Gatwick Airport Signs ParkCloud Up To Capture Larger Slice of Parking Market

European Online Parking Reservation Leader, ParkCloud, Has Entered into a Collaboration with the UK’s Second Largest Airport, London Gatwick (LGW)

Denzil Dolan, Senior Product Manager (Commercial Car Parks and Ancillaries) Gatwick Airport and Mark Pegler, MD ParkCloud.

A significant addition to its UK airport portfolio, ParkCloud is pleased to announce that passengers flying from Gatwick’s North and South terminals will now be able to reserve their parking through its extensive online network across a number of the airport’s parking products.

The car parks available to ParkCloud’s 3.3 million users include Premium Parking North, Long Stay North, Valet Parking North, Short Stay North, Summer Special North, Long Stay South, Short Stay South, and Valet Parking South.

All car parks are fully secure with 24-hour CCTV in operation across all sites. Short stay and premium car parks are closely situated near to the terminal buildings, with long stay options a short transfer via shuttle.

Additionally, customers will be able to bolster their travel experience by pre-booking security FastTrack and lounge passes for No1 Lounges, to complement their parking reservation.

London Gatwick passengers flying from the South terminal with British Airways, Wizz Air or Vueling will also be able to reserve parking via ParkCloud’s airline partnerships, allowing fluidity for the customer at every point of the booking journey.

Denzil Dolan, Senior Product Manager (Commercial Car Parks and Ancillaries) at Gatwick Airport, said: “As passenger numbers continue to rise, it is more pertinent than ever that we consolidate our efforts and extend our parking network for our growing customer base.

“As an established market leader in its field, we’re confident the collaboration with ParkCloud will yield positive results for both companies and of course, our shared customers.

The initial collaboration between Gatwick and ParkCloud dates back to summer 2017, when an agreement to facilitate sales of parking in and around Gatwick Airport through easyJet’s white label was established.

About ParkCloud 

ParkCloud, simply put, lets drivers book a parking space in advance, in the same way as it’s possible to do with hotel rooms, restaurant tables…and even a coffee these days.

When traveling, parking is usually the last thing on anybody’s mind, but research shows that as much as 20 minutes is wasted when searching for a parking space. ParkCloud aims to solve that problem by letting customers make a parking booking, whether they are getting on a plane, taking a cruise, catching a train, or visiting a city or event.

ParkCloud was founded in 2008 as an online parking reservation service and within the 10 years, we’ve been operating our success and growth has been rapid.

Today we are an award-winning, global provider, working with car park operators across 42 countries to include them on our comparison search engine, which aims to give consumers the most user-friendly, efficient service possible when they need it most.

This bookable parking network is also made available to travel industry partners to help complete the itineraries of passengers worldwide.

Winner of Queen’s Award for International Trade

For more information, visit http://www.parkcloud.com

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