The UK’s London Gatwick Airport has signed an agreement with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud.
The collaboration will enable passengers flying from Gatwick’s North and South terminals to reserve their parking through ParkCloud’s online network across a range of packages at the airport.
Under the agreement, the car parks will be accessible to ParkCloud’s 3.3 million users.
Car parks are equipped with CCTV that works around the clock and is in operation at all sites.
Short stay and premium car parks are near the terminal buildings, with long stay options.
Gatwick Airport commercial car parks and ancillaries senior product manager Denzil Dolan said: “As passenger numbers continue to rise, it is more pertinent than ever that we consolidate our efforts and extend our parking network for our growing customer base.
“As an established market leader in its field, we’re confident the collaboration with ParkCloud will yield positive results for both companies and of course, our shared customers.”
Furthermore, passengers can improve their travel experience by pre-booking security FastTrack and lounge passes for No1 Lounges to complement their parking reservation.
Travellers flying from the South terminal with British Airways, Wizz Air or Vueling can also reserve parking through ParkCloud’s airline partnerships.
Initially, Gatwick and ParkCloud signed an agreement last year to facilitate sales of parking in and around the airport through easyJet’s white label.