Off-airport parking rates are often a fraction of the charges at on-airport lots.
Suffield, CT (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
In the Orbitz Insider Index by Orbitz.com it is stated that the most-affected airports over the Thanksgiving break are thought to be Orlando International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
With many more passengers than usual flying out of MCO, ORD and LAX, one of the services that may well be stretched is airport parking as demand increases. Travelers might like to look at alternatives to on-site parking to make sure their needs are met this holiday.
There is a huge selection of off-site parking close to all three of these airports, as well as many other major hubs that are likely to see increased demand over the coming weeks, such as the three main New York hubs, JFK, EWR and LGA. One advantage of using this parking for these airports is that travelers can reserve their space online before they are due to travel, guaranteeing their parking when they need it. Furthermore off-airport parking rates are often a fraction of the charges of on-airport lots.
Free airport shuttles are also provided to take travelers from the off-site lots to the airport terminal in time for their flight. As demand for flights increases over the next couple of weeks as people start to make the Thanksgiving getaway, taking precautions such as this could well be a smart move if you’re due to use a busy airport.
More information about off-airport parking can be found at http://www.airportparkingreservations.com
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