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High-flying growth plans for global airport parking platform

Global airport parking platform ParkVia is eyeing further expansion in the Middle East and other areas with growth potential with the launch of new value-added services.

The Manchester-based firm now offers extra features such as lost baggage cover up to £2,000 and fast track through passport control.

One-stop shop for travellers

And managing director Mark Pegler believes providing a wider spectrum of travel services will help the firm grow its presence in new and existing markets.

He said: “We want ParkVia to continue to be a one-stop shop for travellers, whether it’s booking airport parking or extra services to make the journey more enjoyable and less stressful.

“The launch of our new add-ons will help us broaden our offering to customers and in turn become an essential travel companion in all our key markets.

“The Middle East is one market in particular where we feel there is a huge amount of potential to grow our presence.

“We feel we can grow our customer base by combining some of our existing offerings such as our airport concierge service with the new baggage tracking and passport control fast track packages.

“Enhancing our premium services will help open up parts of the world where we couldn’t before, and we’re excited to see what the next 12 months brings.”

Global leader in airport parking

Founded in 2008, ParkVia has established itself as a global leader in airport parking, as well as added value services such as concierge and lounge access.

Earlier this year, it was acquired by CAVU, a global airport products and services provider founded by Manchester Airports Group.

The partnership allows CAVU to further grow what is already the largest inventory of airport parking worldwide.

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