Since opening its doors back in June 2009, Manchester Airport has seen the success of JetParks steadily increase.
The off site airport car park was built and is run by Manchester Airport and is dedicated to giving passengers cheaper holiday parking has been hugely popular with holiday makers wanting their money to go further.
The 30,000th person that recently came through the doors of JetParks 2 was Mr Andy Oakes who was heading to Edinburgh with his partner Sharon Foster
Online PR News – 15-December-2009 – – Mr Oakes received fast pass security tickets, a bottle of bubbly and his car parking in JetParks free the next time he travels through.
Upon hearing the news Mr Oakes said: “This was a great surprise, when I first heard I had won a prize for being the 30,000 JetParks customer I was convinced it was a wind up! We’re pleased we booked with JetParks we found it to be really cheap which you don’t normally associate with car parking and we would definitely book with them again.”
JetParks offers passengers another Manchester Airport parking option at the lowest cost, in a great location less than a mile away from the airport.
Passengers must pre-book and can do so via the booking hotline number or visiting www.JetParks.co.uk to find holiday parking prices starting at just £2.99 per day, saving them time and money. The service includes high frequency, free transfers to and from the airport site.
Andrew Harrison, Manchester Airport Commercial Director, said: “Manchester Airport is dedicated to providing passengers with a range of car parking options with prices to suit every budget. Although JetParks.co.uk is a new name for airport parking you can be assured that you are getting the service you would expect from our official Manchester airport car parking.”
Located on Thornley Lane there are free bus transfers to and from the three terminal buildings every 15 minutes operated by the official Manchester Airport transfer team. The car parks are manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week offering you a total piece of mind.
The website has been designed by KMP Digitata and provides passengers with the all of the latest airport information and news, it has a dedicated booking hotline for those who would prefer to book by phone, which is designed to make the process of booking a car park space as straight-forward as possible.
It’s been a good year all round for Manchester Airport after being named “airport of the year” at the prestigious Travel Trade Gazette Awards, the industry’s Oscars, where they beat London Luton, Southampton and Birmingham Airports to win the coveted top prize.
The award follows the unveiling of Manchester Airport’s £80 million redevelopment across Terminals 1 and 2 earlier this year including £25 million to transform security.
“We are extremely proud to have secured such a highly acclaimed award which is a real tribute to the efforts of the 19,000 people who work at Manchester Airport”, said Andrew Cornish, Manchester Airport’s Managing Director.
“Travel agents are this industry’s experts so to receive this recognition from them is praise indeed. The airport of the year award recognises everyone’s commitment to creating an unrivalled experience for our passengers across every aspect of their journey through the airport.”
This year saw a record number of entries to the Travel Trade Gazette awards, which were held last night at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, meaning competition for the top categories was tougher than ever before.
Airports were judged on their facilities, customer service standards, investment, innovation, travel trade relations, business strategy, environmental performance and commitment to their local communities.