Paris-Beauvais Airport has renewed its long-standing contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud following a four-year partnership.
ParkCloud will continue to offer its passengers the option of pre-booking their parking at all three of Beauvais’ on-site parking lots.
To cater for its 3.6 million annual passengers, Paris-Beauvais Airport has two short-term parking lots – P1 and P2 – which are both open air, CCTV operated and fully secure.
For travelers that are away for extended periods of time, P4 offers a long-stay alternative located just a short distance from the terminal buildings.
All parking options will continue to be directly marketed to airport passengers through ParkCloud’s existing database of more than three million registered users and alongside its existing partnerships with Blue Air, Wizz Air and Ryanair.
The renewal arrives on the back of Paris-Beauvais Airport’s decision to add P1 and P2 to ParkCloud’s global database, following strong booking numbers for P4 in its initial agreement.
Mark Pegler, managing director of ParkCloud, said, “With direct road networks connecting the airport to the city of Paris, parking is a necessity for many travelers 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 currently holds official parking lots contracts with French airports Lyon–Saint Exupéry, Nice Côte d’Azur and Paris-Beauvais.