St. John’s International Airport Parking
St. John’s International Airport believes that every experience passengers have at the airport should be a great one – and that also involves parking. Whether travelers are catching a flight for a short business trip, coming to the airport for a drop-off/pick-up, or taking a family vacation, there are parking service options to meet every need.
Cell Phone Parking Lot
Cell Phone lot at the airport is complimentary and even includes free Wi-Fi. The lot is designed for visitors who are waiting for a call from arriving travelers. When passengers arrive, they can then proceed to the terminal.
Gold Pass Parking
Gold Pass Parking offers the ultimate time-saver option for frequent passengers. Conveniently located near the Arrivals Area of YYT terminal, the lot can be accessed with a swipe card. Monthly Fee at the lot is available for $120.
The short-term lot is designed for the prompt “in and out” availability of the terminal building in two hours or less. The lot is available per half hour or part thereof at the cost of $2.00 with no daily maximum.
When passengers are gone for a more extended period like a week or month, parking a vehicle in a long-term lot can be a solution for them. The area is intended to keep a car for more than two hours and does not require reservations. The maximum daily rate for 24 hours at the lot costs $16.00. Parking a car for a week is possible at the cost of $80.00.
Prepay Express Parking
Customers are welcome to receive an easy, quick and convenient exit through the express lanes, with prepay available at any of the seven stations available:
- Arrivals/Baggage Area
- Airline Check-in Counters
- Covered walkway in the Short-Term Parking Lot
Passengers should remember to bring their parking stub and have 15 minutes from the time they pay for their parking until the time they exit the parking lot. Charges apply at the gate beyond this time.
Violators in “No Parking” or “No Parking Except Under Permit” areas at the YYT are ticketed according to the Government of Canada’s Contraventions Act, effective July 1, 2019. Any unattended cars parked opposite to these regulations may also be removed at the owner’s expense.
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CBSA The Canada Border Services Agency is operating as a federal law enforcement bureau that is strived to implement immigration, border control (i.e., surveillance and protection), and customs services in Canada. Canada Border Services Agency is performing at YYT for controlling, securing, and managing borders of the country. CBSA agents are operating to make sure that all passengers who enter the country are eligible and comply with the laws and regulations in Canada. The organization is detaining travelers who may represent a potential threat and removes commuters who are deemed inadmissible to Canada. CBSA is also in charge of inspecting the goods and products that arrive at the borders to make sure that no illegal, prohibited or forbidden items enter the country. The officers are also responsible for ensuring that all applicable duties and taxes on the merchandise are collected.
Public Transportation The St. John’s Transportation Commission (Metrobus) offers public transit services to and from YYT to popular destinations in the St. John’s metro region, including Memorial University. Route 14 includes two pick-up and drop-off location spots at the airport – one can be reached near the arrivals area of the terminal building, and another is conveniently available on World Parkway near the Holiday Inn Express Hotel.