Airparks will now manage Glasgow, Newcastle, Gatwick and Manchester airport car parks. At some of these, Airparks will offer travellers a meet and greet service.
Operations director Paul Humphrey said: “The addition of these extra Airparks branded sites will ensure that even more travellers are able to experience a high quality, great value and stress free airport parking service.”
Meanwhile, the Q-Park at Heathrow will retain its name. It will also be serving the new Terminal 5 from March 31 2008.
The move follows Holiday Extras’ acquisition of BCP in October. Airparks will now manage 28,000 parking spaces at nine UK airports.
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