Lodz Airport praises ongoing parking partnership with ParkVia

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Airport parking aggregator ParkVia has strengthened its partnership with Poland’s Lodz Airport following a successful six-year collaboration over its online parking systems.

Having worked on the marketing and online distribution of the airport’s parking products since 2013, ParkVia was commissioned in 2015 to build and deploy the airport’s own pre-booking engine, which has created a streamlined reservation process for customers looking for parking online.

Effective collaboration between the two companies has seen impressive growth in booking numbers over the six-year term, underlining the increasing customer appetite for reserved parking options online.

Passengers are able to park within the grounds of the airport, close to the terminal building, in a ring-fenced area with an entry barrier. The car park is open daily during the airport operating hours and is monitored around-the-clock via CCTV.

Robert Makowski, head of route and business development at Lodz Airport, said, “With 31 European capitals within the range of regional flights from Lodz Airport, the potential to capture passenger interest in pre-bookable parking is vast, which is why effective marketing is essential.

“As the airport remains in a phase of intensive development, it’s important that we continue to build upon partnerships that assist us in delivering a more comprehensive journey experience for our passengers,” he said. “We’re delighted to be pushing forward with our joint collaboration with ParkVia and look forward to another successful year.”

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