We strive to offer travelers the best choices in airport parking no matter where they decided to depart. Parking facilities at new locations means we can reach a wider spectrum of travelers.
Suffield, Connecticut (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
Travelers will now be able to reserve parking near Grand Rapids, Michigan at Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR); Islip at Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP); Edmonton, Alberta Canada at Edmonton International Airport (YEG); and Calgary, Alberta Canada at Calgary International Airport (YYC). Each of these airports makes a significant addition to AirportParkingReservations.com’s current roster. GRR is the second largest airport in Michigan. ISP, while primarily serving the three million residents of Nassau and Suffolk counties, is also an Official Metro Airport. Along with LaGuardia, JFK and Newark airports, ISP serves those traveling to and from the Greater New York Metropolitan Area, particularly those who are trying to avoid the congestion of the former three. YEG is one of Canada’s largest airports in size, and its 5th busiest in passenger traffic. YYC is Canada’s 4th busiest.
“We are excited about these new airports,” says Business Development Manager, Philip Rodriguez, “We strive to offer travelers the best choices in airport parking no matter where they decided to depart. Parking facilities at new locations means we can reach a wider spectrum of travelers.”
Of the parking facilities recently added at these new airports, and airports already listed on AirportParkingReservations.com, more than half were parking lots offered through nearby hotels. These include Days Inn Phoenix Metrocenter, Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport, Courtyard Marriott Laguardia, and Four Points LAX.
“More and more airport hotels are learning about the benefits of offering airport parking,” says Rodriguez, “For travelers, it means a more convenient, affordable and safe parking option with free shuttle service to the airport terminal. This is particularly true around smaller airports where airport parking choices may be less abundant. For hotels, it means an easy way to earn more revenue through unused parking spaces.”
Rodriguez attributes the new additions in parking options to the recent strategy the company has taken toward actively reaching out to ideal business partners, including airport hotels. AirportParkingReservations.com currently lists over 545 parking facilities at 85 airports across the U.S. and Canada. Rodriguez, and other members of AirportParkingReservations.com’s executive team, anticipate that these numbers will continue to grow as this recent trend continues.
For more information on AirportParkingReservations.com, please contact Andy Maclean at andy(at)airportparkingreservations(dot)com.