San Diego International Airport (SAN) recently marked its first year offering pre-booking to travelers parking in Terminal 2 Parking Plaza, with more than 68,000 travelers reserving parking before leaving for the airport. San Diego International Airport was the first airport in the United States to offer travelers Chauntry’s Parkspace v. 18.
“Being able to reserve parking has made flying from San Diego International Airport more convenient than ever and local travelers have been quick to make pre-booking part of their regular travel routine,” said Theresa Hughes, Chief Executive Officer of Chauntry. “To have nearly 70,000 pre-booking transactions in the first year reflects extraordinary success, and that number will continue to grow.”
The Chauntry reservations platform allows travelers to reserve and pay for a space in several of SAN’s parking lots. After pre-booking the traveler is issued a barcode, which can be printed or sent to a smart device for use when entering and exiting the garage. Frequent travelers are also able to create a user account which includes personal and payment information, to provide a quicker and more convenient pre-booking experience when traveling in the future. The user interface allows quick and seamless integration into the Chauntry platform, and parkers can use it on any device.
Chauntry is the world’s leading provider of parking reservations systems. Founded in 1991, Chauntry pioneered the development of innovative parking reservations solutions, and today the company continues to lead the way with the introduction of valuable new parking reservations products and services. Chauntry’s Parkspace v. 18 is the world’s most advanced parking pre-booking platform. Chauntry can be found online at www.chauntry.com.
About San Diego International Airport
San Diego International Airport (SAN) offers nonstop services to 70 destinations in the continental U.S., Europe, Asia, Mexico and Canada. In operation since 1928, the airport is celebrating more than 90 years of service to the San Diego region. The airport has been managed by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority since 2003. The Airport Authority plans for and provides air transportation services to the region with safe, effective facilities that exceed customer expectations. For more, visit www.san.org.