Airparks Gatwick offer easy access for disabled travellers
For many disabled holidaymakers, the prospect of travelling from airport car park to airport terminal is one fraught with difficultly and worry. Booking airport parking with Airparks ensures any such worries will disappear.
All buses at Airparks Gatwick are compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and are capable of accommodating wheelchair users. Assistance with luggage is also available from bus drivers, ensuring that the travel experience is as smooth and easy as possible.
Luke Quilter, brand manager at Airparks, said: "Airparks is always looking at the best ways to accommodate our customers, and the developments to become DDA compliant are just the latest in ensuring everyone can take advantage of our services."
Airparks currently provides secured airport car parking at a number of sites throughout the UK, each offering 24-hour reception, transfers from the car park to the airport and the highest possible levels of security including regular patrols and CCTV.
Published by: Michael Johnson
Published on: October 17, 2008
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