The agreement covers nearly 4,000 parking spaces over four pre-booked car parks including the airport’s competitively priced premium car parks that are within walking distance of the terminal.
ParkVia has finalised a new partnership with Port Lotniczy Wroclaw S.A. that will see the airport’s parking, fast-track and lounge products delivered across the global ParkVia network.
The deal will allow passengers flying from Wroclaw (WRO) to book ancillary services online at parkvia.com and surfaces the airport’s products to new customers across hundreds of partner sites including the Eastern European giant Wizz Air.
The agreement covers nearly 4,000 parking spaces over four pre-booked car parks including the airport’s competitively priced premium car parks that are within walking distance of the terminal. Also included are the WRO Executive Lounge and the airport’s fast-track service. Exposure to ParkVia’s 4m registered users supplements the airport’s existing online booking function for these services.
Crucially the deal will allow WRO products to be shown in-path across the ParkVia network of airlines and travel agents so customers can book parking at the same time as their flights.
Speaking about the collaboration, Sales and Marketing Director, Jaroslaw Sztucki, said: “We aim to deliver a seamless airport experience for our passengers and that starts before they book their flight. Bringing this new digital route-to-market online allows our passengers to book and pay for services on the platform and device of their choice. This year it is more important than ever to maximise passenger monetisation and we believe that ParkVia’s exciting ecommerce platform will help to this end.”
ParkVia’s Head of Strategic Accounts, Ilaria Vacca, said of the deal; “We are delighted to be working directly with Poland's friendliest airport. Wroclaw Nicolaus Copernicus Airport has an enviable record of growth and the new collaboration will enhance the airport experience for many passengers, presenting them with additional options to pre-plan more elements of their journeys.”
Wroclaw carparks and ancillary products go live on the ParkVia network as of October 2020.
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