Curbside Valet Parking Rates

NOTICE: The new rate of $39 per day went into effect on May 11, 2023.

  • Day 1: $39 
  • Day 2 and subsequent: $10 per hour to a maximum of $39

All major credit cards and cash accepted.

Valet Vehicle Drop-Off

  • Curbside Vehicle Drop-Off:  Located on the Departures Level Curb in Departures Zone 3, is open between the hours of 4:00 AM and 10:00 PM.
    • The curbside drop-off location is only a few steps away from the Airport entrance, airline ticket counters and TSA PreCheck security entrance.
    • Pull up to the curbside drop-off and leave your car with our friendly, trained valet agents.
  • Alternative Vehicle Drop-Off: The Valet Service Center, located in the Terminal Lot, is open 24 hours a day for vehicle drop-offs at any time.
  • For the best deals reserve your parking space in advance!

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Valet Vehicle Pick Up

  • All vehicle pick ups will be provided at the Valet Service Center.
  • The Valet Service Center is open 24 hours a day and is located in the Terminal Lot, just a short walk outside the Baggage Claim Level.
  • Express Exit: Upon landing, text your valet ticket number to (703) 214-4455 and your vehicle will be waiting for you at the Valet Service Center.

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Optional Services

Want your car back looking even better than when you dropped it off. Add our Car Care service for a professional hand car wash and interior vacuum. Carwash and detail services are available while you are on your trip. See menu of options.

 Interior/Exterior Hand Wash - $35

 Interior/Exterior Hand Wash & Polish - $80



 Ask your valet or give us a call at 703-572-4544.

“The Airport and the operators do not assume any liability or responsibility for any personal articles left in the automobiles including but not limited to audio equipment, DVD players, GPS, cell phones or other readily accessible property. The customer assumes the risk of loss of any such property in consideration for the parking privileges granted by this license. Any claim for damages to the vehicles must be made before leaving premises.”

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