When you're preparing to depart on a grand adventure from Miami International Airport, "where should I park?" should be the last thing on your mind. Thankfully, the folks at Florida Economy Parking have you covered. Within their secured lot, they offer both valet and self-parking options for travelers on the way to the terminals. However, the service doesn't stop there. Staff members here take care of drivers from curb to curb, handling luggage and offering speedy shuttle service to and from the airport. Cars also benefit; Florida Economy Parking offers environmentally friendly car washes and detailing services during their stay, as well as preventive maintenance such as oil changes and tire rotations.
Arow Auto Rental keeps its customers mobile and flashy with a fleet of new 2013-2014 cars for rent. The wide range of vehicles accommodates many needs and tastes: brand new standard and economy sedans
for the lone traveler, Ford Expedition SUVs and vans for families and large groups, and even exotic and luxury cars. The latter category comprises Lamborghini Aventadors, Corvette Stingrays, and Jaguar convertibles, perfect for drivers who like to cruise around in style or let the
wind comb the airplane peanuts out of their hair. To further accommodate customers, Arow offers pick-up and delivery options and can also provide car accessories
such as baby seats and GPS systems.
Miami International Airport served just over 40 million travelers in 2013—good enough for 12th place among U.S. airports. Excepting those passengers that commuted
by horse-drawn hovercraft, all those people mean one thing: idle cars in need of a place to stay. Arow Airport Parking steps up to the task with a secure lot directly across the street from the airport, where its attentive staff watch over vehicles while owners jet off to parts unknown. The lot remains open 7 days a week from 4 a.m. until 1 a.m., and sees that its customers get to and from the airport curb with a quick-and-easy airport shuttle.
Miami International Airport saw more than 44 million travelers in 2014—good enough for 12th place among US airports. Excepting those passengers who commuted by horse-drawn hovercraft, all those people mean one thing: idle cars in need of a place to stay. Park to Travel steps up to the task with a secure lot directly across the street from the airport, where an attentive staff watches over vehicles while owners jet off to parts unknown. The lot remains open 7 days a week from 4 a.m. until 1 a.m., and sees that its customers get to and from the airport curb with a quick-and-easy airport shuttle.
Located minutes from the departure gates at Miami International Airport, Park Go Fly USA MIA offers a fenced-in lot for cars and a convenient travel experience for drivers. Valet drivers take care of the parking while travelers hop on an on-demand shuttle that runs from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m., and carries them to the airport along with their luggage and travel encyclopedias. In addition to secure parking, Park Go Fly offers car washing and detailing services so travelers can return to a car as clean as the in-flight movie.
Travel can be stressful, especially if you have to fit your car in your luggage. Luckily, you can leave your vehicles at Premier Parking USA’s lots, located in cities from Seattle to Atlanta. Situated near airports and cruise ports, the locked and gated parking lots are patrolled by a security guard by night, keeping cars safe without strapping them into their spaces with seatbelts. Many lots include complimentary shuttle services to and from the nearby port or airport.