US off-airport parking operator Park ‘N Fly has added more than 100 self-park spaces at Nashville Airport to meet the growing demand for airport parking.

Using its largest off-airport parking garage in Nashville, the company offers its customers more options to park with these additional outdoor self-park spaces.

Park ‘N Fly, which launched its operations at the airport in 2014, offers a number of services including indoor valet, gated self-parking, door-to-door shuttle service, luggage assistance, frequent parker rewards programme and park ‘n shine auto detailing.

Park ‘N Fly CEO Tony Paalz said: “We are excited to be expanding the self-park area in Nashville to accommodate the growing population’s need for more parking as they travel out of town.”

“We are excited to be expanding the self-park area in Nashville to accommodate the growing population’s need for more parking as they travel out of town.”

Parking can be reserved online at pnf.com or the newly updated Park ‘N Fly mobile app, which lets customers reserve parking and scan in and out of the lot quickly.

Park ‘N Fly was established in 1967 as the first off-airport parking company specifically geared toward the business travellers.

The company was acquired by Dutch company BCD Group in 1988.

The company owns, leases, and manages 15 off-airport parking properties in 14 markets, in addition to operating a network for pre-booked parking for over 900 parking partners across the globe.

BCD consists of BCD Travel (global corporate travel management), Travix (online travel: CheapTickets, Vliegwinkel, BudgetAir, Flugladen and Vayama), Park ‘N Fly (off-airport parking) and Airtrade.