airport parking

Airport Parking Monopoly

There has been a lot of hype in the media revolving around the cost of airport parking. You can pay a lot of money to leave your car at the airport for short or long term periods.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission revealed that airport parking contributes a massive 21% to the airport’s revenue. The ACCC findings also found that airports have a monopoly position.

Some travellers take advantage of the public transport system. If you are travelling on your own this is no big deal. However, your flight schedule will control you.

Other travellers prevail upon friends or family to get them to and from the airport. This usually involves the necessity to park on an hourly basis which is even more expensive.

So where can you find a Good Deal on Airport Parking?

There is a company that offers premium parking with 24 hour surveillance, offsite of the airport at a moderate rate. Don’t let the word offsite put you off.

A free airport shuttle service available. It runs from 5am to 11pm daily, and ensures that you get to your flight on time.

When you return you will be greeted at the terminal and you, your family and your luggage will be delivered back safely to your vehicle.

That doesn’t happen in the airport car park! No more payment and collection of a trolley to ferry heavy luggage to and from the car park, battling its sloping roads, weaving around cars and crossings just to get into the terminal.

And, whilst doing all this, how are you going to steer the trolley and control or possibly carry the children as well?

Obviously, you will need transport at your destination so why not take advantage of the great discounts and incentives you will receive and take care of all your vehicle needs with one company?

It saves on phone calls to be made for bookings, cuts down on the paperwork and keeps everything neat and tidy for the tax man.

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