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ParkCloud adds two Greek airports to online global parking network

Online parking reservation provider ParkCloud has started offering its services at Thessaloniki Airport and Kavala Airport in Greece.
Travellers flying from Thessaloniki Airport can now reserve their parking through ParkCloud across a number of the airport’s parking products.ParkCloud managing director Mark Pegler said: “Southern Europe has always been a strong market for us, with demand for reserved parking in countries such as Italy and Spain increasing year-on-year.As demand across Greece also gains pace, it’s an exciting time to be establishing partnerships with like-minded operators and expanding our network throughout the country.”
ParkCloud is offering long-stay options P6, P7 and P8 comprising 750, 450 and 399 parking spaces respectively, at Thessaloniki Airport. It will give passengers numerous choices when pre-booking the parking option at the airport that best suits their travel needs.
To improve security, each car park is CCTV operated and is open round the clock. The parking space is conveniently situated just a short walk from the terminal building.Apart from this, travellers flying from Kavala Airport can reserve a parking lot at the airport’s P1 car park through ParkCloud’s global database.
Located adjacent to the terminal, P1 provides enough spaces to park 197 cars.At present, Kavala Airport is spending nearly €10m to expand and upgrade its existing terminal. The airport will deploy a modern baggage handling system to improve capacity for passenger intake.Both the airports have joined Heraklion Airport as part of ParkCloud’s official Greek airport partner network.

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