Chauntry solution a first for online booking provision at Prague Ruzyne Airport in Czech Republic

Prague Ruzyne Airport, the most important international airport in the Czech Republic and the second largest in Central and Eastern Europe has just introduced online booking for parking at the Airport.
Every year around 12 million passengers pass through this international airport, located at the northwest periphery of the capital city of the Czech Republic.
praha.jpgEmbracing the Cloud Computing service delivery provided by Chauntry Ltd, Prague Airport now takes advantage of leading edge technology that allows travellers to buy parking via the website, in both English and Czech, and receive a barcoded confirmation real-time. As Chauntry has fully integrated the solution with the local car park management system provided by Designa, this barcode is recognised at the barrier when presented by the customer, providing a seamless arrival and departure experience.

Customers benefit from a range of discounts on parking services offered by the Airport, including at least 5 % discount on standard prices for Parking C, the 3000 space indoor car park at the terminals. Prices are flexible and will depend on the the time of booking (the earlier the better) and the demand for the parking lot. The Airport also offers customers upgrades to facilities closer to the terminal when space is available.

As a next step, members of OK Plus, the Czech Airlines' frequent flyer program, will be able to collect reward miles for parking reservations and miles saved will also be spent on parking at the Airport.

For additional information please contact:

spiralcarpark.jpgJohn London - Business Development Manager Chauntry Corporation Ltd:

Ms. Michaela Lagronová   - Media Spokesperson Prague Airport - Prague Ruzyne Airport :  
nightimage.jpgTheresa Hughes, Chief Executive Officer of Chauntry , says Prague Ruzyne Airport wanted to offer their customers a   service that would not only save them time and offer flexible discounts on their standard parking rates, but enhance their service to include the loyalty program offered by their largest airline carrier and used by many of their passengers. Our business is committed to delivering a reliable and secure solution that enables our clients to achieve their core objective of booking parking online but we are always willing to push the boundaries of innovation by developing new capability when needed. We are very happy that we have had the opportunity to do this with Prague Airport and look forward seeing their online booking channel grow .

Bohumil Neumann, Business Affairs Manager of Prague Airport added, I am very glad that Prague Airport is the first airport in Central Europe to introduce the web as a sales channel for car parking. Chauntry has delivered an effective solution that provides our customers with the best service based on simplicity and speed of ordering, as well as on space guarantee and possibility of flexible pricing, 

      Chauntry is the worlds leading specialist in airport pre-booking systems and was founded in 1991. Chauntrys Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, Parkspace, is Level 1 PCI DSS accredited. This solution is used by airports across 4 continents.

      In 2010 Prague Ruzyne Airport handled 11.56 million passengers. Prague Airport won the 2009 best airport awards Eastern Europe in the World Airport Awards. 48 airlines connect Prague Ruzyne Airport directly to 128 destinations worldwid
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