Signature service: Boston Airport valet parking
Staff Size: 25?50 people
Average Duration of Services: 30 Minutes or Less
Brands Used: Thrifty Valet Parking
Pro Tip: Arrive at Thrifty Valet Parking 20 minutes before you plan on being at the airport.
How is your approach different than that of other professionals in your field?
Our Valet Airport Parking Service is enjoyed by thousands of travelers each month. In the winter, you get off our 24-hour, seven-day-a-week shuttle to and from Boston Logan terminals (a five minute ride) to your car up front, warmed up, and snow removed. In the summer, enjoy coming back to your car up front and air conditioner on. Upon arrival to our facility, your receipt is on your dash, so no waiting; you just hop in your car and go.
What's one tip for first-time customers that will make them feel like regulars?
Upon arrival to the Valet Airport Parking lot, leave your keys in the car, and have your license plate ready for the counter to process your claim ticket for easy return. Business and leisure frequent travelers return over and over again.
What aspect of your job, or the services you offer, most often surprises people?
People are often surprised and delighted at the optional services we can offer while they are away. We have a full detail service on site and a car wash. We offer an exterior car wash, interior detail, exterior detail, or a complete detail package and have your car looking good upon your arrival. Our bus drivers even assist with luggage.
Park Shuttle & Fly has been a reliable and convenient parking alternative at Logan Airport for more than 35 years. Located near the terminals with free shuttles orbiting the airport, Park Shuttle & Fly promises a quick way for visitors to leave their cars and catch a flight. Customers pull up to the window and tell the operator when they can return, drop off their car, and then catch a shuttle ride to their terminal. When they land back in Boston, they call Park Shuttle & Fly, who sends a shuttle to pick them up and reunite them with their vehicle. Meanwhile, cars are secured and safe while travelers are away, meaning they aren't in danger of being tampered with or getting into illegal craps games with their window dice.
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For more than 20 years, Propark America has been providing parking spaces at more than 400 locations across the country. Propark's self-serve and full-service airport parking facilities store autos during journeys and allow customers to check the status of their flights with real-time flight-schedule screens. Partnering with hotels, restaurants, and entertainment and sports venues, Propark also offers prompt and courteous valet services—often hiring college track athletes for their dependable, disciplined, and speedy legs—and supplying drivers with safe car storage should football-touchdown dances get entirely out of hand.
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