richard Evelyn Byrd Flying Field, a fitting honor for aviator Richard Byrd. Charles Lindbergh himself attended the ceremony. The airport underwent a number of renovations and upgrades including a new terminal building and various expansions. By 1984, it was the fourth-largest airport in the state. Richmond International isn't just a favorite terminal for passengers, handling over one hundred thousand annual landings and takeoffs. It's also a frequent stop for important officials; the previous two Presidents have made stops at RIC aboard Air Force One a combined ten times.

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