The ParkinGO boom in Germany goes on: after the openings in Leipzig, Hamburg, Cologne and Dusseldorf, now Munich (MUC) becomes the new entry in the ParkinGO network with two new car parks.
The facilities have already been operative in the area and remain important reference points for Munich Airport mobility.
Munich Airport is a hub for Lufthansa airlines, part of the Star Alliance group. It is the second busiest airport in Germany and the seventh in Europe, handling over 47 million passengers a year. The airport features two passenger terminals with an additional midfield terminal, two runways as well as extensive cargo and maintenance facilities.
As with all ParkinGO locations, at ParkinGO Munich you will also find the highest quality standards, highly trained and qualified staff and a wide range of complementary services, as is the ParkinGO trademark. As is usual with ParkinGO facilities, the safety of clients and their vehicles is an absolute priority also in Munich: video surveillance systems and security staff guard the structure 24 hours a day. Free shuttle service from/to the airport is fully air-conditioned, making the trip more comfortable and enjoyable and always available for both terminals T1 and T2.
ParkinGO Parkadler and ParkinGO Park Drive Fly provide over 1000 parking spaces and a wide range of services for passengers leaving from Munich Airport.
Below you can see the locations of the new ParkinGO facilities at Munich Airport. ParkinGO staff speak both German and English:
ParkinGO Parkadler GmbH
85356 Freising (FS)
ParkinGO PARK DRIVE FLY
Am Isarkanal 2
85462 Eitting (Eitting)
ParkinGO Group is a service company focused on mobility with 80 active car parks in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Czech republic, Slovakia and Portugal. Nowadays a leader in the off-airport car park market.
ParkinGO, was founded in June 1995 to satisfy the growing demand for parking space near Milan Malpensa airport, and soon became the first car park network servicing everyone who wishes to drive to the airport using their own car.
For more information go to www.parkingo.com