Car hire at Humberside Airport
Humberside has the best of everything the north of England has to offer with undulating hills, buzzing nightlife and great places of interest, there’s something for everyone. To appreciate everything Humberside has to offer one of the easiest ways of getting around is by hiring a car after flying into Humberside Airport. Skyscanner can help you find the best Humberside Airport car hire deal available.
Where to hire a car at Humberside Airport
If you wish to hire a car from the terminal at Humberside Airport then you can choose from Avis and Europcar, both of which have car hire desks situated within the arrivals area of the terminal building. If you don’t mind taking a shuttle to your car, Keddy and Budget Car Hire are both available nearby.
Petrol Stations near Humberside Airport
When you hire a car from Humberside Airport on a full to full fuelling policy you must ensure you refuel before returning your car in order to prevent further charges.
The nearest petrol station to Humberside Airport is BP Malthurst, 11km away and can be reached by heading northeast from the airport for 1km before turning left onto the A18 for 7km and taking the 2nd exit and the petrol station is on the left.
Driving around Humberside Airport
When leaving Humberside Airport you will be on the A18 which connects to the M62, M18, M1 and A1 with routes to all major destinations throughout Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire. You should expect to encounter some congestion during peak hours especially on approach to the cities in the area.
Hull is a city steeped in history dating back several hundred years and remnants are found in the city’s Museums Quarter. Hull Marina is an appealing place to visit with a range of trendy eateries with views of the water.
Humberside Airport is 22 miles from the city of Hull and can be reached by taking the A15 after following the A18 for 4.5 miles. Follow the A5 for 17 miles to Market Place in Kingston upon Hull and turn left towards the city centre.
There are two multi store car parks in Hull, one in Pryme Street and the other, Osborne Street offering parking for £3 for 24 hours. There are short stay car parks located at: Albion Street, History Centre and Lowgate. There are a number of long stay car parks such as those at Blanket Road, Francis Street, John Street and Waterhouse Lane.
York is a popular destination for families as an ancient city with fun historical and outdoor activities on offer. Its architecture is renowned the world over including the iconic York Minster and its cobbled streets make for very attractive shopping areas.
York is 57 miles from Humberside Airport and can be reached by following the A18 for 4.5 miles towards the A15. Follow the A15 for 49 miles and turn off for the A19 to York. Continue on the A19 for 3.5 miles into York city centre.
On street parking bays are available on a number of streets and these will cost £2 for one hour and £6 if parking for more than hours after 6pm.
Skegness has been a top British holiday resort for decades and offers Blue Flag beaches, the beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds and historic market towns. There’s something for everyone in the seaside resort of Skegness.
Skegness is 47 miles from Humberside Airport and can be reached by following the A18 to the A631 following the road for 42 miles to Grosvenor Road in Skegness.
There is plenty of free street parking in Skegness located throughout the town centre. There is also one underground car park with unlimited parking from £2 and multi-storey also with unlimited parking starting at £4.