Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta – the world’s busiest airport with over 96 million passengers a year, Atlanta airport are one of the most recent airports to introduce online parking reservations.
You can now pay in advance for both their domestic and hourly international parking lots. With a strapline “Why circle the lot reserve your spot” many US passengers are now doing just that.Find out more
Heathrow Airport – Heathrow’s reputation for excellence is well known in the airport industry as well as by their 73 million passengers a year.
The best customer experience starts from the moment the customer books online with close attention being paid to delivering exactly what the customer wants, convenience and choice. Fully integrated with Heathrow Rewards, parking customers can expect to be recognised and rewarded for their loyalty.Find out more
Toronto Pearson – Canada’s largest airport with 38 million passengers a year is the latest Canadian airport to introduce online booking.
With a myriad of parking options you can book online at their terminal Parkcades as well as their remote value lots and garages. Following the huge success of the online booking the service has now been extended to their station parking.Find out more
Bristol Airport – one of the UK’s fastest growing regional airports Bristol serves 6 million passengers annually and has over 14,000 parking spaces.
Bristol is long standing Chauntry customer and a master at yield pricing, upselling and generally “sweating the assets” of a reservation system.
Over 90% of their parking customers booking now book online and independent reviews rate the customer satisfaction level for their parking at 94%.Find out more
Edmonton Airport – one of the Canada’s largest regional airports Edmonton serves some 8 million passengers a year.
Dynamic and Entrepreneurial in their approach, they were the first airport in North America to introduce online reservations. Edmonton continues to push boundaries – recently introducing online check at remote car parks to give the best possible customer service from the moment the passenger arrives at the airport.
They recently extended the Chauntry customer registration facility to capture details of their premium wi-fi customers and their Rewards customers as well as their parking customers. They are already seeing the benefits of this joined up approach to marketing in increased revenue per passenger.Find out more
Montreal Airport – with over 14 million passengers a year, until 2014 those passengers could not reserve a space online.
Since the introduction of the Chauntry Parkspace system Montreal Airport have not only seen a very significant increase in their parking revenues but they have seen an equally impressive increase in customer satisfaction for the parking.Find out more
Perth Airport – Following the installation of state of the art parking equipment, Perth decided the time was right to launch the online reservation service.
Serving a large mining community the profile and pattern of their passengers and their parking is different to the norm.
Making full use of the Chauntry Parkspace tool Perth have created an extensive range of parking options to best serve their local community.Find out more
Providers of both airport parking and hotels, APH is consistently voted the UK’s best parking company by the travel trade and the public alike.
Using their Chauntry booking engine, APH is able to dynamically package their parking with an overnight airport hotel. This not only provides passengers with the most convenient service, particularly for early morning or late evening flights, but it is also generating significant incremental revenues for the hotels.Find out more
Hamilton Airport in New Zealand has shown smaller airports can benefit too from online reservations.
With just under 300,000 passengers a year Hamilton identified some years ago that their local community wanted the convenience and peace of mind from booking their parking online.
Responding to the demand Hamilton approach Chauntry and implemented the Chauntry Parkspace system already used by a significant section of the Australian and new Zealand travelling public.Find out more