ParkCloud has made a major step in its global expansion plans by adding car parks at more than 50 American airports to its network.
The deal, which opens up some 200 individual parking options to ParkCloud’s 1.2 million-strong customer base, is the company’s largest to-date, and firmly establishes ParkCloud beyond the borders of its traditional European base.
Park ‘N Fly, the US market leader in off-airport parking, opened its first parking lot nearly fifty years ago, in 1967. The collaboration between the companies is a two-way street, meaning that each will share its respective inventory, in order for both to grow into new markets.
The airports covered by the relationship include nine out of the top ten busiest in the States, such as New York’s JFK, Dallas Fort-Worth and LAX, alongside the world’s busiest by passenger numbers, Hartsfield-Jackson airport in Atlanta.
In Europe, Park ‘N Fly will benefit from access to more than 1,000 car parks across 30 countries through the cooperation with ParkCloud, bringing a distinctly international flavour to Park ‘N Fly’s affiliate network.
The transatlantic alliance will target each company’s existing marketing channels, whilst simultaneously allowing both to focus on new airlines and travel brands.