ParkCloud to host online reservation services for Palermo Airport

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Online parking reservation firm ParkCloud has strengthened its presence in Italy with a new on-site parking partnership with Falcone Borsellino Airport in Palermo, Sicily.

The newly agreed contract will enable ParkCloud to offer its three million registered users the option of reserving their parking at two of Palermo Airport’s on-site parking facilities.

Drivers parking at the P1 and P2 car parks will now be able to streamline their travel itineraries, which in turn will enable Palermo Airport to better manage demand, as well as benefit from an additional booking stream.

Both car parks are open air, securely monitored and situated directly in front of the terminal building, providing passengers with an accessible route to check-in.

ParkCloud’s success across the Italian airport market has been particularly notable over the last 12 months, with its renewed partnership with Turin Airport and landmark deal with SEA Milan Airports bolstering its inventory of 28 Italian airports.

Dr Valentina Moize, commercial director, ParkCloud, said, “It’s important for us as a B2C platform that we continue to expand our network and make further locations available for our customers. Adding popular tourist airports such as Palermo to our inventory enables us to do just that, giving our customers additional options and a more tailored booking experience.

“The Italian market has long embraced pre-bookable parking, and as customers continue to demand a more fluid travel experience we see great potential to further develop services collaboratively with our partner operators in Italy.”

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