Azur Parking Announces Unlimited Parking Close to Nice Airport for a Fixed Annual Fee Including Free Airport Transfer

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Azur Parking offers a long term parking solution for owners of a holiday home on the French Riviera. In May 2009 Azur Parking will open its gates to a long term parking close to Nice airport. The fixed annual fee includes unlimited parking and free use of airport shuttle service.

For owners of a holiday home on the French Riviera, owning a French car often makes little financial sense. Limited and expensive parking spaces at Nice airport are the problem and there are no cheap alternatives. Now most people need to choose between taking a taxi and hiring a car, every single time they visit.

Azur Parking (http://www.azurparking.com) offers another option. In May 2009 it will open its first long term car parking close to Nice Airport. Clients will get unlimited parking including free airport transfer for a fixed annual fee. The appeal is obvious; clients can park for as long as they want without having to worry about increasing parking costs. Even though the parking isn't due to open in another two months, it is already possible to reserve a parking space online. Demand is high.

"Many owners of a holiday home on the Cote d Azur spend more money on taxi fare and car hire than on airfare," said Jack van Maas, the Dutch founder of Azur Parking. He came up with the idea because he experienced all the hassle and expenses himself. "Azur Parking offers parking including free airport transfer that will cost you less per month than a round trip taxi fare from Nice airport to for instance Cannes, Grass or Menton. We have already received a significant number of online enquiries. So, we decided to start taking online reservations before the official opening."

Contact: Jack van Maas, Azur Parking

Visit http://www.azurparking.com for more information. Azur Parking is a privately owned and commercially operated non-public car park.

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