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£600,000 investment to improve facilities at Bristol International
Bristol International is investing £600,000 in improving its customer car parking facilities ahead of the busy summer season. The project includes the resurfacing of 62,000 square metres in the Silver Zone car park, making it easier and more convenient for customers using this facility.
The reception building in the Silver Zone car park – the first experience of the airport for many passengers – will also be refurbished, as will the customer service and payment facility in the long stay area on the north side of the airport site.
An additional 84 spaces were also added to the Long Stay car park in February this year.
Prices have been frozen in recognition of reduced travel budgets and, in some cases, car parking tariffs are lower than in 2008. New products have also been introduced, including a cheaper, non-flexible long stay option and a priority area for those wanting to park as close as possible to the terminal. Prices currently start from £29 a week in the Silver Zone car park.
Car park customers booking online this summer will receive over £20 in discounts on refreshments and shopping at the airport.
Tom Hack, Commercial Manager for the Ground Transportation team at Bristol International Airport, said:
“Convenient, cost-effective and secure car parking can help get a holiday or business trip off to a good start. By investing over half a million pounds in improving our car parks, we hope to further enhance the airport experience for passengers, providing a parking product to suit all needs and budgets.”
A team of over 100 staff run the car park operation at Bristol International, covering a variety of customer-facing and back office functions.
All car parks at Bristol International have been awarded Park Mark Safer Parking status, providing peace of mind for passengers while on holiday or travelling on business.
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