Birmingham and Luton airports have installed electric vehicle (EV) charging points in their car parks.
Drivers will be able to use those charging stations for free which means that when they return from their trip they will find their vehicles fully charged.
The airports agreed a deal with parking firm Airpark and manufacturer POD Point to install the technologies.
The project is also expected to help reduce the carbon footprints of both airports.
Erik Fairbain, CEO of POD said: “This is a move that simply makes sense for all parties.
“It not only gives EV drivers a clear destination of choice for knowing their car will be secure and well managed while away but also peace of mind of knowing that whatever time of the day they land back, their car is charged and ready to go.”