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Research undertaken by Which? Travel, shows that of the UK’s top 10 busiest airports, parking charges at Liverpool John Lennon Airport are amongst the lowest, only being beaten on price by London Luton Airport.
The Which? Travel research, undertaken in March 2013, looked at parking rates for one week’s parking in early June, with fees at one of the on-site car parks at JLA, which is just a short walk to the terminal building, costing just £26. This was the second lowest pre-booked car park fee from the research carried out.
Sammy Patel, Commercial Manager for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, “We are naturally delighted the comprehensive Which? Travel research has once again highlighted Liverpool as having one of the UK’s best value for money onsite airport car parks. We know our customers have a clear choice to make when choosing which airport they want to fly from, by making sure our parking is not only safe and secure, but offers great value for money; we hope it gives them another great reason to choose Liverpool as a departure point.
“The key to these best parking deals as they are for booking a flight, is to book in advance on line on the airport’s website www.liverpoolairport.com. Unlike some airports or other car park operators, these great deals are available for our on-site car parks which are within walking distance to the terminal, so there is no inconvenience of having to wait for a shuttle bus from a remote car park.”
In addition to the convenience benefits of being on-airport, all car parks at the Airport have been given the Park Mark Award for Safer Parking. This is awarded to parking facilities that have met the requirements of a risk assessment conducted by the police. All car parks are patrolled 24/7 and operate entry and exits points with Automatic Number Plate Recognition.
For the latest car park information and to make a parking booking at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, go to www.liverpoolairport.com.
The Which? Travel research is available on line at:http://www.which.co.uk/cars/driving/driving-advice/cheapest-airport-parking/
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