The attendants at Park2Fly at Newark Airport know that figuring out what to do with your car when heading out of town can be a source of frustration. Most public parking is short-term, tow trucks are always on the prowl for illegally parked cars, and daycares generally only accept cars that have been potty trained. The Park2Fly lot presents a solution to this conundrum of car ownership. Attendants keep watch over their flock of vehicles 24 hours a day while owners fly in and out of Newark Airport. Travelers simply pull into the lot and select an outdoor or indoor space on their own—or let a valet do it for no extra charge—and then wait a few minutes for the airport shuttle to arrive and whisk them off to the airport curb.
Park2Go.com’s friendly, uniformed staffers stand guard at their parking-lot posts 24 hours per day, keeping a safe watch over cars while their owners jet off to their destinations via Newark Liberty International Airport. Free shuttle vans arrive every 10 minutes to whisk travelers on the four-minute ride to the airport, picking them up and dropping them off right at their cars rather than making them search for a bus stop or hitch rides on another traveler’s rolling suitcase. While owners are away, cars remain secure throughout their stay, protected by surveillance cameras and a fence that surrounds the lot.
One of the newest lots to open outside of Newark airport, Newark Liberty Parking houses more than 1,500 self-park spaces less than a mile from the terminal. Shuttle buses—also known as land-planes—run to and from the airport every five to seven minutes, 365 days a year. Parking is based on 24-hour intervals, and long-term parking is available for extended trips. Frequent fliers may wish to take advantage of the frequent parkers program.
Located less than 1 mile from Newark Liberty International Airport's terminals, Park Plus Airport Parking shelters autos as their jet-powered brethren ferry passengers into and out of town. Drivers drop off their vehicles with sure-handed valet attendants, who carefully guide the steely steeds to secure parking spots with ample room for asphalt grazing. A complimentary 24-hour shuttle arrives at the lot regularly to transport flight-bound passengers and their luggage to the terminal in about two minutes. Upon return, customers can reclaim their rides by calling the phone number printed on their claim checks or warbling in tones that correspond to their cars' particular honks. Customers may also opt for Park Plus’s exclusive DropUp service, which features chauffeured rides to and from the airport in the comfort of their own cars. For an additional cost, a car-wash service primps and pampers vehicles while their owners are away.
Two miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, SNAP Indoor Parking Garage’s indoor parking garage sprawls across more than 230,000 square feet, overseen by licensed security personnel and more than 87 cameras. The garage’s team of white-gloved valet staffers steer vehicles deftly into their berths, saving drivers valuable seconds en route to the airport; 24-hour airport shuttles also speed travelers’ journeys more effectively than 400-horsepower rolling luggage. For ultra-streamlined entry and exit, frequent parkers can opt for the SNAP-pass, which lets them scan swiftly in and out while amassing loyalty points.
VIP Parking ushers vehicles in and out of its secure, fenced lot 24 hours a day to accommodate every type of travel itinerary. After checking in their roadster, travelers can hop aboard a free shuttle to the airport, which also collects them up upon their return. Patrol officers circle the lot’s perimeter to guard short-term and long-term parked autos, keeping intruders out and hungry Monster Trucks at bay.
Since 1936, Star Parking Newark has provided convenient spots to park across downtown Newark, putting drivers mere feet from the Prudential Center. Commuters can dodge the congestion on highway 21 to park near restaurants and the Center’s events, including New Jersey Devils' home games and the circus. Lots are open seven days a week starting at 7 a.m. on weekdays and noon on weekends, and multiple attendants remain on-site during events to ensure safety. Drivers can also reserve a spot in advance to make sure they don’t end up having to park in the living room of a nearby treehouse.