Although there are no minimum or maximum lengths of stay at Dulles International Airport terminal parking lots, owners must register vehicles left for longer than 45 days at the parking office, explains the airport's official website. Those who want to pay hourly rates should park in the hourly lot on the right, and those who want to pay daily rates should park on the lot on the left. Customers can buy tickets at the Pay and Go machines.Continue Reading
Dulles International Airport has four types of parking available: valet parking, economy parking, garages and a cell phone lot. Disabled parking is available to vehicles with government-issued disabled plates in designated areas marked in the terminal, economy and garage lots, according to the airport's website. The airport tickets or tows any other vehicles that use the disabled spaces. The cell phone lot has free parking spaces for up to an hour for those waiting to pick up arriving travelers. Economy parking is the cheapest parking available for long stays.
As of 2016, customers using the economy parking can only pay daily rates, but the daily rates are less than double the price of the hourly rates for parking in the terminal lots. Flexpark allows regular flyers to pay for parking at the airport by the month, notes FlyDulles.com.Learn more about Driving Laws