Stansted Airport chooses Inventive's Altitude for Parking Pre-Booking

Inventive are pleased to announce the successful launch of their latest airport parking booking website for London Stansted airport

'London Stansted processes a large volume of parking transactions through multiple sales channels' said Inventive's CEO John Charnock 'The high volume of concurrent website users and bookings really illustrates the scalability and flexibility of the Altitude reservation system and eComm content management solution'.

Inventive currently work in partnership with 16 International airports, helping to increase parking revenue and distribution opportunities. The Altitude Reservation system also provides direct distribution connections through most consolidator sales channels out of the box, along with direct integration with airlines including Jet2 and Ryanair.

London Stansted Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the UK, supporting 17.5 million passengers a year with over 25,000 parking spaces.

Inventive's Altitude was launched in March 2011 at Liverpool, Durham and Doncaster Airports. During this time they have seen a 15% year on year increase in revenue and a 10% increase in customers upgrading.

To find out more or to organise a demonstration please get in touch on +44 (0)845 867 7641.

 About Inventive ITInventive IT

Inventive IT specialise in pre-book and ecommerce solutions for airports. Altitude Parking Reservation system was launched in March 2011 and is now used by 8 airports in the UK and Europe.

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