Travel — 11 March 2011
Pre-book your parking space at airports across Europe

Pre-book your parking space at airports across Europe.

www.skyparking.com, an online booking platform that lets you pre-book airport parking spaces, is now marketing parking spaces at airports outside of Germany.

Six airports in Austria and Norway joined the booking platform in February 2011, and parking spots at airports in Graz, Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Haugesund and Stavanger have all been added to the system.

Skyparking is a sales brand of the European parking operators APCOA and Europark.

“The offer to airport operators of marketing airport parking spaces over a neutral platform has finally created an adversary to the so-called off-airport vendors,” says Chris Pullen, managing director of the British subsidiary of APCOA.

Skyparking.com increases the travel comfort for their customers. “We also want to clear up the prejudice that parking places close to the terminals are expensive,” says Chris Pullen, referring to numerous special offers from airports.

Furthermore, booking via the Internet even offers free parking days in the airport car parks. Eight-day trips for example, are charged as one week at many airports represented on Skyparking.com. When booking with SKYPARKING, the eighth day is free!

APCOA is the leading European parking facility operator and, as a service provider, offers the complete parking package of services for proprietors. The APCOA group currently manages around 1.3 million parking spaces at over 5,700 locations in 18 countries. The European headquarters and the German subsidiary are located at the Stuttgart airport.

Image by The U.S. National Archives via Flickr.

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Richard Lee

Richard has been traveling since he took a year off from college, where he was doing a BA in Journalism. He traveled half the world, backpacking with his girlfriend (now his wife). They spent time in South America, Asia, Greece and much of Europe. After writing about his experiences for several airline and travel magazines, he never went back to college.

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