Which Report on Airport Parking
|April 26, 2012||Posted by admin under Travel News|
The old saying “the early bird catches the worm” has never been so true when it comes to airport parking according to the latest survey on uk airport car parking by the consumer magazine Which published today 26 April 2012.
The research was carried out in March 2012 and compared thirteen airports in the uk and the prices on offer. The survey found that in some cases booking your airport parking in advance could be up to three times cheaper than just turning up on the day, which is what Parking4less has always endeavoured to do.
Which looked at various airport parking options including on site, off site and meet & greet services. They gave an example of the price difference of a standard weeks parking at Heathrow airport where they found that customers who booked their airport parking in advance would pay £66 per week but if they had just turned up at the airport on their day of travel they would have paid £120, which is nearly double.
The biggest contrast was found at Birmingham airport where it was discovered that if a customer booked their airport parking in advance for one week it would be £27.93 compared with £85 if a customer just turned up. That means the airport parking booked in advance would have been nearly three times cheaper.
The Which magazine research involved looking at the airport parking available at the following Uk airports, Belfast International, Birmingham airport, Bristol Airport, East Midlands Airport, Edinburgh airport, Glasgow International airport, Liverpool Airport, London Gatwick airport, London Heathrow airport, London Luton Airport, London Stansted airport, Manchester Airport and Newcastle airport.