Paris-Beauvais Airport renews contract with ParkCloud

10 September 2018 (Last Updated September 10th, 2018 14:35)

Paris-Beauvais Airport in France has renewed its contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud, after a four-year partnership.

Paris-Beauvais Airport renews contract with ParkCloud
Beauvais airport in 2012. Credit: Валерий Дед.

Paris-Beauvais Airport in France has renewed its contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud, after a four-year partnership.

Under the renewed contract, ParkCloud will continue to provide its passengers with the option of pre-booking their parking at all three on-site car parks.

The airport offers two short-term car parks, P1 and P2, for its 3.6 million annual passengers. Both facilities are fully secure and open air with CCTV in operation at all times.

“Parking is a necessity for many travellers flying out of Paris-Beauvais, so pre-booking parking alongside their flight and other travel extras presents a convenient one-stop solution for travellers.”

Located close to the terminal buildings, the P4 parking facility provides a cost-effective long-stay option for passengers flying from the airport for extended periods.

ParkCloud managing director Mark Pegler said: “With direct road networks connecting the airport to the city of Paris, parking is a necessity for many travellers flying out of Paris-Beauvais, so pre-booking parking alongside their flight and other travel extras presents a convenient one-stop solution for travellers.

“It’s our experience that airports are increasingly looking to address this consumer need to pre-plan and manage the journey process effectively; therefore it’s great to continue building upon partnerships with airports such as Paris-Beauvais to deliver just that for our shared customer-base.”

ParkCloud will utilise its existing database of over three million registered users and existing partnerships with Blue Air, Wizz Air and Ryanair to continue marketing its parking reservation options directly to airport passengers.

ParkCloud currently has official car park contracts with Lyon–Saint Exupéry, Nice Côte d’Azur and Paris-Beauvais, three of France’s busiest airports.