The Airport Parking Shop Websites Announces an Updated Guide to Bristol Airport Services

To Cover the New Facilities, the Guide Covering the Bristol Airport Services by the Airport Parking Shop Website Has Been Updated and Relaunched

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(PRWEB) July 27, 2013

As part of their preparation for the busy summer season, the Airport Parking Shop website has announced the completion of the new and updated version of its online guide to the facilities available at the airport parking Bristol services. The site initially launched offering a booking service for this airport and since then has grown to cover many of the popular airports in the UK.

The existing guide was revamped for the summer season to include the changes that have occurred at the Bristol airport silver zone parking services over the years, since the first version of the guide was published. As the services at Bristol have grown to include additional long stay parking options, as well as the popular VIP valet parking services, the need for additional information to be added to the guide has grown.

With more and more people choosing to book their parking spot for their trip to the airport online, sites like the Airport Parking Shop have become increasingly in demand. As well as many people making their bookings online, a substantial number of visitors to the website have been those who then went on to contact the site with queries about the parking services available at their airport of departure.

While the website support team were happy to assist travellers by providing them with this information, they found themselves on the brink of being overworked and answering the same queries time and time again. This didn’t just apply to Bristol but the other parking services around the country at places like the parking at Manchester Airport provisions. It was out of that situation that the initial guide was born and now the new updated version, launched in time for the impending peak travel months of the year.

This updated guide for Bristol follows closely behind the recent addition of guides covering the new vehicle storage options now available at the Manchester airport parking terminal 1 facilities. The Manchester documentation includes explanations of the pick-up and drop-off services on offer as well as the popular JetParks long stay services.

In other related news, the booking service website has increased the capacity of its telephone hotline which is the second most popular way of making a reservation after the online system. Although this increase in the staff that are assigned the task of manning the telephones lines is understood to be temporary, in order to ease congestion over the busy summer months, it will enable the team to handle more calls and process more reservations than in previous years, especially with the number of passengers predicted to make use of airport parking services growing all the time.

While the online booking service has also been updated to handle additional requests and submissions, with many passengers still choosing to make their reservations in more traditional ways such as via the telephone, the company founder explained that the increase in telephone staff was an easy decision to make.

As the busy summer period gets underway, it seems at least one booking website is doing all it can to meet the increased demand of its services. To see what is on offer at this website, full details can be found at http://www.airportparkingshop.com/.