Airparks proud to help British travellers get home after cloud chaos 

airparks no volcano charges

As British holidaymakers begin to arrive back in the country following the volcano disruption, Airparks, the UK's largest off-airport car parking provider, has been gearing up to ensure that the final leg of their journey runs as smoothly as possible. 

Airparks staff have been working extra hours to ensure that tired and stressed passengers are directed to their cars quickly and efficiently when they finally reach British soil. The company has also waived additional charges for those travellers who have had to extend their airport parking due to the volvanic ash cloud. 

Howard Dove, CEO of Airparks, said: "Everyone at Airparks is giving outstanding customer service during this unprecedented event. We've got a fantastic team here, fully prepared to get these people home." 

At the Gatwick Airparks site, 85 parties were checked out during the night and 20 parties checked in as the airport prepared to operate a normal service today in addition to rescue flights. All roadworks around the airport have been suspended over the next few days in preparation for a surge in customers.


Those with Airparks bookings affected by the disruption are advised to email or check for the most up to date information.

Published by Maxine Clarke on April 21, 2010

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