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Cardiff Airport unveils new car park configuration

Posted 4 April 2019 · Add Comment

Cardiff Airport opened its new car park configuration on 1st April 2019, as part of a series of improvements to the customer experience.



To simplify the booking and parking process for customers Cardiff Airport has re-configured its car park layout both on and offsite, re-named each car park and improved wayfinding with special assistance call points available throughout.

All existing drop-off and pick-up zones will remain in place.



Above:
Map of Cardiff Airport’s car parks, effective from 1st April 2019.

The Meet & Greet car park has also been extended to welcome more passengers. The service offers a more personal touch and features a number of benefits linked to taking the stress out of travel, customers simply drop off their keys and the vehicle is parked securely on site for the duration of the trip. There is a covered shelter with a special assistance call point, where customers can request assistance to and from the terminal.
 

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