Pre-book Ski Hire and Lift Passes -- Save Time and Money With APH

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Airport Parking and Hotels (APH), the long stay airport parking specialist, is offering skiers the chance to not only enjoy more time on the slopes but also save money when booking resort ski and snowboard hire, lift passes and airport parking. This year the savings on equipment hire take on another dimension as now many airlines have introduced or increased charges for carrying your own skis.

By visiting the Ski Extras section on, skiers can book ski equipment and lift passes in over 90 resorts including Europe, Canada and the USA.

Ski and Snowboard Hire - save up to 25%
Pre-book ski and snowboard equipment through APH and save up to 25% including discounts on exclusive packages. Simply order online and collect the equipment once you arrive at the resort, avoiding queues and allowing extra time on the slopes. Prices start from £34 per person for six day ski and boot rental.

Lift Passes - save up to 10%
Save up to 10% on all lift passes at all the top resorts in Europe, USA and Canada. Skiers can also take advantage of exclusive 2 for 1 offers, Kids Ski Free offers and multi-day discounts. Prices start from £76 per person for a six day adult pass.

Ski Resort Guides
Customers can plan where to head for the ski season and which resort will best suit their holiday through the resort guide on the website. With 27 resorts covered including details on the nightlife, flight time and the length of lift queues.

Airport Parking and Hotels Ltd (APH) has over 20 years' experience as a retailer of pre-booked airport parking. It offers parking at 18 UK airports, ports and Eurotunnel terminals plus airport hotels packaged with parking, airport lounges, travel insurance, car hire and holiday taxis.

To make a reservation please contact Airport Parking and Hotels on tel:
01342 733 0515 or visit

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For further press information, please contact:
Sarah Falkingham or Stefanie Douch, t: 020 7681 6272, e: sarah(at)


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