If you are planning a travel by air, after booking your flight you need to get to the airport. For most people, this task is most conveniently done by driving your car to the airport parking Sydney . This also means that you have to leave your car at an airport parking lot the length of your journey. You probably have researched about airport parking services and came across terms like short stay, long stay, valet parking, etc. here we will explain what all of these terms mean and what services are covered by each one.
The three main types of parking are short, medium and long stay parking. Short and medium stay parking offer almost the same services with the difference being the distance that your car is parked from the airport. Short stay offers closer parking spot connected with the terminal with walk paths. Both short and medium stay are located “on airport” which means that the parking lots are in the boundaries of the airport and within a walking distance from the terminals.
Long stay parking is the furthest away from the terminals and it also may be located outside of the airport boundaries. The transfer from your car to the terminal is usually done with a shuttle bus. Short and medium stay parking is the most expensive mainly because it’s convenience of the walking distance to the terminal, and long stay is the cheapest but it will take longer to get to the terminal.
The common misconception about these types of parking is that people often think that you have to use short stay parking for short travels of a few days and vice versa. Even if you are traveling for the weekend, most parking companies will be willing to offer you the long stay which is the most budget friendly option available.
All of these services may be self-parking or meet and greet parking. Self-parking means that you park your car yourself at the reserved place at the parking lot, whether short, medium or long stay. Then you keep your car keys and go to the terminal either by foot or by a free of charge shuttle bus that stop at a few stations before driving to the terminal.
After your trip, you return to your car via the same means of transport. Meet and greet, also called valet parking is more expensive and when you arrive at the airport you are met by a driver from the parking operator and he will take your car to a parking place usually further away from the airport. Since you will be leaving your car to a stranger it is best to do a research of the company about their reputation and insurance coverage. After your trip, you arrive at the Sydney airport car park and simply give a call to the company and your car will be delivered to you.
Airport Express Car Parking offer secure parking area for you. To know more about our services ring a bell at (02) 9700 77 78.