Focusing initially on airports, it will enable ParkCloud to retail spaces across NCP’s airport car parks, with locations including London Heathrow, Birmingham and Edinburgh airports.
The partnership aims to make it even easier for consumers to travel to and from international airports and so spaces at NCP sites at Glasgow, Birmingham and Edinburgh airports will be the first to join the booking engine. Other options will also be made available at Heathrow – including NCP Heathrow Flightpath Flex Plus and NCP Heathrow Flightpath Weekend Special.
The intention is that the partnership will also include additional services at NCP sites with the inclusion of bookings for shuttle buses. There are also plans to add city centre NCP car parks in the coming months.
Max Crane-Robinson, NCP Commercial Director said: “NCP is committed to ensuring that its clients’ inventory is available through a broad range of parking retailers and is has become adept at managing the relevant channels on their behalf. As more consumers shift to online booking, a partnership that offers access to almost 2 million customers worldwide is the right move to make for consumers and for property owners looking to maximise the value of their assets by maximising occupancy.”
ParkCloud, founded in 2008, 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 travelling, parking is usually the last thing on anybody's mind, but research shows that as much as twenty minutes is wasted when searching for a parking space. ParkCloud's award-winning service 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. In 40 countries and counting!
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