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West Palm Beach Airport Parking: WPB Options

With all of the stress that can come with traveling by air these days, not being aware of parking instructions can be just as bad as the actual process of flying by plane. Yet, at West Palm Beach Airport or WPB airport, parking your vehicle or using a parking alternative lot that is private and off-site is fairly simple.

If you are picking up someone that knows their way around the airport, a cell phone waiting lot is available to those who do not need to leave their car and looking to park for a short period of time. This lot is free to use.

Short-term parking is available at Terminals 4 through 7 at one dollar for twenty minutes with a maximum charge of seventeen dollars for twenty-four hours.

Long-term parking is available at the surface lot and garage is also one dollar for twenty minutes and thirteen dollars per twenty-four hour period.

The premium lot is outside of the baggage claim area and their rates start at two dollars for the first twenty minutes and one dollar for every twenty minutes afterward. The maximum charge to park for twenty –four hours is thirty dollars.

If you want to avoid airport traffic, there is a Park & Ride service that includes curbside baggage check-in. It is two dollars for the first hour and one dollar for every twenty minutes afterward. The maximum charge is only seven dollars for a twenty-four hour period.

Palm Tran, the county’s public transportation system is also accessible to the airport. Route maps can be found on Level One or call (561)841-4200 for more information. Rail service is also available at (800)874-7245. For taxi or limousine service, please visit the transportation desk at each end of the terminal building on Level One or call Palm Beach Transportation at (561)684-9900.

Another option is Go Airport shuttle that will take 3 or 4 passengers to or from the airport from different locations and therefore the fee is much less for each. The downside is that you don’t know what order you will be dropped off or picked up in so you may be last. Still if you have the time, the pricing works well for many people as a trade off. You can also use that service instead of leaving your car at Miami Airport Parking or Fort Lauderdale Airport Parking options because they also have a service at those South Florida airports as well.

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5 Comments so far

  1. Lillian D on November 17th, 2009

    Does anyone know if west palm beach airport is closer to boca raton or if it is closer to get to boca from the ft lauderdale airport? Also is the public transportation shuttle and bus better for the ft lauderdale airport than wpb?

  2. Josephine on November 21st, 2009

    I think boca is a little closer to fort lauderdale airport. Not sure about transportation but you can take tri-rail and a bus I think. My friend did that. Be sure when you call up for the shared ride shuttle service you tell them if you are going to fort lauderdale airport or going to west palm beach because they go to both places.

  3. Rennard on November 25th, 2009

    I am not sure if it at wpb airport but I know that today which is the worst travel day due to thanksgiving that ft lauderdale airport and miami airport had tons of delays because there was like non-stop raining for hours and flooding and tons of lightening. What a sad thing to not make it in time for the eve before thanksgiving.

  4. Jean on December 17th, 2009

    When you get the shared ride at fort lauderdale airport near southwest terminal it is right next to the taxi cab people so be sure that you go to the right place or you can end up paying 80 dollars to get home.

  5. Bryan on April 26th, 2011

    There is an offsite parking lot half a mile away from the termianl on the south west corner of congress ave and okeechobee Blvd called Park N Save. The Phone number is 561-340-5243.Great sevice, Fast and very friendly people.

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